Houston Film Industry Meetup Group Celebrates 10 Years and 133 Gatherings

Screenwriter Norman Fitts and Event Manager Updates

Houston, Texas (May 12, 2016) – The Houston Film Industry Meetup reached several mile-markers this year, marking 10 years since it began April 24, 2006 with only about 50 movie makers in attendance at the a movie theater on Houston Community College Campus (located at Beltway 8 and I-10 West). The group is now comprised of over 4,100 active members in cinema, television and video production professionals and growing.

Motion picture writer Norman Ray Fitts has been hosting what he calls “The World’s Largest Film Production Meetup.” Norman says “We don’t just watch movies, we make them.”

This meet-up is for actors, equipment renters, directors, music scorers, hair and make-up pros, distributors, investors, producers, stunt coordinators, and other resource providers.

“I host the Meetup.com group website and an e-mail database to reach all members in order for the followers to be updated as needed on pending projects – all for free,” says Norman “It is amazing to see how our group has grown over the years.”

Meets: 2nd Tuesday of the Month Time: 7PM to 10PM Admittance Cost: Free Current location: Sherlock’s Baker Street Pub – 10001 Westheimer, Houston, Texas 77042 On-line group: http://www.meetup.com/filmind-254/ EBC Broadcast Audio Interview: http://tinyurl.com/normanfitts

This industry meetup includes child actors and their parents, which allows them to interact with leaders in entertainment who are also looking to collaborate or share information about their next production.


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