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Committees

Event: Scholarship BreakfastDate: 24 September 2015Venue: BBC AmericaBAFTA/Sam Pezzullo

The full list of BAFTA New York committees and their missions.

Finance Committee

Chair: Susan Margolin

MISSION: To maintain oversight of the Academy’s finances. Develop and administer appropriate and successful financial plans and procedures to ensure the present and future financial health of the Academy while operating within the framework of the BAFTA in New York Inc’s by-laws and overall mission statement.

Screening Committee

Chair: Lyn Familant
Vice Chair: Melinda Matlin

MISSION: To develop and manage an exciting and dynamic program of screenings throughout the year. Through the Screening committee, develop relationships with studios, distributors and PR companies to introduce BAFTA New York Members to the widest range of new studio and independent films, Q&As and film themed events.

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Educational Outreach

Chair: Linda Kahn
Vice Chair: Susan Margolin

MISSION: To work with schools and college groups to expand the role of BAFTA New York in the community. Activities include film screenings for community groups, managing the scholarship and mentoring programs for undergraduates in NYC area.

Children's Committee

Chair: Doug Schwalbe
Vice Chair: Jennifer Lupinacci

MISSION: The BAFTA Children's committee is dedicated to bringing outstanding British children's and youth programming to the United States with the aim of improving understanding between the two countries. It creates events to promote British audiovisual storytelling to young audiences in all forms; stop frame, traditional 2D and CG animation as well as live action in both television programs and feature films. From pre-school through the teenage years, the BAFTA children's committee works on expanding the footprint of British programming in the United States.

Social, Digital and Interactive Media

Chair: Susan Margolin
Vice-Chair: Patrick Connolly

MISSION: To create awareness of BAFTA New York and its screenings and events using social media. To educate the New York metro community and beyond about activities involving British Film and Television via web and social media. To produce educational events around the dynamic and quickly evolving Digital landscape for our membership and for the greater film and TV community.