An intimate conversation with STARZ development executives and executive producer on how they keep their bold programming impactful season after season. Get the insider knowledge on the development process, how to executive produce a show, and get advice on how STARZ keeps up with their bold slate and what filmmakers can do to prepare for development.
We are so thrilled to present this Keynote luncheon catered by Wolfgang Puck. Speaker soon to be announced!
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From authentic storytelling, engagement, and innovation, public media offers opportunities for fresh Latinx voices and perspectives to be shared. Join a talented group of content creators to discuss their work on the World Channel/NALIP Beyond Graduation digital video project. Filmmakers will discuss short-form storytelling for distribution across multiple public media platforms. Participants will be treated to a special preview of 5 all new stories that will be released on WORLD Channel this fall.
Presented by The Diverse Women In Media Initiative, join Ana Flores as she honors Dulce Candy with the Digital Trailblazer award. In the following fireside conversation they will discuss what it means to build a community online, how the internet has affected representation, and Dulce's rise from army veteran to creative triple threat.
All’s fair in entertainment & publicity. Branding has never been more important to the success of a project then it is today. Experts discuss the future of brand management and what filmmakers can expect from relationships with advertisers and industry marketers to get their content to outshine the rest.
Our VOCES. Our Stories -- A deep dive into documentary filmmaking, not for your Abuelas PBS! - Creator's Studio 1
Our VOCES. Our Stories. -- A deep dive into documentary filmmaking for not your Abuelas PBS! - Today, more than ever, we are seeking new VOCES and stories that show our whole experience and celebrate the countless contributions and achievements Latinos make in society. Join PBS and Latino Public Broadcasting with maker Ben DeJesus (Tales from a Ghetto Klown) as he takes us behind the scenes to discuss the making of his upcoming PBS / AMERICAN MASTERS documentary on legendary Puerto Rican actor Raúl Juliá, best known for his work in film, including Kiss of the Spider Woman(1985) and The Addams Family (1991). We’re talking pitching, fundraising, failing up, asking hard questions and finishing your film. Plus a surprise announcement!