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Film Independent to Host First Annual Filmmakers Forum on Selling Film

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire September 29, 2005 at 9:02AM

Film Independent executive director Dawn Hudson announced today that the organization will host, "Sell Your Film Without Getting Screwed!" The forum will take place on Saturday, October 15, 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. Forum panelists include: Tom Bernard (co-president, Sony Pictures Classics), Peter Broderick (Paradigm Consulting), Jeremy Coon (executive producer, "Napoleon Dynamite"), Cassian Elwes (WMA), Catherine Hardwicke (director, "Lords of Dogtown,"), Richard Klubeck (UTA), Jeffrey Levy-Hinte (producer, "Thirteen"), Linda Lichter (Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler & Goodman Inc.), Tom Ortenberg (president, Lions Gate Films Releasing), Peggy Rajski (executive producer, "Bee Season"), Ted Sarandos (chief content officer, Netflix) and John Sloss (founding member, Cinetic Media). "This forum will bring together a phenomenal group of experienced filmmakers and experts who are committed to giving effective and trustworthy advice on how to best navigate the festival circuit," said Hudson. "It's about giving filmmakers the information they need to take control of the destiny of their films." [Brian Brooks]
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Film Independent executive director Dawn Hudson announced today that the organization will host, "Sell Your Film Without Getting Screwed!" The forum will take place on Saturday, October 15, 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. Forum panelists include: Tom Bernard (co-president, Sony Pictures Classics), Peter Broderick (Paradigm Consulting), Jeremy Coon (executive producer, "Napoleon Dynamite"), Cassian Elwes (WMA), Catherine Hardwicke (director, "Lords of Dogtown,"), Richard Klubeck (UTA), Jeffrey Levy-Hinte (producer, "Thirteen"), Linda Lichter (Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler & Goodman Inc.), Tom Ortenberg (president, Lions Gate Films Releasing), Peggy Rajski (executive producer, "Bee Season"), Ted Sarandos (chief content officer, Netflix) and John Sloss (founding member, Cinetic Media). "This forum will bring together a phenomenal group of experienced filmmakers and experts who are committed to giving effective and trustworthy advice on how to best navigate the festival circuit," said Hudson. "It's about giving filmmakers the information they need to take control of the destiny of their films." [Brian Brooks]