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PGA East: GROUP MENTORING SESSION W/ MARI JO WINKLER
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6/1/2016
When: Wednesday, June 1
6:30pm
Where: PGA East Office
100 Ave. of the Americas, 11th floor conference room
New York, New York  10013
United States


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The PGA East Mentoring Committee invites you to another...


GROUP MENTORING SESSION
WITH MARI JO WINKLER


Scripted  Film & TV Line Producing

Wednesday, June 1
6:00pm: Doors open, light refreshments
6:30pm: Session begins

PGA East Office
100 Avenue of the Americas, 11th floor conference room
Btwn Grand & Watts St.  

PGA members only, no guests
Very limited space

The PGA East Mentoring Committee is pleased to announce the next event in their series of Group Mentoring Sessions. In these intimate, solution-oriented discussions, PGA members have the chance to meet and pose questions to some of the industry’s most respected professionals.

Mari Jo Winkler is a Producer in the film and television industry. She recently produced the pilot and first season of the HBO show “Vinyl,” executive produced and pilot directed by Martin Scorsese starring Bobby Cannavale. Previously, Winkler served as executive producer on “The Dictator,” directed by Larry Charles starring Sacha Baron Cohen, “Premium Rush,” directed by David Koepp starring Joseph Gordon Levitt, “Fair Game,” directed by Doug Liman starring Naomi Watts and Sean Penn, “Away We Go,” directed by Sam Mendes starring John Kransinski and Maya Rudolf, and “Dan in Real Life,” directed by Peter Hedges starring Steve Carell and Juliet Binoche. Prior to her Executive Producer credits she was the co-producer on “No Reservations,” directed by Scott Hicks, starring Catherine Zeta Jones, Aaron Ekhardt and Abigail Breslin, and two Curtis Hanson films: “Lucky You,” starring Eric Bana and Drew Barrymore and “In Her Shoes,” starring Cameron Diaz, Toni Collette and Shirley MacLaine. She also co-produced Peter Chelsom’s remake of the Japanese hit “Shall We Dance,” starring Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez. 
Winkler worked her way up through the production ranks, serving as a production manager for a decade on films such as “The Shipping News,” “Cold Mountain,” “A Thousand Acres,” “The Crucible,” and “The Object of My Affection.”

She is a dedicated environmentalist and a Chair of the PGA National Green Committee. She lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.

Please Note:
• Participation is limited to the first 12 members to RSVP. Do not RSVP unless you are certain you can attend.
• If you participated in the last Group Mentoring sessions with Alysse Bezahler, you are not eligible to sign up for this session.
• If you are confirmed to attend this session you will not be eligible to attend the following group session, in order to give other members the opportunity to participate.
• If you are confirmed to attend this session and do not give 24 hours cancellation notice and do not attend, you will not be able to attend any Group Mentoring sessions for the following 12 months.

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