IIFF Los Angeles Townhall Meeting (December 2007)

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IIFF/LA Townhall Meeting at Culver Studios –
Where Film & Finance Meet to Succeed Together

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The Los Angeles chapter of the Institute for International Film Financing (IIFF) continues its successful series of monthly gatherings at the junction of film & finance with a special, year-end Townhall Meeting at the Ince Theatre on the legendary Culver Studios lot in downtown Culver City. IIFF's friends at The Culver Studios are graciously making their world-class facilities available for our event.

This "grassroots" community get-together builds upon IIFF's successful L.A. launch this summer, and further introduces the organization and its unique approach to the Greater Los Angeles Area's community of filmmakers, entrepreneurs and financiers — as well as the public at large. Our goal for this and future meetings is not only to provide unbiased insight & education about the business of film but also to foster & inform productive relationships between attending professionals. The event features a powerful roster of highly topical speakers from the worlds of film & finance. We are delighted to again welcome real-world financiers among our guests for the evening!

IIFF's one-of-a-kind mission is to sustainably expand the scope & appeal of film financing, and to do so for the benefit of the public at large. True to our proven motto of "democratizing film financing," IIFF's regular, monthly Townhall Meetings bring together a wide array of professionals from relevant backgrounds in film, finance and beyond for a vibrant evening of insightful presentations and speeches, inspiring discussion and focused networking. Past meetings (e.g.: December '07 New York Metro Townhall in Manhattan & December '07 New England Townhall in Providence, RI | November '07 Bay Area Townhall in San Francisco & November '07 New England Townhall in Norwalk, CT | October '07 Los Angeles Townhall in Santa Monica, CA, October '07 New York Metro Townhall in Manhattan & October '07 New England Townhall in Boston, MA | September '07 Los Angeles Townhall in Santa Monica, CA & September '07 New England Townhall in Norwalk, CT | August '07 Los Angeles Townhall in Santa Monica, CA & August '07 New York Metro Townhall in Manhattan | July '07 New York Metro Townhall in Manhattan & July '07 Los Angeles Townhall in Santa Monica, CA | June '07 New York Metro Townhall in Manhattan | May '07 New York Metro Townhall in Manhattan & May '07 Bay Area Townhall in Mountain View, CA | April '07 New York Metro Townhall in Manhattan & April '07 Bay Area Townhall in San Francisco, CA | March '07 New England Townhall in Stowe, VT, March '07 Bay Area Townhall in San Rafael, CA & March '07 New York Metro Townhall in Manhattan | February '07 Townhall West in San Francisco, CA & February '07 Townhall East in New York City | January '07 Townhall in Santa Cruz, CA | December '06 Townhall East in New York City & December '06 Townhall West in San Francisco, CA | October '06 Townhall in New York City | September '06 Townhall in Oakland, CA | July '06 Townhall in Palo Alto, CA | June '06 Townhall in San José, CA | May '06 Townhall in San Francisco, CA | April '06 Townhall at Stanford business school) have reliably delivered useful insights into the business of film, provided valuable networking opportunities, and managed to draw large and enthusiastic crowds.

Who should attend? Entrepreneurs, technologists, attorneys, bankers, investment managers, venture capitalists and other non-film professionals are cordially invited to learn more about independent film. Are you considering taking an active role in film or would you like to expand your current involvement? Don't miss this opportunity to connect with the like-minded… Established and aspiring filmmakers are, naturally, more than welcome to join us as well!

The evening'sfive seven presentations plus panel discussion will address key issues relevant to filmmakers, financiers, and anyone interested in the economics, business mechanics, and financial dynamics of film. They will be followed by Q8A time. Attendees will also have ample opportunity to interact & network with our distinguished presenters and panelists and amongst themselves.

An informal après-meeting celebration will take place at an area restaurant.

