June
25
2019

footageMarketplace New York 2019

where creative visual content controllers connect

June
26
2019

Exclusive fM2019 NYC Seminars
Expert insights for information
revelation and inspiration.

Seminar seating is on a first-come-first- served basis.

10.00 - 10.30

Vimeo's Vision for now, and next . . .

Stephen Schwartz
Global Head of Licensing, Vimeo
Stephen Schwartz is Global Head of Video Distribution and Licensing at Vimeo, where he leads efforts to establish the platform as the premier destination for hand-curated, high-quality stock video content for enterprise customers. Stephen has been in the licensing space for almost 15 years and has held various sales, business development and management roles across the industry. Prior to joining Vimeo in 2019, Stephen was responsible for scaling the enterprise video and music businesses at Shutterstock, where he also managed the media and entertainment team.

Stephen Schwartz
t: 917.224.7298
e:stephen.schwartz@vimeo.com
w: vimeo.com

12.00 - 12.45

How to knock the ball out of the park.

The inside track to buying and using footage, in discussion with our expert panel.
Domenick Propati
Managing Partner, footage.net
Domenick is the managing partner of footage.net. He is also an advertising executive and tech entrepreneur, currently COO and partner of Splash worldwide, a Creative Technology company based in London and a permanent part-time professor at Parsons School of Design.
Rich Remsberg
Archive Producer
Rich Remsberg is an Emmy Award-winning archival producer and visual researcher based in Western Massachusetts and New York City. His credits include Bobby Kennedy for President, A Night at the Garden, The King, Love Means Zero, and Happy Valley.

He has served on the faculty of the Maine Media Workshops and the Library of Congress’ American Folklife Center Field School; was a frequent collaborator with the sampling-based music duo, The Books; and has been a contributor to VICE magazine, Esopus Magazine, and NPR’s online feature, The Picture Show.

Rich Remsberg Image Research
e: rich@atlasfilms.org
t: 413-664-4516
w:atlasfilms.org

Nelda Gil-Medina
Research Producer
Media Professional with extensive experience in content licensing, production, managing sales, strategic business deals and contract negotiations. Researcher for productions such as feature films, documentaries and commercials, both domestically and internationally.

e: nelda.gil@hotmail.com
t: 917-553-0672
Wyatt Stone
Wyatt Stone is a sought after “footage detective” in the documentary and museum world. He has worked on multiple critically acclaimed documentaries and series’ including PBS’ Soundbreaking and several projects with Academy Award nominated director Brett Morgen (Montage of Heck, Crossfire Hurricane). He has been a producer on a number of projects for CNN, A+E Networks, the Smithsonian Channel and has worked with museums including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the B.B. King Blues Museum, and the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience. Most recently he worked with Judd Apatow on his critically acclaimed documentary The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling on HBO and Woodstock: 3 Days of Music and Peace for WGBH's American Experience. He continues to exploer and find new avenues and techniques in uncovering rare footage for his clients and hopes to continue producing meaningful content.

Wyatt Stone
e: wyattcstone@gmail.com

2.30 to 3.00

Law and Disorder

The ins and outs, ups and down, do’s and don’ts of footage legal rights (and wrongs) explained.

3.30 - 4.15

Digging For Gold: Finding The Unfindable

World-class archive researchers reveal how to discover the needle in a haystack for that dynamite footage.
Elizabeth Klinck
Klinck Research
Elizabeth Klinck has worked as producer, researcher and clearance specialist on numerous North American, UK, European and international documentary films that have garnered Emmy, FOCAL, Peabody and Oscar awards. She has led workshops at universities and international film festivals and markets.

Nominated for an American Emmy, three times for Best Visual Researcher at the FOCAL Awards, she has won the Canadian Screen Award five times. In 2008 she was honored with the FOCAL Lifetime Achievement Award.

Elizabeth has served on the board of FOCAL, WIFT, Historymakers, and was the founding chairperson for ten years of the Visual Researchers’ Society of Canada.

Klinck Research
t: 705 445 9962
e: elizabeth@elizabethklinck.com
tw: @eklinck
w: www.elizabethklinck.com

Sheila Maniar
Archive Producer
Sheila Maniar was recently the Filmed Sequences AP for the 2018 Kennedy Center Honors, Co-Producer for Red Bull Music Academy’s Disco Demolition; AP for the Emmy-nominated Wilhemina's War, and Coordinating Producer for PBS’ Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock, and US Production Manager for One Thousand Pictures, which was short-listed for Oscar consideration.

Her extensive archival experience includes the Oscar-winning Citizenfour, Jonthan Demme’s Mandela: Son of Africa, Father of a Nation, the Academy Award-nominated documentary about President Mandela of South Africa, Grammy-nominated Two Trains Runnin', and the Tony-nominated Evita.