The Talent You Don't See
90 Minute Running Time
7pm Tuesday, September 17th
Reception to follow hosted by the Colorado Film & Video Association
The 2nd in this year's series of quarterly industry panels focuses on giving local professionals the inside scoop from every angle of the business from the best in the business. Moderated by local film critic Bob Denerstein, The Talent You Don't See centers on aligning the right players to get your film greenlit, including producers, directors and cast.
Dreambridge Films is a New York based film development, production and financing company. Founded in 2008 by Todd J. Labarowski, the company has received attention and awards across the globe premiering at Sundance, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca, LA Film Festival, South By Southwest, the Gotham Awards, the Film Independent Spirit Awards, the Golden Globe Awards and The Academy Awards.
Focusing primarily on innovative storytelling with premiere talent, Todd J. Labarowski produced The Kids Are All Right, an acclaimed film that was the 2010 Sundance Film Festival darling directed by Lisa Cholodenko and starring Julianne Moore, Annette Bening, Mark Ruffalo, Mia Wasikowska and Josh Hutcherson, which garnered 4 Academy Award nominations, 2 Golden Globe wins, as well as 4 BAFTA and 5 Independent Spirit Award nominations.
Danielle Renfrew Behrens
Danielle Renfrew Behrens is an accomplished independent producer with credits ranging from grassroots documentaries to major motion pictures. Her most recent film THE QUEEN OF VERSAILLES premiered as the opening night film at Sundance 2012 and received the Grand Jury Prize for Directing. The New York Times called QUEEN “a gaudy guilty please that is also a piece of trenchant social criticism” and Entertainment Weekly wrote “Grade A! Succulently entertaining. The next big documentary-as cultural touchstone.” The film was released theatrically by Magnolia Pictures and was broadcast on Bravo.
Danielle has had four other features premiere at Sundance, including Fox Searchlight’s WAITRESS, Miramax’s AMERICAN SON, and Sony Classics’ NOVEMBER and GROOVE. She also produced Miramax’s DALTRY CALHOUN with Quentin Tarantino, DOUBLE DARE, which premiered at Toronto and aired on PBS, and ONE NATION UNDER DOG for HBO. Danielle has served on the jury for Los Angeles Film Fest and the Starz Denver Film Festival and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for producing. She is currently in pre-production on the first authorized documentary about Kurt Cobain with Oscar nominated director Brett Morgen.