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Have Lunch with Film Producer and Current Member of the UCLA Film School Peter Heller in LA

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Have lunch with Film Producer and current member of the UCLA Film School Peter Heller!

About Peter Heller Currently the Assistant Dean of Development and Industry Relations for the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, Mr. Heller previously served as the Director of the Office of External Affairs for the School of Film and Television (SFTV) at Loyola Marymount University. Prior to joining SFTV, Mr. Heller headed the production company and management firm Heller Highwater. His last production, DREAMLAND starring Agnes Bruckner, John Corbett and Justin Long, premiered at Sundance in 2006. He produced LIKE MIKE for Twentieth Century Fox starring Bow Wow and Morris Chestnut. He also produced BROWN SUGAR for Fox Searchlight starring Taye Diggs, Sanaa Lathan, Queen Latifah and Mos Def. Mr. Heller’s other productions include BONES, CAUGHT UP and HOTEL DE LOVE.

His management clients included Danny Rubin (GROUND HOG DAY), Stu Krieger (LAND BEFORE TIME), Nick Schenk (GRAN TORINO), Ed Kaplan (DEAR GOD), Frank Barhydt (SHORT CUTS) and Brandon Sonnier, whose film, THE BEAT, made him the youngest director to ever have a film premiere at Sundance. Before becoming an independent producer/manager, Mr. Heller was President of Propaganda Films where he managed the acquisition, development and production of such films as SLEEPERS, A THOUSAND ACRES and CANDYMAN II. Previous experience includes a stint as President of Hughes Entertainment where he was involved with the production of HOME ALONE and the development of BEETHOVEN; a position as Director of Development at Universal Pictures; and his first job in Hollywood as Assistant to the Chairman of the Motion Picture Group at Universal, Tom Pollock. He began his career in the theater in New York with the literary agent, Helen Merrill and a position at Warner Theater Productions scouting shows for transfer to Broadway.

Mr. Heller graduated Cum Laude from Wesleyan University with a B.A. in literature and received his M.B.A. in marketing from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, where he was elected to both the Dean’s List and Beta Gamma Sigma. He is a member of the Producer’s Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Donated by: Peter Heller

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Lunch to take place in LA.
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Have Lunch with Film Producer and Current Member of the UCLA Film School Peter Heller in LA

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