AD FED (Advertising Federation of Greater Miami) Vivian Borrazas Alvarez
AdFed of Greater Miami
3876 SW 112 Avenue, #307
Miami, FL 33165
Tel: (305) 552-8111
Fax: (305) 552-8111 email@example.com
Web Address: www.adfedmiami.com
Description: The AdFed of Greater Miami, which created the ADDY's in 1961, is an organization of more than 300 advertising executives, media and production professionals whose mission is to position Miami as the marketing capital, educate, provide legislative representation and assist in leading members through the changes in the industry.
AICP (Association of Independent Commercial Producers) Florida Chapter 1655 Drexel Avenue, #203
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: (305) 538-2622
Fax: (305) 538-2462
CONTACT: MASSIMO MARTINOTTI
Description: AICP Florida represents exclusively, the interests of Florida companies that specialize in producing commercials on various media - film, video, computer - for advertisers and agencies. AICP members are commercial production companies (General Members) and knowledgeable, reliable suppliers (Associate Members) that the industry depends on for state of the art equipment; sophisticated information; and services focused on production needs
Black Business Association
John Dixon, Jr., Executive Director
Web Address: None
Description: Serves as a source for information, advocacy, strategic direction and networking to broaden the base of Black business in South Florida.
Central Florida Musicians’ Association
Mike Avila, President
Description: The AFM represents 110,000 professional musicians throughout the United States and Canada, including featured and non-featured recording musicians.
Ed Stamm, President
Phone: (954) 322-4545
Phone: (863) 519-0534
Fax: (863) 533-8202
665 Shanklin Ave
Bartow FL 33830
Web Address: www.filmflorida.org
Description: Film Florida, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation that provides a leadership role in Florida’s film and entertainment production industries by representing a coalition of interests, including private industry, industry associations, labor organizations and local film commissions. Its purpose is to offer to business and individuals the benefits of a statewide trade association, to promote the creation of jobs in the film and entertainment production industries, and to promote economic development and tourism.
Florida Attractions Association
Mike Donaldson, Manager, Member Services
Web Address: www.Floridaattractions.com
Description: FAA is a Trade association, which promotes and advances the interests of the Florida attraction industry.
IndieClub South Florida 14809 SW 84 TER Miami, FL 33193
Contact: Jose Jacho,
South Florida Group Director
Web Address: http://www.IndieClub.com
Description: IndieClub South Florida is a comprehensive networking group designed for local filmmakers. Offering many free services tailored to the needs of the South Florida filmmaker, its mission is to help unite the local film community, assisting and promoting the growth of both the individual filmmaker and the community as a whole.
International Advertising Association- Florida Chapter
Muriel Sommers, Executive Director
Web Address: www.iaaglobal.org
Description : The International Advertising Association is a one-of-a-kind strategic partnership which champions the common interests of all the disciplines across the full spectrum of marketing communications - from advertisers to media companies to agencies to direct marketing firms - as well as individual practitioners.
NALIP – National Association of Latin Independent Producers Javier Mitchell
Nalip Miami President
Phone: (305) 220-4869
Address:571 NW 98 Ct.
Miami, FL 33172
Web Address: http://www.nalip.org/miami/index.htm
Description: Membership organization made up of over 500 filmmakers nationwide that works to address the professional needs of Latino/Latina independent producers.
National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences
Neil Crilly, Executive Director
Web address: www.grammy.com
Description: Established in 1957, the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc., also known as the Recording Academy, is dedicated to improving the quality of life and cultural condition for music and its makers. An organization of 20,000 musicians, producers and other recording professionals, the Recording Academy is internationally known for the GRAMMY Awards, and is responsible for numerous groundbreaking outreach, professional development, cultural enrichment, education and human services programs.
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences – Suncoast Chapter
Karla MacDonald, Suncoast Chapter Administrator
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Address : http://suncoast.emmyonline.org/
Description: We are a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to excellence in television, known for annual EMMY AWARDS.
Women of the Motion Picture Industry
Noreen Legault-Mendoza, President
E-mail: Wompisf@hotmail.com or Wompisf@prodigy.com
Web Address: None
Description: Made up of professional women, working in every aspect of the film, TV, video and recording industry. This 48 years old organization does charity work for our Dade County communities.