IIFF New England Townhall Meeting (December 2007) Rhode Island Premiere!

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IIFF New England Townhall Meeting in Providence, RI –
Where Film & Finance Meet to Succeed Together

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IIFF is coming to Rhode Island!

After organizing successful meetings in Connecticut (September, November) and Boston (October), the New England chapter of the Institute for International Film Financing (IIFF) continues its popular, monthly gatherings at the junction of film & finance with a special, inaugural Townhall Meeting in Providence, RI. Our friends from Rhodywood are kind enough to make their facilities at Brooklyn Coffee & Teahouse available for IIFF's Rhode Island première.

This "grassroots" community get-together is designed to introduce IIFF to Rhode Island's filmmakers, entrepreneurs and financiers as well as the public at large. Our goal for this and future gatherings is not only to provide unbiased insight & education about the business of film —and film financing in particular— 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 and 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.: 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's five 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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Featured Moderator:

The event will be expertly moderated by Donald Bertrand (bio), a veteran financial-sector corporate attorney turned private-practice lawyer providing entertainment law services. Mr. Bertrand's law offices in West Haven, CT represent various clients on a host of screenwriter, composer, producer and filmmaker issues. Upon graduation from Yale Law School, Mr. Bertrand joined a prominent Hartford, CT-based insurance & investment organization where he managed the Law Department's Financial Services Practice Group as Vice President and Insurance & Investment Products Counsel. Mr. Bertrand has now transitioned to an area of law practice where he can apply his extensive legal knowledge and background to issues involving his lifelong passion for the cultural and creative arts, principally film. In this area, he seeks to apply fundamental business law principles to the creative endeavors of the talent and entrepreneurs that he meets.

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Meeting Venue:

Brooklyn Coffee & Teahouse
209 Douglas Avenue (at Candace St.)
Providence, RI 02908
(401) 575-2284

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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) Raising Capital for Your Movie: How to Use an Executive Summary to Maximum Effect — by Ted di Stefano (bio) »

2) Financing Independent Films: Private Placements, Structuring Alternatives & Fundraising Strategies — by Peggy Farrell (bio) »

3) Festival Success for Indies: Tips & Tricks From the Inside of a Leading Film Festival — by Adam Short (bio) »

4) Alternative Capital Structures for Film: Financing Solutions That Work for Producers & Investors — by Chris Marston (bio) »

5) Rhode Island's Tax Credits: A Guide to Film Production Incentives Available From the State — by Bob D'Andrea (bio) »

6) Budget & Finance Your Film Project Like a Business Entrepreneur! — by Sixcia Devine (bio) »

7) Trenker's Hollywood Profits: Quantitative Drivers of Motion Picture Profitability — prepared by Thomas Trenker (bio) » & presented by Don Bertrand (bio) »

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Speaker Bios:

– Theodore F. di Stefano, CPA (topic): Mr. di Stefano is the Founder & Managing Partner at Capital Source Partners, a private investment banking firm based in Narragansett, RI that assists small to medium-sized companies with M&A advisory services, strategic alliances, debt consolidation, IPOs, corporate governance challenges, etc. The goal of Capital Source Partners is to have its client firms prosper and add value to their businesses. Mr. di Stefano formerly owned a large public accounting firm, a real estate development corporation, jewelry manufacturers, banking & mortgage-banking firms, nursing & rehabilitation centers, among others. Member of the Board of Directors at Maple Root Corp.; the Int'l Board of Directors at the Single Global Currency Association; the Participating Experts Panel at Cincom Systems; and the National Association of Corporate Directors. Recipient of American Security Council Excellence Award. Author of "You Can Buy a Business". Regular Contributor to E-Commerce Times (circulation over 6M), Hoover's Online & FindLaw for Legal Professionals. Articles & columns have been published on sites throughout the world, including China, Japan, India & Europe. Writer on matters relating to Board governance for periodicals of national organizations of corporate directors. Articles have been published in several CPA journals throughout the US. Served as expert source for business articles in The New York Times, US News & World Report, Time Magazine, NY Post, and Pittsburgh Tribune Review, among others. Lecturer on such matters as world economic challenges, international business, small business, corporate governance, corporate governance, hedge funds, and outsourcing. Webinar presenter on corporate governance & Board service. Frequent podcaster on broad range of business topics. Mr. di Stefano is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and also holds an MBA. »

