Forest Creatures Foundation is a public charity with nonprofit status recognized by the IRS. The objective of Forest Creatures Foundation is to support an interface of independent media with the established media and entertainment industries as this relates to the Foundation’s vision and mission. The Foundation pays special attention to children, healing the victims of abuse and neglect, and how “it takes a village” to accomplish the vision and mission of the Foundation. VISION: Our vision is one of peaceful coexistence. Film, television, new media, the dramatic arts, and other related disciplines of the arts are powerful tools that can be used for the purpose of establishing peace, coexistence, and community. For further information: www.forestcreatures.org WNET, which includes Channel 13, WLIW, NJTV and other public television programming windows, is providing in-kind production support, consultation, and more. Brooklyn College, part of the City University of New York, will provide use of selected venues on its campus, logistical support, student volunteers, and more. Co-hosts Our vision is one of peaceful coexistence. Host 7 6 Arch in Prospect Park Brooklyn is… “the place to be.” New York City and Brooklyn New York City is called “the capital of the world.” Throughout the year, it is the business, family vacation, and getaway destination of over 50 million visitors from around the world. They come for finance, media, sports, theater and other entertainment, shopping, restaurants, and so much more. Brooklyn is one of five boroughs in New York City, and it is “the place to be.” One out of five Americans can trace their roots to Brooklyn. If Brooklyn were its own city, it would be the fourth largest city in the United States, and a very international city as well. Of the over 2.5 million residents of Brooklyn, as of 2010, just under 50% spoke a language other than English as their primary language. Significant numbers of Brooklynites speak Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Yiddish, French Creole, Italian, Hebrew, Polish, French, Arabic, various Indic languages, Urdu, and various African languages as a main language. Its international makeup adds to the synergistic impact of INPUT 2018 happening in this borough. The arts, film, and the television industry are blossoming in Brooklyn. INPUT 2018 delegates from around the world will find it exciting. Those involved with media from the local community not yet familiar with INPUT will be attracted to the conference and find out what it has to offer. INPUT 2018 will be held April 30- May 4, 2018. Brooklyn is… “the place to be.” New York City and Brooklyn Conference Dates Event Space: Williamsburg Cinemas