AICP Business Affairs Boot Camp (Angelika Theater 3)
Thursday, June 9th 2022
9:00am - 2:15pm (5 hrs)
AICP Business Affairs Boot Camp
This is our annual deep dive into a wide array of issues facing all facets of the industry. (Normally only available as an ala carte ticket, this year it’s being included in the AICP Week pass while still being available ala carte. For ala carte tickets, go here.)
9:00am - 9:30am - NFT = WTF?
This period in time has shown that more people are becoming connected to themselves and to the world and we are not just thumbing through life. The fragility of connection was proven as the world shut down in just 5 weeks in 2020 and everything we have learnt is up for grabs. The emerging Web 3 will prove there is no better time to be a creative. Or is there? Let's cut through the hype and answer the fundamentals before we all feel like we are revisiting the hysteria of Web 2 back in 1999. Particularly given we are quickly evolving to include other senses that aren’t limited to AR, VR, MR, or RR. So how are we going to adapt and reinvent in a world of transparent interfaces? A place where sight is now joined with sound and motion? Welcome to hearable, feelable and wearable technology—powered by data, intelligence, sensors and more, powered and owned by the people. How does this impact consumer behavior and ensure technology makes us more human and how is it that possible with the rate of change in technology? Get enlightened by a meaningful and insightful look at what’s next on the digital journey roadmap.
David "Shingy" Shing, Digital Prophet, Shingy
9:30am - 10:15am - Understanding Blockchain, NFTs and the Metaverse: The Legal and Practical Issues of this New Frontier for Everyone in the Creative Businesses
What you’ll need to know to play in this new marketplace.
Hannah E. Taylor, Partner, Co-Chair of the Blockchain Technology and Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Groups, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC
10:30am - 11:15am - Cyber Security in Web3
A presentation on data security and privacy with an overlap of areas of concern regarding crypto, NFTs and the metaverse and the potential theft of high profile digital art.
James Smedley, Chairman of the Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Group, Ellenoff Grossman & Schole, LLP
11:15am - 12:00pm - The New SAG-AFTRA Contract: Direct From the Source
Whether you are a signatory or not, each time there are new rules and regulations around hiring performers, the landscape of creating commercials changes, and this year was no exception, with a complete overhaul of all compensation and editing provisions. This session presents an overview of the newly-minted deal, provided by one of the chief negotiators.
Stacy Marcus, Partner, Reed Smith LLP and Chief Negotiator, The Joint Policy Committee, LLC
12:30pm - 1:30pm - Lunch and Learn, Presented by Wrapbook - Boxed lunch provided for attendees
Production companies waste too much time on menial tasks. Last year alone, Wrapbook saved companies 24 hours on time cards and other paperwork. Providing producers the right tools to onboard crew and process payments, Wrapbook helps companies put routine work on auto-pilot. Join long-time producer and Wrapbook’s Director of Sales Quinn Moran as he takes us through Wrapbook’s completely digital-first payroll solution.
Quinn Moran, Director of Sales, Wrapbook
1:30pm - 2:15pm - Lawyers on the Clock - IX
The ever-popular Lawyers on the Clock returns with a group of industry attorneys who have to do the impossible: frame and answer some of the most burning legal questions in two minutes or less!
Moderator - Jaclyn Ruocco, Labor and Employment Practice Group, Ellenoff Grossman & Schole, LLP
Jeffrey Greenbaum, Managing Partner, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC
James W. Pharo, Associate General Counsel, Creative, Dentsu International
Roberta Wolff, Esq.