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Meeting Venue:

Ince Theatre at The Culver Studios
9336 Washington Boulevard (at Ince Blvd.)
Culver Studios Office Building, Corner Building, 1st Floor
Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 202-1234

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Driving directions: Our venue is conveniently located in downtown Culver City, just off Culver Blvd. and about two short blocks from Venice Blvd. Find a comprehensive overview of directions to 9336 Washington Blvd. from different parts of the Greater L.A. Area here, or get directions from Culver Studios' website. Personalized driving directions can be obtained from any of the above-listed online mapping services; simply follow the link of your choice and enter your start address where required.

Our Host:

This month's Townhall Meeting is graciously hosted by The Culver Studios, the premier independent production facility in Southern California.

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  6:00-6:30 pm ... Registration, welcome and introductions
  6:30-7:50 pm ... Four featured presentations with Q8A (4x 20 min)
  7:50-8:00 pm ... Networking break I (10 min)
  8:00-9:00 pm ... Three featured presentations with Q8A (3x 20 min)
  9:00-9:20 pm ... Networking break II (20 min)
  9:20-10:00 pm ... Moderated panel discussion with Q8A (40 min)
10:00+ pm ... Community time at area restaurant

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Program Details:

1) Foreign Pre-sales of Indies: Tapping the Global Demand for Fresh Content to Finance Films — by Harris Tulchin, Esq. (bio) »

2) You Want Me to Shoot My Film Where? Location Decision-making in a Subsidized World — by Rob Aft (bio) »

3) Banking Agreements for Film: Alternative Financing Structures & Soft Money Transactions — by Randy Mendelsohn, Esq. (bio) »

4) Final Cut, Now What? Harnessing the Internet to Bypass Distributors — by Marc Rosenbush (bio) »

5) You Have to Start Somewhere: How to Turn Short Films Into Big Opportunities — by Hilari Scarl (bio) »

6) What's Your Film Worth? Revealing the Secrets of How Foreign Distributors Value Projects — by Peter Elson (bio) »

7) The Impact of New Media on Motion Picture Finance: Harnessing Web 2.0 to Get Your Film Funded — by Daniel Tibbets (bio) »

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Speaker Bios:

– Harris Tulchin, Esq. (topic): Mr. Tulchin is the Co-author of "The Independent Film Producer's Survival Guide" and a veteran entertainment, multimedia and intellectual property Attorney with extensive major motion picture studio and independent production background as well as experience in all phases of feature film, television, video, music, infomercial, multimedia and online development, financing, production, distribution, and legal and business services. He is the Founder of Harris Tulchin & Associates, an international entertainment, multimedia & intellectual property law firm with offices in Los Angeles, New York, Paris and Rome. His clients have included Sony, Vestron, Ed Pressman, Ice Cube, Sid Caesar, David Lynch/Kino Link, Gary Lucchesi/Tom Barad/Toys 'R Us, Richard Leakey, Chris/Rose Productions/MCA Universal, Showtime, Cineville/HBO, Palace Group (UK), KCET Television, Cinema Group, Strand Releasing, Independent Entertainment Group, Galaxy International Releasing, TTL Films (Moscow), SC Entertainment, HMD Distribution, New Horizons, Julie Corman/Ezio Greggio, Matt Salinger, Kevin Yagher, Jones-Reiker Ink, Hills Entertainment, Jorge Rivero, Teleline, Destination Cinema, Esco-Mex, Gibraltar Releasing, Crawford/Lane, Paul Ryan Productions, Ultra Studios, Flint Dille, Cineville Interactive, and numerous independent producers, writers, directors and actors. Mr. Tulchin has also served as Senior VP of Business Affairs and General Counsel for Cinema Group; General Counsel and Head of Business Affairs for KCET Television; Senior Counsel for United Artists; Director of Business Affairs at MGM Television; and Counsel for American International Pictures and Filmways Pictures (now Orion Pictures). He is a graduate of Cornell University and Hastings Law School, and has practiced law since 1978. »

