2012 SBIFF Producers’ Panel: Movers & Shakers

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As the presenting sponsor of the 27th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival, lynda.com is once again pleased to open the door to four entertainment industry panels that feature some of Hollywood’s top talent from the world of producers, directors, and screenwriters. Panelists are carefully chosen during the awards season and include many you’ll see on the Golden Globes® and the Oscars®.

Moderated by Patrick Goldstein (Los Angeles Times columnist for “The Big Picture”), the festival lit up the marquee with a panel of Oscar®-nominated producers you’ll certainly see on the red carpet on February 26, 2012. These professionals cover a wide range of films, from huge-budget effects movies to smaller, ensemble-casted dramas. Graham King (Hugo), who marks his fourth film
with director Martin Scorsese, tells how they worked together to shoot their first 3D film—and their first with kids and animals.

Mike De Luca (Moneyball) needed to develop a working relationship with Major League Baseball, who had final cut on his film.

Bill Pohlad (The Tree of Life) talks about the 10 years it took to green light his film and the obstacles along the way. Jim Burke(The Descendants) worked with director Alexander Payne to put every dollar on the screen while shooting in Hawaii, known to be an expensive location. Letty Aronson (Midnight in Paris) shares the unique working relationship she has with director (and brother) Woody Allen.

Despite the impressive resumes of all of these producers, getting every one of these feature films to the screen presented new challenges.

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