ichard has spoken all over the world at industry conferences on a variety of topics related to social media, crowdsourcing, networking and the entertainment industry.
Speaking engagements include: Cannes Film Festival, FEST Portugal, Hamburg Film Festival, Trinidad Film Commission, Rocaberti Screenwriters Castle Retreat, American Film Market, Sundance Film Festival, South by Southwest, Austin Film Festival, Raindance Film Festival, Hollyshorts Film Festival, Cinequest, Harvard, Columbia, USC and more.
RB is available for speaking engagements including key notes, panels and moderating on a variety of topics including:
Motivational Keynote– The CEO of YOU! Join the Creative Army
RB’s keynote speech and message, The CEO of YOU! has motivated and inspired thousands of creatives from around the world who have joined “The Creative Army”. If you want to hype up a group and give them the tools they need to succeed creatively and mentally book RB to keynote your event.
Entertainment and Tech Industry Thought Leader
RB brings a wide variety of personal experience as well as case studies and a large network of working professionals in both the entertainment and tech industries to draw from as one of the industry’s thought leaders paving the way in the intersection of entertainment and tech.
How to identify, engage and build an audience for you and your project using online methods such as Stage 32, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc. and offline methods such as groups, conferences and festivals. RB will give you key insights and case studies on how you can build a crowd to work for you.
How to get where you aspire to be if you don’t know anyone or live outside of a major production hub – this includes if you live internationally. RB will go over how you can network and identify and reach your target groups and ensure that you become a collaborator to ensure success.
How to not only dissect the craft of great screenwriting but also to learn the business of screenwriting. Having sold many scripts RB will give you professional tips on dialogue, characters, theme, plot, story, 1st, 2nd and 3rd act and supporting characters, as well as an overview of the business, including how to get a manager or agent and how to break in.