Lee Meltzer is a New York based entertainment strategist representing films, TV shows, talent, festivals, brand, gaming, VR clients at PMK*BNC. He has recently spearheaded publicity for films including FilmRise’s DARK RIVER and WHO WE ARE NOW, Magnolia Pictures’ THE QUEST OF ALAIN DUCASSE, HBO’s THE ZEN DIARIES OF GARRY SHANDLING and MAY IT LAST: A PORTRAIT OF THE AVETT BROTHERS, Showtime’s NEW WAVE: DARE TO BE DIFFERENT, The Orchard’s JEREMIAH TOWER: THE LAST MAGNIFICENT, Samuel Goldwyn Film’s GOOK (Sundance 2017 NEXT Audience Award Winner) and Barbara Kopple’s THIS IS EVERYTHING: GIGI GORGEOUS and RUNNING FROM CRAZY.
RJ MILLARD has worked in the entertainment industry for over twenty years. He currently runs his own marketing, publicity and sales agency, Obscured Pictures. Clients include Bleecker Street, Amazon Studios, Focus Features, IMAX, Roadside Attractions, A24, IFC Films, Broad Green Pictures and more. He has overseen campaigns for top filmmakers from Terrence Malick (VOYAGE OF TIME) to Jim Jarmusch (GIMME DANGER) and ran awards campaigns for multiple Academy Award nominated films. He previously held top positions at Focus Features, Samuel Goldwyn Films/Roadside Attractions and the Sundance Film Festival.
TOM DAVIA is a trusted authority on world film sales, acquisitions & distribution, as well as film festival programming & management. He is the Founder & CEO of US production company and international consulting outfit CINEMAVEN and is also an accomplished and award-winning producer (Are We Not Cats; El aprendiz; La granja). His expertise comes from an impressive variety of management and key consulting positions at notable film organizations worldwide, including sales company Shoreline Entertainment and the Sundance, Venice, Dubai, Hamptons & Miami film festivals, among others. Tom has been involved in the production & distribution of dozens of films in every imaginable genre over 20 years of experience, and his work & success with such contemporary Latin American cinema classics as La nana (Chile), 7 Cajas (Paraguay), Contracorriente (Colombia), Zona sur (Bolivia), Un mundo secreto (Mexico) and A cadeira do pai (Brazil) is particularly relevant.