PRODUCTION JOURNAL: Danny Jiminian on Strategic Planning for Content Creators panel at the IPRHFF (Nov. 12, 2016) 10-11 AM

Tomorrow I have the privilege of being on a panel at the International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival (IPRHFF) with 2 talented and experienced filmmakers and producers, Christopher Lopez and Sonia Malfa. It will be moderated by consultant, Roxana Colorado.  We will share our experiences and advice on effective and strategic ways to get your film or tv show across the finish line. Among a number of topics, I'll be focusing specifically on how to protect yourself when you pitch a film, why you should always use contracts and how to build a relationship of trust with your investors. Hope to see you there!

IPRHFF Multimedia Conference: TV, Film and New Media 
New Location: Hunter College 68th St. & Lexington Avenue, Southwest corner West Building Room 714 
[Please provide ID at Visitor's Service Desk at building entrance]
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM (Six Panels) 
22 Latino Thought Leaders in Media & Entertainment and Moderators 

All of the panels are worth going to but I will only be on the first one from 10:00 - 11:00 AM.

Strategic Planning for Content Creators: 
Pre-production, Pre-production, Pre-production: 
Proposals, Mission Statement, Budget, Legal for Filmmaking/TV/New Media 
Moderator: Roxana Colorado, LN Strategic Consulting Services 
Danny Jiminian, Esq. 
Christopher Lopez: Director/Screenwriter, Adrift 
Sonia Malfa: Filmmaker/TV Producer


Jiminian Law PLLC is devoted to helping clients in all areas of business, nonprofits, copyrights, trademark, sports and entertainment law.  Providing knowledgeable and effective representation are the keys to my success.  Danny Jiminian, Esq. is available for a free consultation if you call him at 917.388.3574 or 929.322.3546 or email him at danny(at)


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