Women in Film has created a technology council to be chaired by Beth B. Kennedy, the former Los Angeles city film liaison under ex-Mayor Tom Bradley.
According to WIF board prexy Joan Hyler, the council will help members educate themselves on the numerous creative and business opportunities that are emerging as a result of interactive technologies.
The first meeting of the WIF technology council will be held Tuesday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Senior producer David Riordan is skedded to give a talk on “Interactive Entertainment: It’s All in the Software.” The session is co-sponsored by the Japan America Society, the Japan Business Assn. and Women in Film’s technology council.
Joining Kennedy on the council are: MaryAnn Halford, Edie Parker, Carolyn F. Strauss and Caron Weidner.