– Margaret D. Farrell, Esq. (topic): Ms. Farrell is a Partner at Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP, a full-service law firm of more than 100 lawyers with offices located throughout New England. As an attorney, Ms. Farrell focuses her practice in the area of corporate & securities law with extensive experience in organization, acquisitions, sales, mergers, recapitalizations & other reorganizations of both publicly & privately-held corporations, partnerships & limited liabilities companies, and in personal & business tax planning. She also has extensive experience in handling equity & debt securities offerings, both fully registered public offerings and exempt private placements & venture capital financings, ongoing SEC regulatory compliance & reporting, and investment company, investment adviser & broker-dealer registration & regulation. Ms. Farrell has in-depth knowledge of financial institution regulation and has experience in computer & other high-technology law, including software licensing and copyright & trademark protection. »

– Adam M.K. Short (topic): Mr. Short is the Producing Director of the Rhode Island Int'l Film Festival (RIIFF), a leading juried competition showcase for international independent filmmakers & their work. In 2007, RIIFF screened 320 titles in 6 days to large & appreciative crowds, resulting in no fewer than 5 sell-outs. Industry experts considered it the largest festival in New England as well as one of the top 10 Short Film Festivals & top 10 Int'l Film Festivals in the US. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (AMPAS) recognizes RIIFF as a qualifying festival for the Short Films category for the Annual Academy Awards; only 61 out of 3,000+ film festivals worldwide have earned this recognition. Mr. Short also serves as Associate Director at Flickers Arts Collaborative, a non-profit organization with 25+ years of experience producing programming and creative outlets for filmmakers, visual & performing artists. Flickers produces RIIFF, one of its most successful & largest events. Mr. Short started as a volunteer with RIIFF in 2003 and, in addition to his work on the film festival, he helped organize a number of Flickers' projects over the next few years, including The Merci Train Exhibit at the Woonsocket Museum of Work & Culture and the Creative Impulse Awards. As a grant writer, Mr. Short has successfully raised over $50,000 to fund various educational & artistic programs. Prior to his involvement with RIIFF, he was an editor/publisher/writer of a technology newsletter (Tech Watch News), a layout artist for the Armenian Historical Society, a public middle school English teacher, an adult ESL instructor, and an Information Architect — though not necessarily all at the same time. Mr. Short holds a BA in Literature from Reed College in Portland, OR. »

– Christopher Marston, Esq. (topic): Mr. Marston is an attorney and a prominent member of the Boston financial & legal community. He focuses on financial structures for corporations and the entertainment & film industry. As the Founding Partner & Chief Executive Officer of Exemplar Law Partners, he works closely with Exemplar's emerging enterprise clients as a strategic partner by combining his advanced business expertise & education with his legal savvy to take clients to the next level of success. Exemplar is the first corporate law firm nationwide to exclusively adopt a fixed price model instead of billable hours. As a former Chief Financial Officer for a technology company (JSA Technologies, which provides campuses with patented web-access solutions for their ID card systems), Mr. Marston serves his clients in the areas of corporate structuring, M&A, venture capital, valuation & leveraging of intellectual property (IP), contracts, start-up formation, licensing, and negotiation. In addition, he serves as outside General Counsel & business partner to mid-market companies across various industries. On the business consulting side, Mr. Marston also assists his business clients in raising capital, building management teams, pricing strategy, market positioning, partnering, and venture capital & angel investor connections. He received a BA with a dual major of Finance & New Venture Management at Northeastern University in Boston, and earned a JD & MS in Finance (MSF) from Suffolk University Law & Business School. »

– Robert A. D'Andrea, CPA (topic): Mr. D'Andrea is a Principal at the accounting firm of Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co., Ltd., which he joined in 2001 after serving as Senior Tax Manager for 6 years with another local accounting firm. He has been providing tax advisory services to closely held, medium-sized & publicly-held businesses for over 20 years, ever since he began his career in Providence, RI with a local office of Ernst & Young. Mr. D'Andrea is a Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) & the Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants (RISCPA). In addition, he is a Member of the Bryant College Alumni Career Counseling Network, Board of Directors of Junior Achievement of Rhode Island, Inc. and serves on their organizational executive committee. Mr. D'Andrea has been an Adjunct Lecturer in the Brown University Economics Department for the past 15 years, and a Universal Mentor in Brown University's Entrepreneurship Program. In the past, he has served as Treasurer for the Rhode Island Council of Family Mediators and as a Member of its Board of Directors. Mr. D'Andrea is also a former Member of the Leadership Rhode Island Program Advisory Committee and the Board of Trustees for Brown Student Agencies (BSA) at Brown University. He received his BS in Business Administration, Summa Cum Laude, in 1984 & his MS in Taxation in 1990, both from Bryant College. »

