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Third Produced By Conference To Be Held at Disney June 3 to 5

Photo of Anne Thompson By Anne Thompson | Thompson on Hollywood March 29, 2011 at 9:44AM

The Produced By Conference is growing, adding scale and scope and --it hopes--enough participants to make back its costs. After starting out at Sony and moving to Fox last summer, this year's installment of PBC, co-chaired by Marshall Herskovitz, Gale Anne Hurd and Rachel Klein, will take place at Disney and ABC from June 3-5, partnered with AFCI’s Locations Show on the same weekend. Speakers include Sean Bailey, Mark Gordon, indieWIRE editor-in-chief Dana Harris, Mark Johnson, Damon Lindelof, Lauren Shuler Donner, John Sloss, Ricky Strauss and Harvey Weinstein.
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Thompson on Hollywood

The Produced By Conference is growing, adding scale and scope and --it hopes--enough participants to make back its costs. After starting out at Sony and moving to Fox last summer, this year's installment of PBC, co-chaired by Marshall Herskovitz, Gale Anne Hurd and Rachel Klein, will take place at Disney and ABC from June 3-5, partnered with AFCI’s Locations Show on the same weekend. Speakers include Sean Bailey, Mark Gordon, indieWIRE editor-in-chief Dana Harris, Mark Johnson, Damon Lindelof, Lauren Shuler Donner, John Sloss, Ricky Strauss and Harvey Weinstein.

The full list of speakers is below.

The 2011 PBC reaches across film, television and new media with over 20 conference sessions, panels, mentoring roundtables and workshops. Among the topics to be covered are global finance, producer/director collaboration, distribution, independent film, scripted television, reality television, digital content and brand identity. Over 150 exhibitors and sponsors are on board. The AFCI Locations will bring in more than 300 film commissions from around the world which collectively represent over $2 billion in financing and incentives for filmmakers.

More than 1,100 producers attended last year, asserts the PGA. More information is at ProducedByConference.com.


Sean Bailey (President, Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production, TRON: LEGACY)
Joe Berlinger (CRUDE, METALLICA: SOME KIND OF MONSTER)
Jason Blum (PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 1-2, INSIDIOUS)
Ian Bryce (TRANSFORMERS 1-3, SPIDERMAN, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN)
Adam Chapnick (CEO, Distribber.com)
Albert Cheng (EVP, Digital Media, Disney/ABC Television Group)
Marc Cherry (“Desperate Housewives”)
Joseph Chianese (SVP, Tax & Production Planning, Entertainment Partners)
Charlie Corwin (HALF NELSON, THE SQUID AND THE WHALE, “LA Ink”)
Kris Eber (Disney’s “Movie Surfers,” “Muppet’s Bohemian Rhapsody”)
Jon Fougner (Principal, Product Marketing Monetization, Facebook)
Nolan Gallagher (Founder & CEO, Gravitas Ventures)
Tim Gibbons (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”)
Mark Gordon (SOURCE CODE, SAVING PRIVATE RYAN, “Grey’s Anatomy”)
John Hadity (MASTER HAROLD AND THE BOYS, BURNING BLUE)
Dana Harris (Editor-in-Chief, IndieWIRE)
Marshall Herskovitz (LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS, BLOOD DIAMOND, “thirtysomething”)
Gale Anne Hurd (“The Walking Dead,” THE INCREDIBLE HULK, THE TERMINATOR Trilogy)
Mark Johnson (THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA, DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK, “Breaking Bad”)
Barry Jossen (Executive Vice President, Creative & Production, ABC Studios)
Hawk Koch (SOURCE CODE, PRIMAL FEAR, WAYNE’S WORLD)
Paul Kontonis (VP & Group Director, Brand Content, The Third Act, Digitas)
Damon Lindelof (“Lost”)
Simon Lythgoe (CMT’s “Next Superstar,” Former Producer, “America Idol,” “So You Think You Can Dance”)
Andrew Marlowe (“Castle”)
Lori McCreary (INVICTUS, “Through the Wormhole”)
Keri Putnam (Executive Director, Sundance Institute)
Lauren Shuler Donner (X-MEN Franchise, FREE WILLY 1-3, THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES)
John Sloss (EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP, THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT)
Ricky Strauss (WAITING FOR “SUPERMAN,” FAIR GAME, THE BEAVER)
William Stuart (THE ROCK, EDDIE AND THE CRUISERS, HOLY MATRIMONY)
Larry Tanz (President, Vuguru LLC)
Chris Thomes (Executive Director, Digital Production & Programming, Saban Brands LLC)
David Tochterman (Head of Digital Media, Innovative Artists)
Hayma “Screech” Washington (“The Amazing Race”)
Harvey Weinstein (THE KING’S SPEECH, BLUE VALENTINE, MIRAL)

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Born and raised in Manhattan, Anne Thompson grew up going to the Thalia and The New Yorker and wound up at grad Cinema Studies at NYU. She worked at United Artists and Film Comment before heading west as that magazine's west coast editor. She wrote for the LA Weekly, Sight and Sound, Empire, The New York Times and Entertainment Weekly before serving as West Coast Editor of Premiere. She wrote for The Washington Post, The London Observer, Wired, More, and Vanity Fair, and did staff stints at The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. She eventually took her blog Thompson on Hollywood to Indiewire. She taught film criticism at USC Critical Studies, and continues to host the fall semester of “Sneak Previews” for UCLA Extension.