Art/Work Manager Spencer Robinson

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Spencer Robinson is a Literary and Talent Manager at Art/Work Entertainment who's been in the industry for nearly a decade. Art/Work manages clients including Eric Heisserer (ARRIVAL, LIGHTS OUT, THE THING), Tricia O'Kelley ("The New Adventure of Old Christine"), Erin Cressida Wilson (THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN, SNOW WHITE, "Vinyl"), Kelly Washington (JURASSIC WORLD, "Parks and Recreation"), and Jeff Reno (MEET JOE BLACK, "The West Wing", "Beauty and the Beast"). Richard “RB” Botto founded and runs Stage 32, the world’s largest platform for connecting and educating film creatives and is also a working actor, producer and screenwriter. As a producer, his films have played at dozens of festivals including Sundance and include the award winning feature, “Another Happy Day,” “Crutch,” and shorts, “All Things Hidden” and “TAXII.” His latest screenplay, “The End Game,” was purchased and is in development by Covert Media. RB is also the author of the groundbreaking and best-selling Focal Press/Routledge book – The American Film Market Presents: Crowdsourcing for Filmmakers: Indie Film and the Power of the Crowd. A sought after speaker and mentor, RB has been a keynote speaker and panelist at such festivals and conferences as Cannes, Venice, AFM, Tribeca, Raindance, SXSW and Winston Baker, and has taught at institutions such as Harvard and Columbia University on the subjects of filmmaking, producing, film finance, screenwriting, social media, crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, entrepreneurship and business. Full Bio »

Webinar Summary

Art/Work Manager Spencer Robinson will discuss the differences between managers and agents, how to grab a manager's attention, working with a manager and what he currently is seeing in the industry.

What You'll Learn

Stage 32 CEO, Rich "RB" Botto leads a 1 hour conversation with Art/Work Manager Spencer Robinson exploring the role of a manager in a screenwriters career, when and how to look for representation, the current landscape for TV and feature writers, and much more before taking live questions from the Writers' Room members.

About Your Instructor

Spencer Robinson is a Literary and Talent Manager at Art/Work Entertainment who's been in the industry for nearly a decade. Art/Work manages clients including Eric Heisserer (ARRIVAL, LIGHTS OUT, THE THING), Tricia O'Kelley ("The New Adventure of Old Christine"), Erin Cressida Wilson (THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN, SNOW WHITE, "Vinyl"), Kelly Washington (JURASSIC WORLD, "Parks and Recreation"), and Jeff Reno (MEET JOE BLACK, "The West Wing", "Beauty and the Beast").

Richard “RB” Botto founded and runs Stage 32, the world’s largest platform for connecting and educating film creatives and is also a working actor, producer and screenwriter. As a producer, his films have played at dozens of festivals including Sundance and include the award winning feature, “Another Happy Day,” “Crutch,” and shorts, “All Things Hidden” and “TAXII.” His latest screenplay, “The End Game,” was purchased and is in development by Covert Media.

RB is also the author of the groundbreaking and best-selling Focal Press/Routledge book – The American Film Market Presents: Crowdsourcing for Filmmakers: Indie Film and the Power of the Crowd.

A sought after speaker and mentor, RB has been a keynote speaker and panelist at such festivals and conferences as Cannes, Venice, AFM, Tribeca, Raindance, SXSW and Winston Baker, and has taught at institutions such as Harvard and Columbia University on the subjects of filmmaking, producing, film finance, screenwriting, social media, crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, entrepreneurship and business.

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