Producers Amanda Marshall, Celine Rattray Added To January 29th Webinar
Sound Design helped intensify the emotional anguish Jesus (Ewan McGregor) suffers in “Last Days in the Desert”.. (photo credit: Mockingbird Films)
State of the Slate: Films at Sundance – A Production Incentives Webinar
Presented by Variety 411 in association with EP Financial Solutions, Producers Guild of America, Association of Film Commissioners International and Oakwood Worldwide.
Thursday, January 29, 2015 – 11:00am PST / 2:00pm ESTSign Up For This Free Event Now – visit www.variety411.com/webinars
What does every producer with a film in the 2015 Sundance Film Festival have in common? They had to determine where they would shoot, and if production incentives would play a role in their production’s completion.
Join Moderator Joe Chianese, EVP of EP Financial Solutions, as he leads a panel featuring the top independent producers of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, along with the film commissioners and incentive specialists who helped them bring their projects to completion.
Bonnie Curtis– Producer, “Last Days in the Desert”
Houston King – Producer, “Results”
John Hadity – EVP, EP Financial Solutions
Kim LeBlanc – Production Consultant, Texas Film Commission
Julie Lynn – Producer, “Last Days in the Desert”
Carroll Morton – Managing Entertainment Industry Development, City of New Orleans
Celine Rattray – Producer, “Ten Thousand Saints”
Susannah Greason Robbins – Executive Director, San Francisco Film Commission
Amanda Marshall, Producer – “The Diary of a Teenage Girl”
Jeremy Kipp Walker – Executive Producer, “Mississippi Grind”
Additional panelists TBA
Exclusive Oakwood Temporary Housing Offers for Webinar Registrants – Available At The Conclusion Of The Webcast
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