Adam Goodman, an American film producer, is the former President of Paramount Pictures. He is the owner of Dichotomy, a film production company. Goodman served as President of Paramount Motion Picture Group from 2009 to 2015. While at Paramount, he shepherded a number of key projects for the company. Some of the films that he helped bring to the screen include the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” reboot, “Mission:Impossible – Ghost Protocol” and the “Paranormal Activity” franchise. During his tenure, Paramount also rebooted "Star Trek" with J.J. Abrams and launched a series of films based on "G.I. Joe." The company weathered a third-act reshoot on "World War Z" to turn it into a $540 million global hit. Shortly after departing from Paramount, Goodman formed his own film production company, Dichotomy. He also serves as Co-Founder of Invisible Narratives.
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July 11, 2019
Navigating the Content Continuum from Movies to Vlogging
A few years ago “Professional Content” and “Online Video” were two separate worlds, separated by a huge chasm from which each group would glare at – or ignore – the other. But in the last year that’s become more of a continuum, with movie stars at one end, vloggers at the other. But instead of a wasteland, now there’s everything from Netflix and Hulu to YouTube Red, vertical video storytelling and so much more in between. Online video creators produce successful movies, while traditional movie stars luxuriate in their new YouTube cribs. This session is a discussion of how to navigate working this crossover for as it relates to business and creativity. What can new digital executives learn from Execs who ran studios and what are traditional execs learning from the new digital talent.
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