– Rob H. Aft (topic): Mr. Aft is the President of Compliance Consulting, a media consultancy currently serving a variety of clients working mainly in the areas of finance, valuation, and distribution. He has served as President of International Distribution at The Kushner-Locke Company, Senior VP of MDP Worldwide (where he was responsible for all aspects of international sales and operations for the theatrical films produced by the company) as well as VP of International at Trimark Pictures and Head of International at Troma, Inc. Mr. Aft served seven terms as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Film Marketing Association (AFMA, now IFTA). He has taught film business courses at USC, UCLA Extension and Loyola Marymount and has written a chapter on distribution for the 3rd edition of "The Movie Business Book" (ed. Jason Squire, Simon & Schuster) as well as a major article on film banking for Variety Deal Memo. Mr. Aft has recently co-written "The Rules of Attraction", an IFTA pamphlet providing a framework for creating a production-friendly community (available at IFTA's website). He is a frequent guest speaker at the USC and UCLA film schools as well as a participant on numerous industry panels. Mr. Aft has also served as a film distribution consultant to the European Union's MEDIA Program and is a regular contributor to The Hollywood Reporter's "The Going Rate" column analyzing global film and television pricing. In October '06, he organized a co-production market for PromoMadrid, bringing together 15 Madrid-based producers with LA-based companies for 250 one-one meetings. He repeated the market in 2007 with 20 Spanish companies and more than 400 meetings. In April '07, Mr. Aft organized the "Creative Ile de France" dinner showcasing Paris-region post-production and visual-effects companies for the Ile de France Film Commission, and in July hosted a film finance and distribution seminar in Madrid under the auspices of the Spain-US Chamber of Commerce. He helped organize the highly successful Film Financing Circle at the Middle East International Film Festival '07 in Abu Dhabi in October. Mr. Aft also serves on the Advisory Board for the Nigerian Film Conference and chairs the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Southern Asian Art Council. »

– Randy Mendelsohn, Esq. (topic): Mr. Mendelsohn is the President/CEO of financing boutique Atomic Finance & Capital as well as the Mendelsohn Law Office, a full-service transactional entertainment law firm that specializes in high-level, complex entertainment, banking, business and international law with a particular emphasis on motion picture and television finance, production, distribution and talent agreements. Throughout his legal career, Mr. Mendelsohn has developed a practice specializing in the structuring, negotiating, strategizing and documenting of all types of transactions pertaining to the entertainment industry on behalf of financiers, distributors (both foreign and domestic), television broadcasters, production companies, foreign sales companies, management companies, actors, rights holders, writers, directors and producers in the US and Europe. Mr. Mendelsohn has formed Atomic Finance & Capital to make use of his vast resources and relationships in a non-legal context with applications inside and outside of the entertainment business. With the help of strategic partners, he has arranged financing for various business projects including projects related to the entertainment business (motion picture and television production, acquisition and prints and advertisements for theatrical release) and others outside of the entertainment business (hospitals, schools, sports venues, casinos and the construction of various real estate projects). Mr. Mendelsohn has extensive experience in film financing, having represented banks/funds/investors providing funding for 100+ motion pictures. He has also been an internationally featured speaker at entertainment industry and film financing panels and symposiums for the Beverly Hills Bar Association and in Los Angeles, Cannes, Park City, San Juan and Warsaw. »

– Marc Rosenbush (topic): Mr. Rosenbush is an independent filmmaker based in Los Angeles. His first feature film as Writer/Director/Producer, "Zen Noir" (2004), distributed theatrically by Magic Lamp Releasing, has collected numerous awards, including the Grand Jury Award for Best Feature at the D.C. Independent Film Festival, Audience Award for Best Feature at the Rhode Island Film Festival, Best Feature at the Moondance Film Festival, as well as awards for Best Actress, Best Cinematography and more. Mr. Rosenbush is currently working with Robert Toombs on an adaptation of James Morrow's novella City of Truth, which they optioned through their company, Zenmovie. Also an acclaimed theatre director, he was a finalist for the prestigious NEA/TCG Career Development Program for Directors, as well as a two-time winner of the Chicago Directors Festival, and his work has twice been nominated for the Joseph Jefferson Award. A graduate of Emerson College, Mr. Rosenbush has directed more than 60 plays in Chicago, New York, Boston and elsewhere, including several World and American Premieres. He has worked with a variety of prominent artists, including David Mamet, John Mahoney, Estelle Parsons and Neil Gaiman, among others, and has served as Artistic Director of NOWtheatre, Executive Director of Splinter Group Theatre, and Associate Artistic Director of the Stage Company of Boston. »

