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Business of Film & TV Symposium
November 11, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm CST
Interact and network directly with panelists, including executives who represent talent, agencies, finance and distribution partners and more!
The Texas Business of Film & TV Symposium is a transformative event for those interested in business pathways into the film & television industries. Through a series of discussions with industry leaders, the focus of the symposium will be to introduce and expose students to different career paths and opportunities in the various aspects that compose these areas of the entertainment industry. We will explore the myriad business roles that comprise the fabric of the film and TV landscape to support creative output, how funding models and distribution platforms can change the game, and the vital impact of the business scenes behind the on-screen scenes.
Read about speakers, many of which are Moody Radio-Television-Film alumni:
- Shilpa Bisaria – VP Global strategy & content optimization, warner bros. Discovery
- Wofford Denius – Of Council, Eisner, LLP
- Brian Edwards – President, Television Operations | MGM
- Courtney Kivowitz – Founding Partner, MGMT Entertainment
- Deborah McIntosh – Co-Head / WME Independent
- Laura Rister – Film & Television Producer
Register! Note: Registration for the event does not guarantee entrance. Entrance will be on a first-come, first served basis for those who register and show up on the day of the event. This is to avoid exceeding capacity limits of the venue and catering needs. Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by UTLA and Cain Foundation.
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