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Feb. 7th Industry Spotlight at Asian American Film Lab

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On Feb 7th, 2013, Asian American Film Lab had an  industry-spotlight event. Asian American Film Lab is a nonprofit that focuses on promoting diversity (racial and gender) in film and other media. The Industry Spotlight on the 7th focused on Caitlin Jones of  Liz Lewis Casting.  Ms. Jones came to this event to meet more actors of color and give them tip-up on the audition process. Ms. Jones casts for theatre, commercials, television, and film. She also teaches  acting classes . In an effort to increase diversity, Ms. Jones is currently giving actors who are members of Asian American Film Lab 10% discounts for her classes. Participants thoroughly enjoyed Ms. Jones at the Industry Spotlight. Here are some quotes from attendees.
"Most productive and most loving night for actors of all genres and levels. Incredible!" - Louis So, actor 

"Fun, productive, and informative industry event!" - Teresa Hui, actor 

"Caitlin was incredible and gave fantastic audition tips." - Angela Jeanneau, actor 

"It was a great experience; thank you so much for the opportunity to hone my audition skills." - Ryun Hobbs, actor!/screenwriter32

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