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    PRODUCER ROBERT YOCUM

    PRODUCER : ROBERT YOCUM
    Formed Burning Sky Films in the spring of 2012 to develop and produce feature film in the under 5 million dollar range.
    Company has optioned several development stage properties for release in 2018 and beyond.
    Produced “White Rabbit” starring Britt Robertson (The Longest Ride) in 2016. Distributed domestically through Breaking Glass Pictures. Available on Netflix and all major digital platforms. Accepted in over 20 festivals including Zurich, Woodstock and Catalina Film Festival.
    Produced the horror comedy, “Don’t Kill it” starring Dolph Lundgren in 2016. Released through Sony Pictures Domestically. Premiered at Fantastic fest in Austin, Sitges in Barcelona and Screamfest in Los Angeles and well over 20 festivals internationally.
    Produced/Co-starred in the thriller The Prophet’s Game starring Dennis Hopper. Distributed internationally through Moonstone Entertainment. Film received its HBO premiere and York Video release domestically.

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    Event Date 10-17-2018 6:30 pm
    Event End Date 10-17-2018 8:30 pm
    Registration Start Date 10-10-2018 6:00 am
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    1779 Newport Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
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