– Sixcia Devine (topic): Ms. Devine is the Providence Metro Regional Director at the Small Business Development Center at Johnson & Wales University. She provides one-on-one counseling sessions, facilitates monthly information sessions, networking events, helps identify access to capital, and is a catalyst to the development of business & community organizations, individual businesses, and the business community as a whole. Ms. Devine graduated from the University of Rhode Island with majors in Communication Studies & Spanish as well as a minor in International Development. She has done graduate work at Harvard University & Schiller International University in Paris, France. Previously, Ms. Devine was the Small Business Specialist at The Center for Women & Enterprise in Providence, RI where she helped aspiring & existing women in business get the resources & capital they needed to start or expand their businesses. »

– Donald E. Bertrand, Esq. (topic): Veteran financial-sector corporate attorney turned entertainment lawyer, film producer & entrepreneur; Founder & Attorney at private entertainment law practice in CT & NY, providing legal services to film, TV, music & literary industries as well as general business development law support; Founder & CEO at start-up film company Cat's Eye View Productions, presently in pre-production on various documentary projects; fmr. Vice President and Insurance & Investment Products Counsel at Hartford, CT-based Phoenix Companies (leading provider of life insurance, annuities & investment products for accumulation, preservation & transfer of wealth); fmr. Founder & CEO at New Haven, CT-based software company Softbyte Computing; Director at Greater New Haven Business & Professional Assoc.; Legal Coordinator at NY Film Synergy Group; Member of Entertainment & Sports Law Section at New York State Bar Assoc.; Member at "Grammy Awards" Recording Academy; Member at New Haven Arts Council; fmr. Director at New Haven OIC Vocational Training School; fmr. Deputy Director at New Haven's Model Cities Agency; fmr. Member & presenter at American Council of Life Insurance; JD from Yale Law School & BA from Amherst College. »

– Thomas Trenker (topic): A Wall Street investment banker & Silicon Valley startup executive turned independent film financier, Mr. Trenker (LinkedIn profile | full bio) founded the Institute for Int'l Film Financing (IIFF) and runs FilmAngels, the world's first professional angel investor organization for independent film. Besides that & organizing a variety of events and initiatives at the junction of filmmaking, entrepreneurship & venture capital, he is always on the lookout for worthwhile and intriguing new indie film projects that are seeking investor financing. Don't hesitate to connect with Mr. Trenker via LinkedIn or at an upcoming IIFF meeting. »

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Online registration is available at http://events.filmfinancing.org/ne6/?id=121007 (top of this page)

Early bird registration NLT Sunday, December 2:
IIFF Member ... $25 if registered online no later than 12/2
Non-member ... $40

Regular registration NLT Friday, December 7:
IIFF Member ... $35 if registered online no later than 12/7
Non-member ... $50

Last minute registration NLT Sunday, December 9:
IIFF Member ... $45 if registered online no later than 12/9
Non-member ... $60

On-site registration (at the door):
IIFF Member ... $55
Non-member ... $70

To learn more about membership with IIFF, email our Membership Bureau, or approach an IIFF team member at or after the event.

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The Buzz:

The following is a sampling of what others are saying about IIFF meetings…

"Wow. Last night was great! I want to thank you again for the inspiring work you do. This is such a big need […] and you're truly doing the work of angels (literally and figuratively)."

— Brant Smith, Producer, "Quality of Life"

"I really must say that I found all speakers very interesting, and I was hanging on their every word. IIFF, the mission and content, seems to be a good fit for me, because it is my dream to run a medium size production house. […] Thank you, BIG THANK YOU […], for inviting me to this very quality and important event."

— John Henry, Owner, John Henry Filmworks

"Let me again say I think you did a great job putting yesterday's event together — great crowd, smart presentation, lots of enthusiasm."

