Schedule of Events
A screening of “Mariposa de Barrio” will be featured in the Creator’s Lounge. The telenovela is based on the autobiography Unbreakable: My Story, My Way written by Jenni Rivera. Attendees will have a chance to meet Rosie Rivera, Jenni Rivera’s sister, and Elva Saray, from Telemundo’s 'Acceso Total!’ Access to this screening is OPEN TO ALL, including those without a Summit Pass. Fans of “Mariposa de Barrio” are encouraged to join us!
They say some things can't be translated. Does that apply to humor? This conversation will discuss the importance and use of humor by and for Latinx audiences.
Wake Up! : Morning Creator Coffee! • Networking
Where’s the coffee? Join us in the Creator’s Lounge for coffee and networking. Looking to plan your day? Explore session descriptions and build your own itinerary on the NALIP Media Summit App!
Latino Media Market: Registration • (Restricted Access. By Invitation Only)
Day One of the Latino Media Market: Industry executives take meetings from selected participants to pitch their documentary, low-budget feature, TV/streaming or digital web series idea in order to secure completion funds or distribution.
Pick up your Summit Badge across from the North Terrace indicated on the Summit map on the inside cover of the program. If you have any questions, ask a NALIP volunteer!
Latino Media Market: Orientation • (Restricted Access. By Invitation Only)
8:00 am - 8:30 am: REGISTRATION
Registration for Latino Media Market participants opens.
8:30 am - 9:30 am: ORIENTATION
The Latino Media Market (LMM) Orientation will go into detail about the Latino Media Market sessions with LMM finalists.
Latino Media Market: How to Pitch Workshop • (Restricted Access. By Invitation Only)
The LMM session will share with the NALIP Latino Media Market participants techniques and tools to pitch their project in order to build a relationship in the industry, secure distribution or completion funds for their project.
Creators Lounge - NALIP Media Summit 2019 • #WeAreInclusion
#WeAreInclusion Creator’s Lounge is for everyone! Attendee’s are welcome to network, visit sponsor activations, and explore career opportunities, diversity programs, and initiatives. The Lounge will also host select screenings, panels and special activities!
The Creators Lounge is open to the public, NALIP members, and pass holders!
It is important to recognize the impact race and culture have had on sports through the past few decades. During this session, ESPN leaders will share their story of the making of the 30 for 30 film “The Dominican Dream." This film paints a portrait of Dominican immigrants in New York through the 1980s and 90s, as seen through the eyes of the youngest son in a loving family. He rises unimaginably high, only to be quickly cast aside as a failure. In this session, ESPN's storytelling will prove truly reflective of the immigrant experience and the impact of sports in the Hispanic Latino community.
An acceleration of content and content consumption has catapulted studios and companies to launch entire new divisions and prioritization of their target audiences. Companies are evidently fine tuning their strategies with a goal in mind: capturing this multi-lingual, multi-cultural, and global audience. The executives on this panel will deep dive into the opportunities for writers, directors, and producers to streamline their creative and business efforts in packaging, pitching, and capitalizing on co-production deals and resources available within the Latin American market.
We live in a time where choosing a specific angle of distribution for your indie film can be extremely challenging. What happens to festivals when most of the indie films have already been bought by streaming platforms? This panel provides a space to discuss this challenge and the different ways to approach it.
With the demand for accurate representation at an all time high, this panel features an array of LGBTQI+ content creators who are successfully navigating the entertainment industry. We seek to facilitate a dynamic conversation on the state and importance of LGBTQI+ representation in the media.
Friday Keynote Luncheon: On The Record (Presented by HBO) • HBO Collabs + On The Record
We are so thrilled to present this Keynote Luncheon catered by Wolfgang Puck.
Attendees interested in joining this luncheon must purchase an all-inclusive pass. To purchase your pass, please click GET YOUR PASS at the top right corner of the website!
Take a break! Join us in the Creators Lounge for coffee and networking.
The audience has spoken and executives are listening to the success of diverse content. The rise of diverse, multi-platform media companies is the highest it's ever been. Executives discuss the initiative in creating diverse production companies against the larger studios and how to reach general audiences, as well as what a new landscape dominated by diverse content will yield.
A conversation with Franklin Leonard, who has worked tirelessly in advocating on the behalf of writers and audiences alike who have historically been underrepresented in film and television. Get the inside scoop on how the blacklist is changing the industry.
Digital Trailblazer Award + Fireside Chat Featuring the Ladies of Pero Like • Digital Trailblazer Award
Join the women of Pero Like in conversation with Ana Flores about their experiences and successes in navigating the digital world.
Pero Like is a Latinx brand that focuses on entertaining, elevating and inspiring our community on social media. With more than 3 million followers across YouTube, Facebook and Instagram, Pero Like has become an authentic voice for Latinx across the country. Pero Like has had partnerships with brands such as Apple and Google and the team have spoken at SXSW, Sundance, VidCon, BeautyCon, NALIP and many other conferences. Our mission all day, everyday is "Do It For La Cultura."
This panel will feature seasoned, successful women in film and TV development, who will share their expertise, advice, and tips on how to navigate the entertainment industry.
Keeping It Real! Doc Talks Live • Presented by Public Media
Come laugh, cry, learn, be inspired, surprised, entertained, and enlightened at our first ever storytelling showcase where filmmakers, actors, journalists, writers, and beyond, share LIVE stories from the stage for the sake of Keeping it Real! Brought to you from the public media partners who deliver and provide funding support for compelling documentary films, unscripted content, and investigative journalism 365 days a year: PBS, ITVS, POV, WORLD Channel, Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB), and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).
Unscripted, Unprecedented • Unscripted Unprecedented
With demand for accurate representation at an all time high, is it easier to create diverse stories or to just point the camera in a new direction? This panel will discuss the role that unscripted programming has played in bringing to the center unprecedented stories that would otherwise go unnoticed.
Join Public Media, after 'Keeping It Real! Doc Talks Live' for a change to meet other nonfiction filmmakers for a networking mixer, with small bites and drinks.
*Admittance is based on capacity.
HBO Welcome Reception • Presented by HBO
HBO invites you all to their Welcome Reception on Friday evening. HBO invites you to their Welcome Reception! Join us for an unforgettable night among the stars at the Loews Hollywood pool deck, where you can enjoy appetizers and refreshments while connecting with content creators.