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Great news: the third installment of our speakers series, Midmorning Social, is set and ready to go. This time around we're presenting producer, filmmaker, and Baltimore native Corey Williams.
The date is set for 9 AM on Thursday, December 13 at the Creative Alliance's Marquee Lounge (3134 Eastern Ave).
Here's a bit more about Corey:
Corey Williams is a film producer who was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. Corey owns his own production company, Golden Tiger Productions, which was formed in 2007 for independent films. Corey has produced the drama "TORN" which was distributed by R-Squred Films in 2009. He wrote and produced the comedy "Can't Complain" in 2009, which won the 2010 Filmmaker Spotlight Award at the TOMI Film Festival in Dallas, Texas. Corey also produced the action film "Razorblade City," which was distributed by Maverick Entertainment in 2010.
His directorial debut is the 2012 documentary "The DMV Truth - Indie Film Artists" which features twenty individuals who are involved in all aspects of independent films in the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) area. The documentary premiered at the Landmark Theatre in Baltimore, Maryland on October 25, 2012. Besides feature films, Corey has produced short films like "Gathering Souls" and "Early Retirement".
If you're not familiar with Midmorning Social or our goals/purpose, here's the brief summary:
"Midmorning Social is a pretty simple idea at the core: let’s get Baltimore’s technology, arts/culture, and business leaders in front of an audience and task them with talking about where and how they find inspiration. Let’s do it in the AM over coffee. Let’s keep it short and sweet, and let’s send people off into their day with something to discuss and share with their colleagues.
Our goal is to make connections. Professional connections among the attendees, of course, but also connections among ideas. We think that by bringing people together to talk about process and inspiration we can help them improve their thinking and, as a result, their business."
The event is free and open to the public and you are cordially invited.