CINE Golden Eagle for ‘A Shot to Save the World’

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Our year began splendidly when A Shot to Save the World was awarded a CINE Golden Eagle in the Science/Tech documentary category.  I proudly co-ep’d the film with Steeltown Entertainment for Smithsonian Channel.

Read More:

  • Five Takeaways on my experience.
  • How Bill Gates became involved.
  • And coverage by Michael Rose in HuffPo.

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Webinar: Getting the Most Out of Realscreen
Wednesday, January 15, 2014. 12 Noon-130 EST

With Ed Hersh and Peter Hamilton

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Seats are limited, so register now to save and reserve your place in the Webinar.

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Speaking Engagements

Realscreen Summit 2014
Washington DC
Sunday, January 26, 2014 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM

How Audience Research Can Make or Break Your Pitch

Brad Dancer, SVP Programming, Planning and Research, Nat Geo Channel
Brent Stinski, Founder & CEO, Media Predict
Peter Hamilton, Moderator

This workshop will take you step by step through the program approvals process for typical channels highlighting the array of research tools that network executives use to help green light – or renew – your shows; outlining the research data that producers should have at their fingertips before they pitch network development teams; and analyzing how much the ‘gut feel’ of network programmers, producers and agents will give way to an approvals process that relies more heavily on consumer research input.

Asian Side of the Doc
Chengdu, China, March 18-21, 2014
Panel: Crowd-funding Platforms in Asia
Panel: 3D / IMAX/ BIG SCREENS for Docs

MIPDoc
Cannes, April 5-6, 2014
Panel: How to Get the Funds: Co-pro’s and Foundations
Interview: Louis Vaudeville, CC&C Paris: The Apocalypse Franchise

AND, don’t miss Hot Docs in the Big TO
April 24 – May 4, 2014