New York, NY – August 11, 2011
Cardozo Law School | August 11, 2011 | 5:30PM
Your film is in the can, now it’s time to bring it to the masses. Instant online streaming, and VOD provide independent filmmakers a luring alternative to the traditional theatrical route. This panel of experts will help you navigate the legal process involved. Co-hosted with the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Entertainment Law Committee.
Moderated by Jennifer Choe Groves.
Jennifer Choe Groves is a Partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP. She chairs the firm’s International Intellectual Property Rights and Entertainment group.
Theo Cheng, Partner at Yoon & Kim LLP, has over thirteen years of litigation experience, specializing in intellectual property.
David Hou is responsible for DramaFever.com’s marketing, public relations, and audience development.
Mynette Louie is a New York-based independent film producer.
Steven Masur is a Senior Partner at MasurLaw with over fifteen years of experience working with digital media, entertainment, technology and venture companies. Masur is currently a member of the Producers Guild of America-New Media Council.
Chi-hui Yang is a film programmer, lecturer and writer based in New York, and the curator of “Cinema Asian America,” a new On-Demand service offered by Comcast.
$25 Panel + Reception + WHEN HAINAN MEETS TEOCHEW screening | $20 for Members
$15 Panel + Reception | $12 for Members
PANEL & RECEPTION
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law – The Jacob Burns Moot Court Room
55 Fifth Ave (12th & 13th St)
New York, New York 10003
Clearview Chelsea Cinemas
260 West 23rd St (7th & 8th Ave)
New York, New York 10011