— David Rosen, Convener/Executive Producer, Digital Independence

"Wow! For such a moderate investment, so much information. So much good networking. I hope you are proud of the magic you've created with IIFF."

— Kevin Morrison, Writer/Director/Producer of independent film & TV

"I just wanted to say thanks for another great and informative meeting. The speakers were impressive and I made some good contacts."

— Jesse Ford, Founder & Executive Director, Group Hug Productions

"IIFF and FilmAngels has really impressed me so far with its focus on the independent film community. I've traveled and interacted with film organizations around the world […]."

— Jin Woo Joo, Founder, Cinemasports

"Thanks so much for hosting such an interesting program last week. I am always inspired by the creativity, and most recently, by the commitment to 'a better world'. It keeps my cynic's heart at bay! […] again, my heartfelt thanks for your mission and execution. Well done!"

— Teri Cundall, Founder & President, Propville.com

"The event was great, very helpful."

— Marc Perez, Co-President & Founding Partner, Sirk Productions

"[…] I greatly enjoyed attending last night's event and found it very informative — certainly something that's been missing in New York so far."

— Michael Gunther, Director/Producer, Triboro Pictures

"Great presentation tonight. Lots of energetic discussions and questions."

— Campbell Dalglish, Prof. of Screenwriting, MFA in Film & Video at CUNY

"Thanks so much for tonight's event. It was really inspiring and incredibly informative."

— Elizabeth Foley, Founding Faculty Member, Producing Dep't at NYFA

"I enjoyed this evening's townhall presentation and found it very informative."

— William Doll, Writer/Director, World Stage Pictures

"Your Town Hall mtg was stimulating. You managed to attract the right target audience, and I loved your choice of speakers."

— Sandra Schulberg, Founder, Independent Feature Project (IFP)

"I attended the New York Town Hall Meeting and just wanted to thank you for setting up such an informative colloquium. It was my first IIFF event and I look forward to attending more in the future."

— Blythe Frank, Producer, "Kettle of Fish" (Michael Mailer Films)

"Thank you again for a wonderful event last night."

— Morgan Pehme, Co-founder & CEO, Merlion Entertainment

"I'm just writing […] pertaining to the IIFF meeting last night, which I found both entertaining and informative and also promising of great things to come from IIFF in the near future!"

— Thomas Woodrow, Producer, Furnace Films

"I attended the IIFF town hall last week in New York and came away impressed. Thank you for putting together such an excellent panel of speakers. I found [Mr. Trenker's] presentation especially useful. As a former quant at Putnam Investments, I tend to dig into the numbers and [Mr. Trenker's] analysis was illuminating."

— Robert Milacci, Executive Producer, Sinestra Pictures

"I very much enjoyed the seminar last Saturday in Stowe, VT. It was a lot of driving in one day (3.25 hrs. each way…), but worth it. […] Thanks again for a very enlightening day."

— Marjorie Short, Oscar-nominated Writer/Producer/Director, Short Productions

"Just a note to say Larry Meistrich had a good time last night and was impressed with the quality of the group."

— Jeff Silverstein, President of NEHST Access + Learning, NEHST Studios

"As it turns out, my producing partner [producer/director Leszek Burzynski] attended your IIFF meeting in Santa Monica on July 16. He was quite impressed with the presentations."

— Terrance Sweeney, Partner & Producer, Winning Team Studios

"I just wanted to say thanks again for putting on such a great forum last night. […] I really enjoyed the occasion and especially the presentations. They were extremely relevant and really strong, credible presenters."

— Gordon Clark, CEO, The Movie Portfolio Fund

"First, I wanted to say how much I really enjoyed your premier IIFF/LA seminar…!"

— Frank Sacks, Founder & Principal, The Frank Sacks Company

"I had a very enjoyable experience. The seminar was extremely professional and well put together."

— Adam Tantleff, Founder, President & Executive Producer, Sinestra Pictures

"THANKS […] There are no organizations or groups that I have come across that are doing what you and Film Angels are doing."

— J. Martin, Co-Owner, 24 Bros Entertainment

"I cannot express enough gratitude toward the great job that you are doing to help talented filmmakers realize their dreams. God bless you!"

— Mara Vardanyan, Producer, Roman Pictures

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