As Managing Director for Stage 32 (the world’s largest online platform connecting and educating film, television and theater creatives), Amanda oversees operations and business development for the global business. She has curated over 1,000 hours of online education created exclusively for Stage 32 and works with hundreds of entertainment industry executives from around the world to serve as educators and mentors.
She has worked on partnerships with such prestigious organizations as the Cannes Film Festival Marche du Film, American Film Market, SXSW, Raindance Film Festival, Hollyshorts Film Festival, PGA, WGA and DGA, as well as brands such as AT&T, Peerspace, Pond5, Mandy, Bondit Media Capital and her personal favorite, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, which is the official vodka of Stage 32 and serves as the sponsor of all offline Stage 32 events.
As a producer Amanda has worked on the psychological thriller WHAT LIES AHEAD starring Rumer Willis and Emma Dumont, DOLPHIN GIRL, an entire Stage 32 production in conjunction with the St. Petersburg Film Commission and METAPHORS, produced by Stage 32 Short Film Contest Winner Terecz Koncz from Hungary, in conjunction with financier and Stage 32 educator Jonathan Halperyn. She recently sold an unscripted television show to E! Entertainment with her producing partner 3 Ball Entertainment.
Amanda has spoken all over the world at the Cannes Film Festival (France), Hollyshorts Film Festival (US), Raindance Film Festival (UK), Fest Festival (Portugal) and Harvard (US) on the business of the entertainment industry.
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