cgpbadgelatc3William Nix an Industry Panelist at the 2015 LATC Los Angeles Immersion Program

Steve Solot, Founder and President of the Latin American Training Center, and CPG Advisory Board Member, along with Kate Lyra, Daniel Dreifuss and Daniel Pisano lead the November 2-7, 2015 global audiovisual industry professionals will have the opportunity to experience an “immersion” into the U.S. audiovisual industry. Through an intensive schedule of meetings, presentations, round tables and networking with film and television executives, consultants, talent agents, entertainment lawyers, each participant in the LATC Immersion Program have access to commercial, legal, marketing, artistic, academic and new media industry executives and exposure to a wide range of aspects of the US audiovisual industry, and an exclusive insider’s tour to selected events access of the American Film Market 2015.

The Global Immersion Program is designed for international film and television industry professionals, the Program offers the opportunity to explore, understand and access the enormous potential of the global and US entertainment market. The Program is organized by the Latin American Training Center-LATC with support of the Independent Film & Television Alliance – IFTA and the National Association of Latino Independent Producers-NALIP.

During the Program, participants have the opportunity to ask specific questions and discuss their projects with US-based producers, agents, studio executives and distributors, to generate real possibilities for development, financing, distribution and co-production. William Nix, Chairman of CPG, will present a current overview of the U.S. Theatrical, Television and New Media Digital Marketplaces, covering Key 2015 Trends, followed by a Q&A exchange with the participants.

Among the many companies and organizations that have collaborated with the LATC Global Immersion Programs in previous editions, as well as this year's, are: Independent Film & Television Alliance (IFTA) Foundation, National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP), Producers Guild of America (PGA), Creative Artists Agency (CAA), William Morris Endeavor Entertainment (WME2), Motion Picture Association of America-MPAA, Directors Guild of America (DGA), The Radmin Company, American Film Institute (AFI), the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), Focus Features, Sony Pictures Classics, HBO Documentaries, Goldcrest Films, Overture Films, Circle of Confusion, Cinema Tropical, the Independent Film Channel, Phoenix Picture, UTA, Participant Media and Creative Projects Group.

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