Critical Career Advice for New Film & TV Producers with Gary W. Goldstein (Pretty Woman, Mothman, Under Seige, $1B+ Box Office Revenue)
In this workshop Producer Gary W. Goldstein helps new producers understand the strategic and tactics required to build successful careers in the modern era. If you are wondering how you can build the relationships, and the credits, required to establish yourself as a producer worthy of collaboration, funding, and distribution, you'll find this a very important workshop. IMPORTANT: Right after you sign up, open the confirmation email and click the link provided to get access to the recorded workshop and all supporting resources.
Gary W. Goldstein has produced some of Hollywood’s biggest box-office hits, including PRETTY WOMAN, UNDER SIEGE, & THE MOTHMAN PROPHECIES. His work has generated over One Billion Dollars ($1B) in worldwide revenue and received multiple Academy Award nominations and a Golden Globe, among other honors. Gary began his career as a literary manager, helping screenwriters sell projects to studios and mini-majors. He has served as a mentor and coach to many up and coming industry pros, and his CreativeEdge.com platform provides instruction, mentoring, and community to writers, producers, and hyphenates.
TIP: If you sign up for this workshop, your contact information will be shared with Gary Goldstein so he can give you introductory access to his CreativeEdge.com website.
In this workshop, Gary addresses:
A producer's role in the entertainment industry and how correctly understanding that role sets a new producer up for personal, professional, and financial success.
The tools, resources, and skills new producers need to build in order to build more marketable, and more profitable, projects.
How independent film producers demonstrate their value to high-value screenwriters, lead talent, key crew, investors, banks, and media buyers (including distributors).
How new television producers demonstrate their value to studios and streaming services in a position to commission their work.
Why learning how to build comfortable, collaborative, relationships with effective industry pros is critical to a producer's long term success.
Smart first projects for new film and television producers to undertake.
If you are struggling to understand how to build a career as a feature film, feature documentary, or episodic television producer in the "New Hollywood", you'll find this workshop helps you acquire the clarity and focus you need to move forward.
This workshop comes with:
Attorney Justin Sterling's workshop on right-of-publicity and fair use which can help independent producers identify high-value content to develop and produce.
Attorney Paul S. Levine's workshop on copyright and work-for-hire law which helps producer understand how producers collect and build the bundle of performances and rights they license or sell to distributors and streaming services.
Remember: Right after you sign up, open the confirmation email and click the link provided to get access to all three recorded workshops. Email email@example.com if you run into any trouble at all accessing these resources.
- Gary W. Goldstein 90 Minute Recorded Workshop Covering Career Advice for Producers and Two Attorney-Led Supporting Workshops On Intellectual Property Rights