Film and TV During COVID-19 (Virtual Event)

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Tuesday / September 22, 2020 / 3:00 p.m.
Virtual Event
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As the film and TV industries begin to reopen for production, let's take a look ahead. Get some updates on current plans, what you can expect over the next three to six months, and next steps you can take to get ahead as things reopen. Join Mike Mosallam (M.M. '06, musical theater) for this exclusive Conservatory event.

About Mike Mosallam

Mike Mosallam is a producer, director, and writer for theater, film, and television. Through his production company, Mike Mosallam Productions, he and his team produced the short films Breaking Fast (Cannes Film Festival) and Brothers (Leeds Queer Film Festival), both directed by Mosallam, along with the upcoming Ubuntu. His feature length production of Breaking Fast was released in 2020. He is the creator and co-executive-producer of the critically-acclaimed TLC series, All-American Muslim. On the theater side, Mosallam has produced and directed more than 100 theatrical productions from large-scale musicals to intimate cabaret settings, as well as plays, concerts, and multimedia theatrical events. After eight years in New York and Los Angeles, Mosallam returned to Michigan in 2009 to head a new initiative, the Wayne County Film Office, and helped attract more than 70 titles to the metro Detroit area. Since January 2012, he has worked in production planning and development for Sunset Studios, Netflix, IO, and HBO where he worked with shows such as Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder, Looking and Togetherness.

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