Junior High Los Angeles
Continuing the #PayUpHollywood fight and empowering assistants, we're kicking off 2020 with monthly confidential support groups.
Our goal is to create a space for fellow professionals to share their individual experiences with a greater collective. If we can build a supportive infrastructure for dealing with workplace issues, those who feel alone in this will have a community that can give them the tools to handle these issues.
To guarantee an intimate setting, the first meeting will be capped at 30 participants. If you are not able to reserve a spot, please sign up for the waitlist and you will be first on the list for our next group. Sign up here.
Junior High Los Angeles
Sneak peek at Kitty Green's must-see film, THE ASSISTANT, followed by a town hall discussion led by Young Hollywood community leaders.
The theater will be press and phone-free. Get your tickets!
FYI: If you need further clarification of whether or not your role constitutes "assistant" then you most likely are not one.
Moderated by Bonnie Abuanza. A partnership between YEA! and The Jane Club. Other partners include Urban Remedy and the UCLA Skoll Institute. More deets to come.
YEA! and NYULA gathered their entertainment industry communities for a conversation about the power of persuasion in content creation.
The first half of the event featured a panel with Amy Ziering (Director/Producer/Documentarian) who produced the Oscar-winning film, The Invisible War, along with Julie Hermelin (producer/Co-founder of the XX Fund) who supports women in political impact filmmaking. Additionally, it featured Mukta Mohan, (Network and Development Producer at Crooked Media, Souris Hong-Perrotta (Author/Co-founder of Creative Cabal), and John-Paul Bernbach (Executive Producer/ Documentarian). Moderated by Cela Sutton (ARRAY).
Second half, we broke out into small discussion-based workshops. Each one led by a different panelist!
Join YEA! in conversation with Maria Egan (President of Pulse Music Group), Lauren Nwankpa (Head of Social Impact at Headspace), and Marya Bangee (Harness) about how meditation can not only help handle the everyday stresses of our business, but how their practices have improved their work, creativity, and overall quality of life. (And how YEAers can do it for cheap / free ...) Moderated by Andy Reimer (CAA).
Back by popular demand and prior to the next dem debates, we cut the BS to hear from some experts who can tell us what's working and what's not in this election. Plus, ways to communicate more effectively in this political climate.
Latest Vanity Fair piece on the guys, HERE.
Featuring Alex Kondracke and Elegance Bratton on Desegregating Liberal Spaces
YEA, Women Wednesdays, CNT Productions, Awesome Assistants LGBTQ+ and JHRTS partner up to talk about how we as Young Hollywood can make tangible change for queer and gender diverse representation in our industry from ANY position.
Panelists: Margaret Cho, Alia Shawkat, Ian Alexander, Rowena Arguelles, Nina Lederman, Kalen Allen.
Workshops taught by: Alana Mayo, Lucinda Moorhead, Karin Gist, Alexis G. Zall, Michelle Knudsen, Sherry Cola, Tonatiuh Telizarr, Taryn Arriola, Michael Joyce and more! !
YEA! is fiscally sponsored by creative visions foundation (501c3)