C3 presents a sneak peek at 'Fresh Off the Boat'

Visual Communications presents the Conference for Creative Content, Saturday, December 6

If you're in Los Angeles, don't miss this awesome early opportunity to see the TV show everybody's talking about... Visual Communications presents 2014 edition of the Conference for Creative Content (C3).

This year, the focus is on the first Asian American network television show in twenty years, ABC's Fresh Off the Boat. They'll be screening the pilot episode, and hosting a panel discussion with the cast and crew, moderated by Amy Hill. It's happening Saturday, December 6 at the David Henry Hwang Theatre in Little Tokyo.

Here are some more details about C3:

C3: The Conference for Creative Content presents FRESH OFF THE BOAT

C3: The Conference for Creative Content, presented by Visual Communications, is a one-of-a-kind conference bringing Asian American content creators breaking new ground in entertainment media.

On Saturday, December 6, we are proud to present FRESH OFF THE BOAT, based off the memoirs of celebrity chef & television personality Eddie Huang. Come watch the pilot episode and have a one-on-one discussion with the cast, creators, and producers.

Furthermore, we are extremely excited to have Amy Hill moderating the panel, who will bring intelligent insight and experience to the conversation from her time starring in ALL-AMERICAN GIRL.

What: C3: The Conference for Creative Content
Where: David Henry Hwang Theatre
When: Saturday, December 6th @ 2PM

$20 VC Members, Students
$25 Non-Members

BECOME A VC MEMBER! Space is limited, sign up early.

Following the event, there will be a C3 Reception at THE FAR BAR, 347 E. First Street, LA CA 90012

This is going to be a pretty cool event, made even more special by the fact that Fresh Off the Boat's showrunner Nahnatchka Khan and executive producer Melvin Mar first met while participating on a C3 panel back in 2012. So in a way, things have come full circle. For further information about the event, and to register for the conference, head over to the Visual Communications website.

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