It’s that time of year again: colder weather, hot chocolate, cozy fires, and Christmas movies. These festive movies come in all shapes and sizes, but there’s one type that dwarfs the others: The Hallmark Christmas Movie. This year, Hallmark will put out over 20 Christmas movies and, for writers interested in writing holiday movies, it’s a critical format to understand.
To spread some cheer this holiday season, Roadmap welcomes Justine Wentzell back to give us the secrets to the Hallmark Christmas movie!
This 60-Minute Webinar Will Cover:
Justine Wentzell is a natural left and right brain executive who was a key member of and ultimately led the Acquisitions & Co-Productions team at MarVista Entertainment, a worldwide distribution and production company in the film and television space. There she worked on numerous productions from development through to release. She has a proven track record of forging strategic relationships and bringing in and crafting new business globally. As part of the Recording Academy’s Advocacy Committee, she works with the Academy to update music law and protect creators’ rights.
Justine received her Juris Doctorate having completed the Intellectual Property Certificate Program at Whittier Law School in 2013 and is licensed to practice law in the state of Tennessee. She also received her B.A. in Global and International Studies, with a minor in Russian, from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2009. Her global background and love for learning languages (she speaks Spanish, Chinese, Russian, and is learning French) gives her deep insights into different cultures and people. Recently, Justine released her first book, “Pocket Full of Dreams,” which is available worldwide on Amazon. 13% of the proceeds goes to Break the Cycle, a non-profit organization working with teens and young adults to create a culture without abuse. Find out more on her blog www.lovejustine.com.
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