Translating and Interpreting
for the Entertainment Industry
Seminar
Hilton Newark Gateway • Newark, New Jersey May 22-23, 2004

Sponsored by the American Translators Association and the New York Circle of Translators
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Gain insight and training from experts who are actively translating and interpreting for the Entertainment Industry; hear from an in-studio interpreter who interprets on-the-fly; learn the do's and don'ts of voiceover technique from the perspective of voice talent and directors of dubbing sessions; understand the art of interpreting for film and the performing arts; acquire the unique translation skills required for subtitling.

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Schedule for Saturday, May 22:

The American Translators Association will provide a full day of in-depth sessions, including a continental breakfast in the morning, a Job Marketplace, and a Networking Session following the final presentation. Continuing Education Credit: Earn 7 ATA Continuing Education Points. Sessions will also be submitted for CIMCE credit in the States of California and Washington.

7:30am Onsite Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:30am The Role of the Producer: The Nuts and Bolts of the Post-Production Business
Erick Derkatsch
10:45am The Voice-Over Business: How to Get the Job and How to Keep It
Guylaine Laperrière
12:45pm Lunch on your own
2:15pm Invisible in the Spotlight: Interpreting for Film and Performing Artists
Ellen Sowchek 
4:30pm

Translating and Subtitling the News
Jean-Luc Benayoun

5:30pm Networking Session

~ An ATA Professional Development Seminar ~

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Schedule for Sunday, May 23:

The New York Circle of Translators will provide a half day of in-depth sessions. Continuing Education Credit: Earn 4 ATA Continuing Education Points.

9:00am Onsite Registration
10:00am The Advertising Campaign: Challenges in Planning (Hispanic/Middle Eastern)
M. Heintz Montez
12:00pm How to Make a Demo for Voice-Over Work and What to do with It
Ed Zad

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