Hacking Hollywood Film Summit and Pitch Fest

Hacking Hollywood Film Summit and Pitch Fest Set for January 11-12, 2020

Hacking Hollywood

The first ever Hacking Hollywood Pitch Fest, presented by The Jalbert Brothers will take place on Clearwater Beach, FL January 11-12, 2020.

Hacking Hollywood Pitch Fest is scheduled to take place on Clearwater Beach, FL at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites. The Hacking Hollywood Pitch Fest is an event for current and aspiring filmmakers who are looking to take their career to the next level.

The summit strives to arm filmmakers with information that is paramount to their success in the industry. Those who attend can expect an all-around learning experience by hearing from both Hollywood executives and social media influencers who will give you an inside look at the new age of online and streaming content creation.

Tickets are limited and range from $99 for a day pass up to $399 for access to the full event and to pitch your project to industry working professionals.

Speakers and industry professionals scheduled to be at the event include Executive Producer Jason Hewitt of Films in Motion known for movies like Left Behind starring Nicolas Cage. Tom Malloy from Trick Candle Productions and Glass House Distribution known for movies like The Alphabet Killer starring Eliza Dushku, Cary Elwes, and Timothy Hutton.  Executive Producer Marc Gold from Fresh Cats Productions known for movie like Wish Man staring actors like Danny Trejo, Robert Pine and Tom Sizemore.  Adam Fisher – Armed with a background in production and finance, Adam runs the day-to-day operations of Complete Production Group’s (CPG’s) West Coast office in Los Angeles where he currently serves as the companies President & Managing Partner.

There will be more speakers and details announced soon.

For Tickets and information visit:

www.eventbrite.com/e/hacking-hollywood-pitch-fest-tickets-61941852749

For More info Visit: www.jalbertbrothers.com

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