APRIL 26 - 29, 2018


All venues are           accessible.



FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2017

Making, Distributing,

Marketing & Watching:

What’s the Impact of Digital?


Eric B. Stein, Moderator

Founder, Impact Global Media


Like many industries, the content distribution landscape is certainly changing due to digital.

We'll cover each of these categories related to Film & TV content business:


1. Production: Covering the decreased budgets required

to produce content


2. Distribution: The ease by which "anyone" can cost

effectively release globally


3. Marketing: How can the distributor and audience

find each other?


4. Watching: Consumers continue to view on the

living room "TV", tablets, mobile, etc.


The rules are transforming completely.  Not since the television arrived in our living rooms has the media business been transformed so dramatically as it is today, and it’s seemingly generational, fragmented and nascent.


Magoos Pizza Truck will be outside of the venue for pizza purchases



Eric B Stein: Founder of Impact Global Media, Eric B. Stein, is one of the leading digital media distribution and licensing executives - and has been at the forefront of digital conversion, having held positions at small start up (Content Licensing and Business Development - CinemaNow), major Tech (Digital Entertainment Services team at HP) and major studio (Sales, Programming, and Acquisitions - Warner Bros).



Dion Eusepi: Dion Eusepi’s work includes comprehensive platform solutions for digital content distribution, delivery,and marketing that exploit the emerging multiscreen entertainment eco-system. His efforts with Synimatica enable technology tools and platforms that help fundraisers, festivals, and independent filmmakers shape the future on screens of all sizes using multiple technologies to seed projects and reach modern and globally diverse audiences.


Matthew Stibbe:  Matthew Stibbe has a long and successful career encompassing all aspects of direct to consumer digital development, marketing, engagement and growth strategies.  With over 15 years of experience building scalable digital platforms, his strategies have directly generated over $25M+ in revenue and developed and nurtured millions of contacts for fortune 500, mid-sized and startup companies.


Michael Dunway:  MICHAEL DUNWAY is the producer and director of 21 YEARS: RICHARD LINKLATER and THE MAN WHO ATE NEW ORLEANS.  He is also the Creative Producer of the Sarasota Film Festival ("Indie Film's Best-Kept Secret" - Indiewire) and the Movies Editor of the award-winning Paste Magazine (more than five million monthly readers).



5:30pm - 6:30pm




Producing, Shooting and Selling your Indie Film



Kyle Tekiela: Kyle is a five-time Emmy Award winner and co-founder of Artimage Entertainment, a film and television production based in Hollywood, California.


In 2013 he Produced the horror comedy “Burying The Ex” Directed by genre legend Joe Dante and starring the late Anton Yelchin. The film made its world premiere at the 2014 Venice Film Festival and was distributed theatrically 2015 by Image Entertainment. Other genre projects include Cabin Fever, Intruder, and The Midnight Man scheduled for release in 2017.


Kyle’s latest Producing effort, “Mudbound”, directed by Dee Rees and starring Garrett Hedlund, Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, Jason Mitchell, Mary J Blige, and Jonathan Banks, premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival where it received rapturous reviews, and was purchased by Netflix, becoming the largest acquisition at the fest and the second largest in Sundance history. The film currently boasts a 96% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.


Kyle is also Co-Founder and Executive of the Grey Hawk Film Development Fund.



Will Clevinger:  William Clevinger produced his first feature film Automaton Transfusion at the age of 20. The Weinstein Company purchased the feature in 2006 for four times the budget that it was made for. In 2012, Will produced The Devil’s Carnival directed by Darren Lynn Bousman (SAW 2-4.) The following year he produced The Curse of Downer’s Grove, written by Bret Easton Ellis, he followed with the films 37 and Midnight Sex Run. 2014 saw Will produce Submerged, the films Other People’s Children starring Chad Michael Murray, Life At These Speeds with Billy Crudup & Tim Roth, Threshold with Randy Wayne, & Rehearsal starring Bruce Greenwood, Dean Geyer, Deborah Kara Unger, & Rob Morrow. In 2015 he co-produced Jack Goes Home, the directorial debut of Thomas Dekker starring Rory Culkin, Britt Robertson, Nikki Reed, & Natasha Lyonne. He followed that up with the ensemble star studded crime caper comedy The Brits Are Coming starring Uma Thurman, Tim Roth, Alice Eve, Parker Posey, Stephen Fry, & Sofia Vergara. The start of 2016 he oversaw production on Kevin Smith’s tv series pilot, Hollyweed and was a producer on the film Fat Camp. He completed 2016 producing the action comedy Office Uprising starring Brenton Thwaites, Jane Levy, Zachary Levi, & Karan Soni. He is also in development on the biopic McQueen, about legendary actor Steve McQueen. To date, Will has produced over 30 projects spanning in film, television, and the web. He also oversees production for Lake Forest Entertainment and is a partner and the President of Production for film finance company Film Wealth, with producing partner Elliott Michael Smith, He also plays in the celebrity basketball league know as the E-League for Hollywood's elite.


Brandon Cox: Highly successful Director of Photography, on projects such as "Escape Plan 2", "Arsenal", "Extraction" and more...


THE VENUE   |  $10

Includes Complimentary food by Brazen/Cash bar




Tim & Christine