Step 1 of 5: Event Information

From First Funding to Final Cut: Advising Filmmaker Clients

Date:
5/1/2013
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Location:
ACBA
70 Washington Street
Suite 200
Oakland CA, 94607
Registration Closes:
4/30/2013
Everyone these days wants to make a film and technology now makes it possible to do so. But, if your clients want more than their friends and family to see their work of art, they need to take the necessary steps to make sure they are able to show it to the public.

This panel workshop will give a high-level view of what is necessary to give the film its best opportunity for success. We will review setting up the correct entity to own the film, creating a chain of title to ensure distribution, and the intellectual property concerns and pitfalls that arise in filmmaking.

Speakers:
Richard J. Lee
First Funding to Final Cut
5/1/2013 12:00 AM
Richard J. Lee has been an attorney in private practice for more than 30 years. His practice emphasizes estate planning, probate and business transactional work, including non-profit organizations and independent filmmakers. Mr. Lee helped establish the Film Arts Foundation in 1976 and served on its counsel until 2008, when he assisted in the transition of the services it provided to the San Francisco Film Society. As one of the first panel members of Bay Area Lawyers for the Arts (now California Lawyers for the Arts), he represents many non-profit corporations, including numerous filmmakers and videographers, and provides group legal services to members of the San Francisco Film Society.
Justine Jacob
From First Funding to Final Cut
5/1/2013 12:00 AM
Justine Jacob's practice focuses on independent filmmakers and their needs from development through distribution. She has made two feature length, award-winning documentary films: 'Runners High', and 'Ready, Set, Bag!'
Andrew K. Jacobson
From First Funding to Final Cut
5/1/2013 12:00 AM
Andrew Jacobson has been advising business and intellectual property clients for more than 20 years, in areas such as employment, business litigation, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights. Since 2004, he has been an instructor in the Business of Media class at Ex'Pression College for Digital Arts in Emeryville.
Event Cost:
MCLE-Plus Members
$0.00
Intellectual Property Section Members
$35.00
Business Section Members
$35.00
ACBA Members
$50.00
Non-Members
$65.00
Credits:
General
1 hr(s)