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Innovation Talk: Mark Duplass & Pete Hammond

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Monday, June 28 6:00PM - 7:00PM
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PROGRAM AVAILABLE FROM 6/28 AT 6PM MT - 7/11

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From his memorable roles on screen to captivating audiences with his work behind the camera, Mark Duplass has consistently pushed the boundaries of filmmaking. Join Pete Hammond, Deadline’s Chief Film Critic, for an inspiring conversation with Duplass covering his latest work with projects like Lady and the Dale, Sasquatch, Her Effortless Brilliance: A Celebration of Lynn Shelton thru Words and Music and other highlights from his impactful career that continues to encourage and inspire communities of independent content creators around the world.

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Under their banner Duplass Brothers Productions (DBP), award-winning filmmakers Mark Duplass along with his brother Jay and Mel Eslyn create original projects for film, television, and digital media. In television, DBP is under a first-look deal with HBO which has yielded the hit series Room 104, Togetherness, and the HBO animated series Animals, which sold after premiering at Sundance in 2015. Currently, DBP is producing a series for HBO starring Bridget Everett. DBP is also active in the docuseries television space, best known for producing Netflix’s Wild Wild Country, winner of the Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series in 2018. Most recently, DBP produced the popular series The Lady and the Dale, which followed Elizabeth Carmichael, a larger-than-life entrepreneur who rose to prominence in the 1970's with her promotion of a fuel-efficient, three-wheeled car known as The Dale. DBP also produced the Hulu docuseries Sasquatch, which follows investigative journalist David Holthouse as he attempts to solve a bizarre twenty-five year old triple homicide that was said to be the work of a mythical creature. The team also produced On Tour With Asperger's Are Us for HBO, as well as Evil Genius for Netflix. DBP is also active in the docuseries television space, best known for producing Netflix’s Wild Wild Country, winner of the Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series in 2018. Most recently, DBP produced the popular series The Lady and the Dale on HBO, which followed Elizabeth Carmichael, a larger-than-life entrepreneur who rose to prominence in the 1970's with her promotion of a fuel-efficient, three-wheeled car known as The Dale. The team also produced On Tour with Asperger's Are Us for HBO, as well as Evil Genius for Netflix. DBP's next docuseries Sasquatch airs on Hulu this Spring.

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Pete Hammond is currently the chief film critic for Deadline Hollywood. For the past ten years, he has also been Awards Editor and Columnist for Deadline (previously he was doing a similar column for the Los Angeles Times/“The Envelope”). He served as film critic for Boxoffice Magazine, Backstage Magazine, Hollywood.com, Movieline, and for Maxim magazine (for three years) and was a frequent contributor to Variety. He is in his nineteenth year as host of the KCET Cinema Series in Los Angeles, and UCLA extension’s Sneak Preview for the past ten years. He can also be seen hosting the TV series showcasing classic films Must See Movies every Friday night and Saturday afternoon on KCET, Southern California’s PBS station. He has hosted panels at AFI Fest, the Santa Barbara Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, CineVegas, San Francisco Film Festival, and Cannes Film Festival, and has interviewed top stars and filmmakers at screenings for such groups as SAG, DGA, BAFTA, and WGA. He has held producing positions at Entertainment Tonight, Extra, Access Hollywood, the Arsenio Hall Show (as well as being a writer for the show), the Martin Short Show, and the AMC network. He is the recipient of five Emmy nominations for his TV writing and is the winner of the 1996 Publicists Guild of America’s Press Award and is only the second journalist in the organization’s 50-year history to receive the award twice winning again in 2013. He also served on the Board of Governors for the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences representing writers for six years.


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