SOURCE: ProductionHUB


February 24, 2015 09:20 ET

ProductionHUB Launches: "How Not to Screw Up When You Crew Up" Panel

ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwired - Feb 24, 2015) - ProductionHUB, the pro video marketplace, announces its "How Not to Screw Up When You Crew Up" panel at the StarLite Film Festival Sun., March 1 at 3 p.m. at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden (160 Plant St.). Whether you work in production or need to create promotional videos for your business, learn some tips & tricks on hiring crew and vendors for your projects and making the most of your budget.

Industry pros featured on the StarLite Film Festival panel include (not listed in any particular order):

The StarLite Film Festival will be held on February 26 - March 1, 2015 at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden. This annual festival recognizes microbudget filmmaking and filmmakers. Visit for more information.

"Since we connect literally thousands of production professionals with clients and projects each day, we are in a unique position to moderate this panel for StarLite," says Katrina Deleon, Director of Marketing for ProductionHUB. "With this opportunity, we are honored to be able to support budding filmmakers from our community."

For tickets to attend the StarLite Film Festival and have the opportunity to meet the panel, visit There is no cost to attend the panel.

About ProductionHUB, Inc.
ProductionHUB is an online marketplace that connects professionals & businesses with content creators to make their projects come to life -- from production companies, post houses, and equipment vendors to crew, freelancers & everything in between.

Every day, thousands of production professionals of all levels gain new jobs, clients, and projects. ProductionHUB has grown to become the world's largest and most active production community search site, attracting more than 6 million searches annually.

About StarLite Film Festival
The StarLite Film Festival at the Garden Theatre is a one-of-a-kind juried exhibition for microbudget narrative features that take a closer look at untold stories, investigate fresh perspectives, and magnify unfamiliar faces by highlighting microbudget movies from around the world made for under $200,000 USD. In 2015, the festival expanded to include student short films, which must not exceed a budget of $10,000 USD, providing exposure for up-and-coming filmmakers. Visit for more information.

Contact Information

    Katrina Deleon
    (877) 629-4122