Presented by WarnerMedia

WarnerMedia House @ SXSW 2022

Mar 12, 2022

9:00am – 9:00pm CT

9:00am-12:00pm - Breakfast Bites and Beats
Start your morning with breakfast bites and chill beats from DJ Ana Calderon at the WarnerMedia House.
Proof of vaccination required.

10:00am – 8:00pm - The Year of DC
A fun, interactive space celebrating DC’s unprecedented year of content across film, TV, publishing, games and consumer products. The experience will include authentic film and TV costumes and props, artwork highlighting DC’s publishing, games and animated series, new product giveaways, and lots of photo/social opps. Plus, see the Bat Mobile!
Proof of vaccination required.

12:00 – 2:00pm - Kicking Glass - Women of WarnerMedia Roundtable
Join a powerhouse lineup of women leaders who have broken through such male-dominated sectors as Sports, News, Gaming, and Streaming, and catapulted to top level positions at WarnerMedia.
Proof of vaccination AND a negative test result within 48 hours required. RSVP to if you would like to reserve a test between 10:30am - 11:30am at the WarnerMedia House

2:00pm - Fireside Chat with Axel Caballero, Head of WarnerMedia OneFifty
Identifying compelling storytellers who have charted their own path as film creators, celebrating an Academy Award nomination for Drive My Car and premiering new films at festivals all over the country is all in a day’s work for WarnerMedia executive Axel Caballero.
Proof of vaccination required.

3:00pm - Above and Beyond, for Below-the-Line: Conversations with Creatives on their career path into entertainment
The talent from below the line – the crew responsible for the day-to-day work in filmmaking and production – set the stage for dynamic storytelling on screens, big and small.
Proof of vaccination required.

5:00pm - Talent Development Paths for "Storytelling in Motion" brought to you by WarnerMedia's E+I Programs Division
Join the WarnerMedia executives as they examine programs, paths, and pipelines to find emerging talent in today’s landscape of creative storytellers. Representatives from WarnerMedia Equity and Inclusion divisions (Yvette Urbina/Content and Grace Moss/Pipeline), Rooster Teeth (Jejuan Guillory/ Sr. Director, Head of Casting & Talent Strategy), and WarnerMedia’s OneFifty Division (Lamonia Brown) will chat with Dino Ramos from Diaspora and will explore options for creators who are trying to strategically break thru in the industry via nontraditional vehicles.
Proof of vaccination required.

6:00 – 6:30pm - Community Organization Members reveal their own coming of age stories in reflection of WarnerMedia OneFifty’s SXSW film entry – Brownsville Bred a film by Elaine del Valle
Would you be able to tell your own “coming of age” story in 150 seconds? Was there a moment where you realized who you were growing up? Do you identify in more than one way and how has that shaped your journey of self-discovery? Community organization leaders from Black Lives Matter, Outfest, Hispanic Heritage Foundation, IllumiNative, The Latinx House, The Transgender Film Center, Asian Pacific Filmmakers Experience, RespectAbility, and the Muslim Public Affairs Council will be in attendance. They will examine a compelling scene from Brownsville Bred, and subsequently describe their own parallels of growing up in a marginalized and multi-faceted community. You don’t want to miss this discussion from today’s inclusive leaders.
Proof of vaccination required.

Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.

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