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Denver Film Society Debuts SeriesFest in June, Brian Brooks Leaves Lincoln Center Film Society to Co-Produce

Denver Film Society Debuts SeriesFest in June, Brian Brooks Leaves Lincoln Center Film Society to Co-Produce

The Tribeca Film Festival is following the lead of SXSW and Sundance; even the venerable Toronto International Film Festival is going television. And now the Denver Film Society is partnering on a TV Festival, SeriesFest. The inaugural edition will be held June 18-21. 

Read: Film Festivals Need TV and TV Needs Film Festivals 

SeriesFest: Season One will present new pilots competing for jury prizes and an audience award, as well as celebrating TV history, bringing in TV stars and industry heavyweights for panels and Q &As.  

And after more than two years at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Brian Brooks is leaving his staff role as Managing Editor of FilmLinc.com (he’ll continue to contribute editorially as well as at Deadline) to co-produce SeriesFest, working closely with CEO Randi Kleiner. 

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