InkTip Session: "I Am Number Four" Producer, JC Spink, shares secrets & stories of success.
"I Am Number Four" Producer, JC Spink, shares secrets & stories of success.
Learn about development, finance, and packaging to get your projects to the studio level.
Talk & network with top producers including “I Am Number Four" producer JC Spink and Manny Fonseca, Head of Development at Kopelson Entertainment.
Register Now – seating is limited
July 14, 2012 : 3:00PM – 7:00PM.
Showbiz Software Store and Café
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Late Deadline to Register: Friday, July 12th
Attendees will sit in on intensive one-on-one interviews with some of the industry's most influential decision makers--giving valuable insight from the other side of the pitch table. Learn who's buying what, how to sell what you have, how to package & finance your projects, and the secret techniques needed to succeed in the business of show.
Co-founder of the World-renowned management & production company Benderspink. Benderspink has been responsible for some of the most influential films to hit theaters during its lifetime. Some of their credits include "A History of Violence," "I Am Number Four," "Red Eye," and many more.
Learn from the man himself about his start and rise to success, and how to translate those experiences and lessons to your career. Followed by an audience Q&A and networking.
Head of Development for Kopelson Entertainment, the production company responsible for blockbusters like "The Devil's Advocate," "U.S. Marshals," the upcoming Samual L Jackson vehicle "Man That Rocks The Cradle," the recently announced Showtime series under development, "Pure Evil," and many more.
Learn how to attract major production companies to your screenplays, the tricks companies use to vet scripts, and how to keep your projects on the forefront of an executive's mind.
Register Today at inktipsessions.eventbrite.com
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