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Decoding COVID-19 Production Guidelines for Scripted Series

Producers Governors Keith Raskin & Tony Carey, Production Executives Governors Keiren Fisher & Lucia Gervino and Television Executives Governors Debra Curtis & Jo DiSante, along with their Peer Group Executive Committees, invite you to

Decoding COVID-19 Production Guidelines for Scripted Series

Please join us for an in-depth discussion of the COVID-19 Production Guidelines (as applied to scripted production) from three points of view.

Planned Panels:*

LABOR RELATIONS & SAFETY
What are the lessons learned to date from post-shutdown production?
Marc Sandman, SVP, Labor Relations, Walt Disney Television
Chris Velvin, VP, Risk Management, Viacom
 
PRODUCTION EXECUTIVES
What is the studio perspective on the return to production?
Ed Lammi, EVP of Physical Production, Sony Pictures Television
Jayne Bieber, SVP Production, FREEFORM
Robert Boyd, General Manager and COO, Swirl Films (Atlanta, GA)
 
BELOW THE LINE
What are the experts' insights on crew concerns and expectations?
Danny Stephens, Local 80 Co-Chair, Covid Safety Committee & Key Grip
Van Hayden (DGA), 1st AD
 
PRODUCERS
What are the lessons learned to date from post-shutdown production?
Corrado Trionfera, Co-Executive Producer, Leonardo
Ann Willmott, Line Producer, The Bold & the Beautiful

Moderated by:

  • Kris Eber, Producer, The Muppets, The Kids Are Alright, Sunnyside

Each segment will be 20 minutes followed by a 10-minute Q&A.

Special thanks to Chris Thomes and David Hartle for technical support.

*Panelists subject to change

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WHEN:

Monday, July 06, 2020 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm PDT

WHERE:

This event will be presented online.

Produced By

This event is presented and hosted
by the Television Academy.

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