– Hilari Scarl (topic): Ms. Scarl wrote/directed and produced twelve short films in one year for little money, no money or utilizing someone else's money. She sold three of those films, has three playing in film festivals around the world and received international television exposure from her recent work. She has parlayed this momentum into funding her first commercial feature film. Ms. Scarl was recently selected out of 12,000 filmmakers to appear as a semi-finalist on the Fox television show "On the Lot", executive produced by Steven Spielberg and Mark Burnett. Her short comedic film "Ditto" was chosen to appear on the show and will be screening at the Park City Slam at Sundance. Ms. Scarl has produced TV shows for CBS, The History Channel, TLC and Court TV. She produced/directed the short documentary "Paving the Way" which was a finalist for International Documentary Challenge, is playing on Current TV, and was an official selection for the Big Sky Film Festival in '07. Her other short film, "Snips & Snails", a horror spoof that she co-wrote and directed/produced with executive producer/co-writer Gary Anthony Williams, won the Audience Award at Los Angeles Dances With Films Festival (Laemmle's Sunset 5 in Hollywood) and screened at the Vail Film Festival, Winnipeg Film Festival, Frameline31 Film Festival in San Francisco, Philadelphia's First Look Festival, Mix Brazil, LA Shorts Festival and is currently under negotiations for international distribution. Ms. Scarl was accepted into the Sundance Producers Conference with her feature documentary project "Worldplay". She wrote, directed and produced the "Worldplay" promo, featuring Sharon Stone, which was screened in Hong Kong, Russia and across the United States. (The documentary follows the Young Players Ensemble as they develop theatre based on their lives and experiences with young people living in areas of conflict around the world.) Ms. Scarl is currently in post-production on the feature film "See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary". She has filmed nearly 300 hours of some of the largest events in deaf history this past year including following "Beethoven's Nightmare" (world's only deaf rock band), the first International Sign Language Theatre Festival in Los Angeles, and was the official documentary crew on the world's largest all-deaf cruise, where she filmed some of the most prominent deaf entertainers in the country as they performed on board in front of nearly 4,000 deaf passengers. Ms. Scarl's documentary is already receiving booking offers and is on track to be finished in the fall of 2008 for theatrical, cable and DVD distribution. »

– Peter Elson (topic): Mr. Elson formed Global Cinema Group in 1999 to provide innovative ways to service the international sales and distribution needs of independent producers. He began his career with the first independent company in the business, Manson International, and was President of Largo Entertainment. Mr. Elson has supervised the acquisition and international distribution of films for many prestigious directors and producers including Ismail Merchant and Jim Ivory, Ridley Scott, John Carpenter, Oliver Stone, Paul Schrader, Lee Tamahori, Robert Altman, Taylor Hackford, Renny Harlin, Richard Attenborough, Jake Eberts, Stephen Frears, Richard Zanuck, Allison Anders, Haskell Wexler and the late John Schlesinger. »

– Daniel Tibbets (topic): Mr. Tibbets is the Executive Vice President & Studio Chief of GoTV Networks, the first made-for-mobile television network and studio group. He is in charge of the creation of on-demand television programming customized to the mobile experience. Prior to joining GoTV, he spent 16 years at the vortex of the entertainment industry and has held several senior executive roles in production and development for companies such as CBS Enterprises, Fireworks Television, Inc., Papazian-Hirsch Entertainment, and Twentieth Television. At Twentieth Television, Mr. Tibbets ran FOXLAB, Inc. where he co-created and developed the first ever original content "mobisodes" (a term he coined) which launched in February 2005: "Love and Hate" and "Sunset Hotel". Mr. Tibbets also developed the first convergence program to air on broadcast television at FOXLAB and is credited with the development and sale of the HBO series "Rome" from his work at Papazian-Hirsch. He graduated from Arizona State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing with an emphasis in international marketing and business. »

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