Film Finance & Distribution
IndieCon presents Film Finance & Distribution. Our guest speakers will offer valuable insights on available financing options, how to close investors, securing the right distribution model, an in-depth look at foreign distributors, markets and territories, film promotion and advertising. You'll learn the techniques of successful entertainment professionals who have secured the right kind of deals despite the negative economy. Our highlighted panelists include:
On Saturday, August 6th, 2011, IndieCon presents a seminar event with master Cinematographers:
Representatives from Relativity Media, Warner Brothers, CBS and Universal Pictures will also be present.
August 6, 2011
Tickets are available at the door on the day of the event:
We look forward to seeing you at the next IndieCon!
IndieCon highlights an important business and creative discipline of indie Filmmaking, Games and Animation, in which prominent industry guest speakers present their ideas, strategies and insights. IndieCon is a education and networking forum for visual storytellers.
Marc Clebanoff (Moderator) is an award winning filmmaker. In 2004 Clebanoff established his production company Odyssey Motion Pictures under which he has produced and/or directed numerous award winning feature films including Unspoken, The Pink Conspiracy, Break starring Michael Madsen, Charles Durning & David Carradine, Gerald starring Louis Mandylor & Mickey Rooney & Pound of Flesh starring Malcolm McDowell. Clebanoff sits on the board of the Sacramento Int'l Film Festival as well as the Downbeach Film Festival in Atlantic City, NJ. He is also the grandson of world-renowned musician and composer, Herman Clebanoff.
Gena Vazquez (Co-Chair)
Following her emergence as a mover and shaker in the Silicon Valley
tech trade of the booming 90's, Gena Vazquez forged head first into
the wilds of the entertainment industry, encouraged along the way by
her retinue of entertainment industry friends. The late director,
George Hickenlooper, acquainted with Gena's brash style, teased
that she was "made for this business." Never one to shy away from
a challenge and armed with an analog Rolodex designed to circumvent
every press agent in town, Gena has made her presence and intentions
known in Hollywood.