Welcome to NoMo Strugglin Enterainment's First public viewing of the pilot: "The Blue Marvel" This is the event you do not want to miss and it is Free!!!! Free!!!! Free!!! Come and hang out
Welcome to NoMo Strugglin Enterainment’s
First public viewing of the pilot:
“The Blue Marvel”
This is the event you do not want to miss and it is Free!!!! Free!!!! Free!!!
Come and hang out with the actors/actresses from “The Blue Marvel” series and many other industry professionals.
Schedule of Events:
6pm-7pm: Come and get your networking on with some of Cleveland’s hottest up and coming talent and filmakers from Cuyahoga County to Lake County.
7:10pm-8:15pm: Join us for our Film Making Workshop. Get the knowledge you have been looking for from some of Cleveland’s top names (talent/directors) in the local independent filmmaking scene. Guest Speakers include Johnny K Wu, Keith Collins, Bruno Tatalovic and many more!!
8:30pm- 9:20pm: Make your way over to the theater to preview 10 Trailers and 6 Short Films by some of Ohio’s and Kentucky’s up and coming filmmakers and talent.
9:30pm-10pm: Screen of “The Blue Marvel” (Please fill out the google survey form to help us better improve our product.
*PLEASE UNDERSTAND YOU WILL NEED YOUR TICKET TO ENTER THIS EVENT PAPER OR ON YOUR PHONE. THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS WHATSOEVER!!!! 200 PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE IS THE CUT OFF!
*DOORS WILL CLOSE BY 8:20 SO EVERYONE CAN ENJOY THE FILMS
*CONCESSION STAND MIGHT BE OPEN BUT IS NOT GUARANTEED!! (CHIPS AND DRINKS WILL BE AVAILABLE)
*DO NOT TAKE FOOD AND DRINKS INTO THE THEATER!!!
*ABSOLUTELY NO VIDEO RECORDING IN THE THEATER!!!
PLEASE ABIDE BY THESE RULES LAKELAND HAS OPENED UP ITS DOORS TO US, SO LETS NOT RUIN ANY FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES!
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!
Lakeland Community College7700 Clocktower Drive Founded in 1967, Lakeland Community College was the first college in Ohio created by a vote of the people. True to our mission, Lakeland provides quality learning opportunities to meet the social and economic needs of the community. Offering day, evening, weekend and online classes, the college serves more than 10,800 credit and 2,800 noncredit students (2016).