A one-day, fact-filled seminar at Chicago's Cinespace Film Studios with top Chicago entertainment lawyer Hal "Corky" Kessler! He teaches at Cannes, Toronto and Sundance -- and now right here in Chicago! When Corky says "Chicago is the best place to make a movie right now. Better than L.A.," you need to understand what he knows and why he says that.
SATURDAY, OCT. 26TH - 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(check-in and coffee at 8 a.m. -- we start promptly at 9 a.m.!)
$45 includes a boxed lunch and a tour of the Cinespace soundstages.
Learn the mysteries from the master!
- Protect your screenplay
- Structure your company the smart way
- Where the money is ... and how to get it!
- Sweet tax breaks from the government and the states
- The right first moves to assemble your creative team
- ... and much more! All your questions answered!
If you're at the point in your career where you're ready to actually make your first 90-minute feature length film -- you need this seminar. Learn about the rookie mistakes that can keep you from successfully completing your film. And learn the right way to get things done with proper documentation, contracts and finances!
Publicity partners for this must-attend, day-long seminar are Cinespace Film Studios, Chicago Filmmakers, ChicagoHollywood and the Chicago Screenwriters Network:
PARKING: Free in Cinespace Film Studio parking lot, or on surrounding streets.
MASS TRANSIT: Western or California on the Pink Line, and walk north about four blocks.
BOXED LUNCH: Includes a hearty sandwich and assorted goodies + bottled water. If you are gluten/wheat allergic or vegetarian, click the "Contact the Organizer" button ... and start your e-mail message with "GLUTEN FREE LUNCH" (salad, gluten-free roll and piece of whole fruit) or "VEGETARIAN LUNCH" (specify veggie sandwich OR veggie salad) and we'll order you a special lunch box. But you must order by end-of-day Monday, Oct. 21st -- after that, you're on your own :-).
When & Where
Rob Conrad (promoter)
Rob is a professional videographer and promoter. Click the "Contact the Organizer" button to e-mail Rob