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Verite Entertainment is a production company based in Los Angeles, that is renowned in voiceover, dubbing, and localization for animation, video games and documentary films. They have taken that experience and used it to build a multinational production studio that has partnered with financing companies all over the world to produce original content. Verité Entertainment develops concepts for multiple platforms and has a diverse slate of content for animation, film, digital, scripted and unscripted television. They recently just announced their first original feature animation project! Full Bio »
Rene Veilleux and Donald Roman Lopez talk about how they built Verite Entertainment from the ground up, how they develop original IP, what it means to be "Glocal" and the time we worked with comedy legend Mel Brooks!
The Executive Hour
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Jason Mirch interviews Alexia Melocchi, a producer and film executive with more than more than 25 films and series credits to her name! With more than twenty years in the industry, Alexia has worked in nearly every aspect of the entertainment industry. Working at Little Studio Films since 2000, Alexia serves as Partner and Producer, involved in all aspects of company operations, including distribution and co-production deals, managing production activities, and film and television marketing. Little Studio Films, created by Alexia and Alexandra Yacovlef, is a multilingual boutique consulting, distribution and production company with an extensive background in all areas of the Entertainment Business. It provides services to a variety of clients including producers, production companies, authors, screenwriters, directors, international distributors and Wall Street Companies.During the webcast, Alexia and Jason discuss her career, the state of the global markets, what types of scripts writers should be in the current market, how to find a producer and if the "dollar option" is really a good idea.
We're back in the Writers' Room at 4pm (Pacific) for the Executive Hour Webcast with Paramount+ Creative Executive Aaron Kerman. Aaron is a Development Executive in the Originals Content Development division of the recently launched Paramount+. He has worked on series including THE GOOD FIGHT, THE TWILIGHT ZONE, STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, GUILTY PARTY, and WHY WOMEN KILL, among many others. Aaron has been at CBS Studios for the last three years. Prior to this, he was at WME for two years, working directly with the heads of TV and Talent. His is a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
We're back in the Writers' Room for the Executive Hour Webcast with Special Guest Matt Ember - the Screenwriter behind GET SMART, FAILURE TO LAUNCH, and WAR WITH GRANDPA! Matt is a Screenwriter and Producer who has worked on over 20 feature films and television shows including "THE CONNERS" on ABC, THE WAR WITH GRANDPA with Robert Deniro, GET SMART with Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway, FAILURE TO LAUNCH with Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker and many more. This was an amazing conversation with Matt bringing his knowledge exclusively to the Writers' Room!
We're back in the Writers' Room for the Executive Hour Webcast with Special Guest Casey Malone, Creative Executive behind FINCH, THE WITCHES, and PINOCCHIO! Casey was most recently the Creative Executive at ImageMovers the production company of feature film Writer/Director/Producer Robert Zemeckis. Most recently she's worked on FINCH with Tom Hanks for Amblin Partners, Warner Bros.'s THE WITCHES, NBC 's "MANIFEST", and Disney's live-action PINOCCHIO. She also has several original series and feature ideas in development. Casey meets with writers, directors, actors, producers, and is always searching for new and incredible stories to tell. And with a penchant for horror, she'll never say no to a good ghost story!Prior to working at ImageMovers, Casey worked in production and at CBS Television. She worked at "THE PRICE IS RIGHT" and then made the jump to scripted TV and film at ImageMovers. This was an amazing conversation with Casey sharing her wealth of knowledge!
We're back in the Writers' Room for the Executive Hour Webcast with HBO Max Drama Development Executive Ashlie Sapiro. Ashlie Sapiro is the manager of original content at HBOMax, focusing primarily on Drama series. A lover of all character dramas and stories that defy genre and type, she is currently working on the upcoming Lena Dunham produced series "GENERATION", the reboot of "PRETTY LITTLE LIARS" with Roberto Aguierre Sacasa, "DOOM PATROL" and "TITANS" from the DC Universe, and the pilot for the beloved book, "RULES OF MAGIC". Ashlie started her career working at CAA in the TV Literary department.
Jonathan is known as "Oleg," the hilarious sex-crazed Ukrainian cook, opposite Kat Dennings & Beth Behrs on the CBS hit comedy, "2 Broke Girls." He's been in a number of notable supporting roles, including CBS's "NCIS."