Symposium 2010

FOR MUSEUM & MEDIA PROFESSIONALS

NEW IDEAS. NEW TOOLS. NO BOUNDARIES.

OCTOBER 26-28 at the DENVER MUSEUM of NATURE & SCIENCE

Registration opens June 1

From high-end large format and 3-D programming to exhibit installations and interactive media, museums and cultural institutions will present opportunities for collaboration with broadcasters and filmmakers.

Join the brightest minds in the industry for an inside look at advanced technologies and emerging trends in public media with provocative panels, immersive workshops and casual networking.

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Some people give me credit for being prescient with HD, CGI and 3-D. I tell them it is the JH Symposium that deserves the credit. I saw it all there first. —Steve Burns, Executive Vice President of Content, National Geographic Channel

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If scientific and cultural organizations like zoos and museums join forces with talented filmmakers and other media professionals, we will be able to extend our reach and touch our audiences in exciting new ways. —Dave Noel, Vice President of Operations, Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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I have yet to attend a JHWFF event without returning fully equipped with new ideas, projects and contacts. —Ellen Windemuth, CEO, Off the Fence Productions

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JHWFF continues to host premier gatherings of the best and the brightest in natural history filmmaking. It brings the creative community together to discuss best practices and brainstorm ways to innovate for the future. —Clark Bunting, President and General Manager of Discovery Channel & President of Science Channel




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