Producers Panel

Event Date: Saturday, February 9, 2013 || Speakers: Daniel Sollinger, Kelly Pancho, Alex Hyde-White || Check-in: 12:30 pm ||


 **The deadline has passed and RSVPs are now CLOSED for this event. Please view our calendar for upcoming events.


Check-in begins at 12:30 pm.
Event starts at 1:00 pm. 

No Refunds. No Credits.


Daniel Sollinger is a graduate of New York University’s Film School, and the Producer of more than 350 commercials, music videos, and short films for clients including Pepsi, Warner Brothers Records, CBS, Sony, and Comedy Central. His work has won awards from New York University, The American Film Institute, The Accolade Awards and the American Motion Picture Society.

After working on numerous rap videos for artists such as Will Smith, LL Cool J, and A Tribe Called Quest, Daniel teamed up with Oscar and Emmy nominated director, Peter Spirer on “Rhyme & Reason,” a feature film documentary on hip-hop culture. It was distributed by Miramax Films and played in 280 theaters nationwide, garnering $1.6 million at the Domestic Box office and a certified gold soundtrack. Later that year, Hollywood Reporter listed it as one of the year’s top 15 most profitable films of the year.

Daniel also served as an Executive Producer on the feature film, “Six Ways to Sunday” directed by Adam Bernstein and starring Adrian Brody, Deborah Harry, and Isaac Hayes. It was released theatrically by Stratosphere Entertainment, and is now available in video stores.

Also available is the feature film, “Love Goggles” which Daniel produced and which won the Jury Prize at the Hollywood Black Film Festival. Daniel’s other feature credits include being the sole producer on “God’s Forgotten House” starring N’Bushe Wright, “Age of Kali” starring Taylor Nichols and directed by Rafal Zelinsky, “The God’s of Circumstance” starring John Schneider and the upcoming “LA Slasher” starring Mischa Barton, Eric Roberts, and Danny Trejo.

Daniel’s line producing credits include the recently released, “Without Men” starring Eva Longoria, “Day Zero” starring Elijah Wood, Chris Klein, and Ginnifer Goodwin, “The Alphabet Killer” with Eliza Dushku, Cary Elwes, and Timothy Hutton, as well as Toronto Film Festival selection, “Day on Fire” starring Olympia Dukakis and Martin Donovan, directed by Jay Anania. He also recently line produced the thriller, “In My Sleep” directed by Allen Wolf and “Downtown: A Street Tale” starring three time Oscar nominee Genevieveve Bujold and Oscar nominee John Savage.

Kelly Pancho. Prior to moving into development at Intrigue, Kelly hailed from a background in production and post-production, working at Nickelodeon and DreamWorks Studios. While at DreamWorks, she oversaw the mastering of titles such as Satoshi Kon’s MILLENNIUM ACTRESS and the original Japanese production of THE RING.

Kelly then moved to the creative division at Deluxe, where she produced dozens of behind-the-scenes, documentary, and short-form narrative pieces.  She created features for the release of titles such as MAD MEN, SAW, RESCUE DAWN (director Werner Herzog), and FERNGULLY, before moving on to become the head of the company’s Creative Division in 2008.  Kelly was also instrumental in creating the extended version of GLADIATOR (director Ridley Scott) and interactive features on the Blu-ray release of THE DARK KNIGHT and THE SOUND OF MUSIC.

At Intrigue, Kelly actively develops both feature and scripted television projects.  In the past year, several of her projects have been set up, with titles currently at Fox TV Studios, Freemantle, and CBS.

Alex Hyde-White is head of a small collaborative that exists to produce. The company started as The Martindale Group in 1994, named after a former mentor in DC during his brief foray with higher education at Georgetown University. Now monikered as TMG, they produced “Pursuit of Happiness (2001)” and several commercials, corporate videos and events, with a knack for celebrity golf. TMG’s first “Punch Project” is the self-made Hamlet doc “Three Days (of Hamlet)”. It is out on DVD, and enjoys a limited theatrical release in April. Please check it out at:

In development is the indie-noir “Signal Hill” and the Americana “That Printer from Boyd”. An actor first, director/storyteller second, Alex emulates, and is rooted in the historical significance of, the Actor-Manager. As such he is always producing. That is the key and anyone can do it, especially now with the varying avenues for content. Whether it is developing originals or adapting, or producing/narrating audiobooks thru the Punch Audio shingle (, a day spent producing is a good day, no matter what the challenges. It can make the long, well traveled, road to Hollywood a satisfying one while leaving just enough of the lure and lust for what tomorrow may bring. Punch is his middle name.

This enigmatic actor is in the mid-life of a long career and is always looking for stories to tell and…he knows how to tell them. He just wants them to be good. The essence of their “Punch” collaborative revolves around the team psychology and aspect that during a long season of wins and losses, the main goal is to a) be healthy enough to keep playing; and b) to want to continue. To accomplish that you need a team! He looks forward to joining the Scriptwriters Network for their upcoming seminar.


Bill Lundy has written two original films for SyFy, Silent Warnings and Alien Siege, sold two stories to Star Trek: Voyager, and currently has several sci-fi, fantasy and horror projects in development. Bill was Chairman of the Scriptwriters Network from 1997-2004, and currently serves on their board as Chairman Emeritus. A top script consultant and teacher known as “The Log Line Doctor,” Bill taught classes at the annual Screenwriting Expo, and has been awarded “Star Instructor” status at some of their events.

In addition, he has done seminars or appeared on panels at Sherwood Oaks College, the Newport Beach Film Festival, Learning Tree University, the Scriptwriters Network, Scriptwriters Showcase, Flash Forward, ScreenplayLab, and The Writers Store.


Join us on the Second Saturday in February at:

**New Location…

TDJ Studios

10815 Burbank Blvd.

North Hollywood, CA 91601


As this is a professional event, we ask that you please arrive prior to the event start time.

Meeting Timeframe: 1:00 pm to approximately 3:00 pm

Plenty of free street parking!

Please remember to bring a picture ID and your SWN Membership Card!

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