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Event Date: February 22 - 24, 2019

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Sunday, February 24 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Panel: GAME OF THRONES: What Makes a Great Villain

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Bill Mulligan Presents:  GAME OF THRONES: What Makes a Great Villain!?  Using Game of Thrones villains as primary examples, this panel will discuss different types of villains, how to get your audience to get behind your villain, and how some films fail on the villain front. (Justice League for example?)

Moderators
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Bill Mulligan

Indie Film Guest of Honor
Bill Mulligan has turned a decades long love of genre film and comic books into an active role in the North Carolina indie film community. A high school science teacher by day, his weekends tend to be filled with film projects. A chance comment from a student 13 years ago led him... Read More →

Speakers
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Dave Harlequin

Film/Media Guest, A Stranger Concept Films
Described by both press and colleagues as an "independent renaissance man" and "voice of the underground," among other things, Dave Harlequin is a professional screenwriter, journalist, author, and independent filmmaker from Charlotte, North Carolina. He is the Creative Director and... Read More →
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Tom Gore

Film/Media/TV
Tom Gore was born and raised in Newport RI. Of Irish heritage, he realized from an early age that he enjoyed entertaining people with his offbeat sense of humor. After graduating he decided to put that on hold to join the Army and serve his country. With his drive and determination... Read More →

Artists
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Amy Taylor

Director
Film and TV
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Christopher Harding

C.E.O., Wicked Outhouse Productions


Sunday February 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Boardroom 2 (Indie Film Room)

Attendees (15)