CRAFT & CAREER CONVERSATIONS
WITH CREATIVES & INDUSTRY FRIENDS
This speaker series will invite you to engage in deep conversations on craft
and industry with some of the most talented folks working in the industry right now.
How to Break Into the Business and Build Your Career
with Literary Manager Josh Goldenberg (Partner, Kaplan/Perrone)
Monday, June 5 at 4:30P PST
Live Q&A on Zoom - $75
In this changing industry landscape, Josh will discuss strategies for breaking into the film and television business and building a career in this live Q&A with Josh Goldenberg. In this conversation, moderated by Director Rachel Raimist and director who is repped by Josh and the team at Kaplan/Perrone, we'll explore the roles of agents, managers, lawyers, and producers -- explaining their differences and interconnectivity.
Josh will share his tips on how to seek representation, when you should do so, and how to best prepare for your meeting. We'll also get his advice on how to build your career around these key relationships and how he foresees the entertainment business evolving during these challenging times. As a partner at Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment, Josh has managed the careers of writers and directors across film, TV and theater.
This session has passed. If interested in the topic, consider a coaching session.
Josh Goldenberg grew up in South Florida where he wanted to be an actor from the age of 7. He went to Northwestern to pursue that path but after two back-to-back summer internships, he realized he'd rather be on the business side of things. He started his career at Marc Platt Productions (LA LA LAND, "WICKED" etc) and Karz Entertainment (VALENTINE'S DAY), which lead to a Vice President position at Red Wagon Entertainment (THE GREAT GATSBY, DIVERGENT). After selling a movie with one of Kaplan/Perrone's clients, they pitched the idea of management and brought him over - he's been there for 12 years now after spending 7 years in development.
He reps writers and directors who work both in film and television - from big movie studios to smaller independent ones, from mainstream broadcast shows to award-winning streaming and cable shows.
Josh was featured on the Hollywood Reporter's Next Gen list, see here.