Join us for Coffee & Catchup this Saturday, October 6th, at Adeline's Lab in Berkeley! Our special host this weekend is Teresa Navarro!
Coffee & Catchup is the filmmaking connection hub, serving the Bay Area since 2014. We facilitate a safe space for actors and filmmakers to unite, discuss, and collaborate with others in the community.
The Coffee & Catchup weekly meetup is a free event, open to creators and thespians of all experience levels and union statuses.
Our topic of discussion this week will be "Diversity", what it is, and how we can incorporate diversity in our own storytelling and filmmaking.
Nestled in the heart of Berkeley, Adeline's Lab is a brand new location serving artists and local patrons. We have partnered with them to host and facilitate our group this year, opening new doors and opportunities.
10:30 am - Mix and Mingle
11:00 am - Discussion: Diversity: Making diverse work in the Bay Area
12:00 pm - Extended Networking
*PLEASE PLAN TO ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 11AM. There will be a greeter at the door to check you in. The discussion begins promptly at 11 am. If you are arriving late, please enter the space quietly and join the group.
Space is limited. Please RSVP to ensure your seat.
Questions? Drop us a line! email@example.com
ABOUT THE HOST
Teresa Navarro is an award-winning actress & producer. She was awarded the Humanitarian of the Year Award at the Equality International Film Festival in 2016 for her volunteer work and efforts in helping survivors of sexual abuse and human trafficking. In addition, she received an award for Best Actress at the 2016 Equality International Film Festival.
With her volunteer work and being an advocate, she hopes to utilize her position as producer to bring more equality, diversity, and awareness of social issues. Teresa is a producer on Martyrs & Marauders and works as a producer for Pixel Flick Entertainment.
She attended San Francisco State University, majoring in Broadcast Electronic Communication Arts. Her emphasis is on Business Aspects in Electronic Media. During her studies, one of her projects she packaged and pitched was based on Anti-Bullying.
Currently, she is working on several projects both in Los Angeles and in the SF Bay Area.