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Dubbed “The Black Sundance,” the Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF) is an annual 4-day celebration of Black Cinema drawing together established filmmakers, popular film and TV stars, writers, directors, industry executives, emerging artists, and diverse audiences from Southern California and around the world. HBFF’s INFOTAINMENT CONFERENCE features a wealth of informational panels and workshops covering a wide variety of topics which include: film production, distribution and marketing, pitching, writing for television and film, in addition to specific programs designed to inform and educate actors.

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Christopher Mack

Warner Bros.
Vice President, Warner Bros. Workshop

Christopher Mack is the Vice President of the Warner Bros. Workshop, where he has worked the past six years.  In addition to the Workshop, Mack covers Two and Half Men and Smallville for the Current Programs department.  

Prior to working at Warner Bros., Mack spent seven years writing on various one hour dramas including, ER, The Practice and The New Twilight Zone.  He also created a Saturday morning show for NBC titled Skate and a TNT movie titled Red Water.  

After graduating from Loyola Law School, Mack got his start at NBC as an associate where he quickly became an executive.  During his time at the newly created NBC studios, he oversaw Fresh Prince of Bel Air, In The house, Homicide: Life on the Streets and The Pretender.