What do you need to do, on the legal side, to make sure your film is ready for distribution? What do all those weird terms in the contracts for your film even mean? Entertainment attorney Chris Edgar will walk you through what you need to prepare before you ever step foot on set. Bring your questions!
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- Chris Edgar
Chris Edgar is an attorney, film producer and composer based in Los Angeles. Previously at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, and now in his solo law practice, Chris has represented numerous entertainment clients in intellectual property, financing and commercial litigation matters. Chris is a graduate of Stanford University School of Law and served as a law clerk to now-Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr. of the United States Supreme Court. On the music and production side of his odd double life, Chris has scored numerous films for which he won best film score awards, including “The Breakout: A Rock Opera,” “Ghost in the Gun,” and “Steve’s Quest: The Musical,” and toured as a drummer with signed recording artists.