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CEO, Rich "RB" Botto & Jason Mirch bring a wealth of knowledge and first-hand experience in multiple facets of the industry and have worked on films from Sundance Full Bio »
This is a chance to get your questions answered and share observations about the film industry with CEO, Rich "RB" Botto & Jason Mirch who have first-hand experience in multiple facets of the industry and have worked on films from Sundance to Studios.
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During this Executive Hour Webcast, we speak with with Literary Manager Scott Schulman of Schulman Management! Scott was at More/Medavoy Management for four years, representing both talent and literary clients. Prior to More/Medavoy, Schulman worked at A3 Artist Agency as a junior packaging agent. He started his career at Fremantle in business affairs in both scripted and non-scripted television.Scott recently staffed one of his clients on Season 2 of "FBI: MOST WANTED" for CBS. He also manages two upper-level producers on the smash hit "THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY" series for Netflix. During the webcast, Scott discusses how he came to be a literary manager, what writers can be doing to get their material into the market, how to overcome a pass on your material and a lot more!
We’re back in the Writers’ Room for the Executive Hour with special guest Krista Sipp, Manager and Producer at Heroes and Villains Entertainment! She is dedicated to finding unique voices focusing on diversity and inclusion. Prior to Heroes and Villains, Krista was with Circle of Confusion, New Wave Entertainment, and Authentic Talent & Literary Management and will share her background & experience, give advice, and answer YOUR questions!
We're back in the Writers' Room for the Executive Hour Webcast with Emmy-Nominated Producer Brad Carpenter. Brad Carpenter is an Emmy nominated producer who for over fifteen years has built a stalwart reputation as one of television’s most sought after and effective producers specializing in post-production. Brad has overseen a slew of massively successful series including HBO behemoths BOARDWALK EMPIRE and SEX AND THE CITY, Showtime’s hit NURSE JACKIE, USA Network’s critically acclaimed THE SINNER, FX’s Emmy-winning FOSSE/VERDON and most recently LITTLE VOICE for Apple TV with executive producers J.J. Abrams and Sara Bareilles. His latest project is JIGSAW for Netflix.
Devon got his start as a Development Exec at Ideate Entertainment before launching the management company, First Friday Entertainment, last year with Krista Sipp. We discuss what makes a writer stand out to reps, trends in film and TV, writer voice and standing out, & more, plus a live Q&A!
We're back in the Writers' Room with for the Executive Hour Webcast with Producer Mike Sammaciccia, who produced the Emmy-nominated project, "SURVIVE" for Jeffrey Katzenberg, which starred Sophie Turner and Corey Hawkins. He was SVP of live-action movies and series for Nickelodeon for many years, producing 4-5 live action and animated movies per year. This content consistently broke audience benchmarks and propelled the careers of many young stars. Mike was very generous with his knowledge and insights, and the questions from the group were fantastic and thought provoking!
We're back in the Writers' Room with for the Executive Hour Webcast with Sony Pictures Animation Feature Director Maggie Kang! Maggie has been working as a storyboard artist for over 15 years at various feature film studios including DreamWorks, Blue Sky, Illumination, and was Head of Story at Warner Animation Group for LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE. She is currently directing her first feature film K-POP DEMON HUNTERS at Sony Pictures Animation. During the webcast, Maggie shares her experiences of working inside some of the biggest studios in Hollywood!