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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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Sunday, October 28 • 1:30pm - 3:30pm
2012 HBFF Pitchathon

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Presented by Mozell Entertainment Group

A panel of seasoned writers, producers and executives discuss how to craft a compelling pitch in 30-60 seconds, how to excite and entice your listener in order to get them to want to read your script, and more. Reserve your spot to pitch your project and receive feedback from the panel on how to make the pitch more sellable. 

Separate PITCHATHON REGISTRATION required to pitch. Festival attendees are welcome to come and watch for free.  LIMITED to 20 PITCHES. $30 Pitch Fee.


The Winner of the Pitchathon receives the following:

-MOZELL ENTERTAINMENT GROUP will present a private reading of the script at 1010 Wilshire in front of a host of celebrity and high level guests (but it has to be cast by the writer).
-MOZELL ENTERTAINMENT GROUP will give the writer $250 to help produce the reading.
-The reading will take place before December 1, 2012.

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Jeff Byrd

Director, Feather Films
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Devorah Cutler-Rubenstein

President, Noble House Entertainment
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Mike Regen

Senior Vice President of Acquisitions, RBC Film Group
As Senior Vice President of Acquisitions at RBC Film Group, Mike Regen wearsmultiple hats that give him a unique perspective on the process ofacquiring, producing and marketing films. RBC Film Group is distributed byEntertainment One and is a new entity of RBC Records which is one of theleading independent record companies in the country. Once the opportunitycame up to run the film division at RBC, Regen thought it was a challenge hecould not... Read More →
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Richard Willis, Jr.

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Chay Alexander Wright

Owner/President, look alike productions, LLC
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Sunday October 28, 2012 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Great Room, W Hotel 6250 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028

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