In Advisor Studio sessions, Sundance Collab Advisors share field experiences and insights into their specific areas of craft, including writing, directing and producing for TV and film. 

The film and television industry is ever changing. Getting your film made and finding consistent work in the field can be a challenge. Join veteran producers/ industry consultants Brian Newman and Ted Hope as they discuss how to navigate your career as a producer and filmmaker in an evolving industry. Learn how to stay relevant, sustain yourself as a producer and stay true to your vision with awareness of gaps in the market. 

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Over a 35-year career, Ted’s been a producer on over 70 films, studio executive on over 60, CEO of a start-up streamer, co-head of 3 production companies, executive director of a film society and festival, a Professor Of Practice at 2 universities, and founder of a post-production facility, 2 websites, 2 think tanks, and an app. As a producer, his films have received 25 Oscar nominations, with 6 wins. more...
Brian Newman, founder of Sub-Genre, consults on content strategy, development, distribution and marketing for some of the top brands in the world. Current and former clients include: The Climate Pledge (Amazon), GoDaddy, IBM, Keen, Mud\Wtr, New York Times, Oatly, Patagonia, Purina, REI, Shopify Studios , Sonos, Stripe, Sundance, Tazo, Unilever, Yeti Coolers, and Zero Point Zero. more...

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