Reddit Entertainment Attorney AMA u/EntertainmentAttny

I will be hosting several AMAs on Reddit under the user name EntertainmentAttny in what, I hope, will be the first of many AMAs as an entertainment attorney. First will be on /r/Filmmakers and then likely /r/Screenwriting at some point. Reddit could use the input from a good Los Angeles based entertainment attorney!

Hopefully we can cover the importance of having strong legal representation on independent film productions, inform up and coming filmmakers/screenwriters/talent of their rights, discuss how the current independent film market works, and explain how to properly (and legally) raise funds for entertainment projects.

Hope to see you all there.

DISCLAIMER: This post, nor any of the replies, creates an attorney/client relationship. Per ethics guidelines, I can only provide GENERAL legal guidance about the law and entertainment industry. Your specific facts will almost always change the outcome of any advice and you should always seek the advice of your own attorney about the specifics of your situation. Again, per ethics guidelines, any post to the general public should include the following: THIS IS ATTORNEY ADVERTISING. Prior results do not guarantee similar future outcomes.

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