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Netflix Global Film Head Scott Stuber Joins Keynote Interview at TheGrill

Stuber will discuss the rapid rise of Netflix and the future of streaming post-pandemic with TheWrap editor-in-chief Sharon Waxman at WrapPro’s annual business conference Sept. 29-30

Netflix Global Film Head Scott Stuber joins TheGrill to discuss the rise of streaming and challenges to the global film industry during the pandemic.

Among other pressing issues facing the film industry, Stuber will address new perspectives on the streaming versus theatrical debate and his approach to navigating a global content slate with TheWrap editor-in-chief Sharon Waxman. 

Stuber joins a line-up of leading industry dealmakers and M&A experts including Kevin Mayer, Tom Staggs, Jeff Sagansky and Faiza Saeed who will discuss the explosion of Hollywood mergers and the ramification of ongoing industry consolidation.

For over a decade, TheWrap’s Grill event series has led the conversation on the convergence between entertainment, media and technology, bringing together newsmakers to debate the challenges and opportunities facing content in the digital age. Tailored to a C-Suite and high-level attendees, TheGrill presented by WrapPRO, delivers a unique series of curated discussions, industry panels and virtual networking activations that explore the ever-changing media landscape.

This two-day event will be live-streamed September 29-30 and will be available exclusively on-demand via WrapPRO, a member community for professionals in entertainment, media and technology. Click here to become a WrapPRO member for access to TheGrill on-demand as well as exclusive entertainment coverage, insights and invites to virtual events/screenings throughout the year.

As the head of global films at Netflix, Stuber oversees the development, production and acquisition of the Netflix film slate. Recent hits under Stuber’s supervision include: Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” Academy Award winner “Marriage Story,” “The Old Guard,” “Murder Mystery,” “Extraction,” “Bird Box” and three-time Academy Award winner “Roma,” directed by Alfonso Cuarón. 

Prior to Netflix, Stuber founded and ran Bluegrass Films, which produced such hits as “Ted,” “Central Intelligence” and “Safe House.” A former vice chairman of worldwide production at Universal Studios, he was responsible for films including “A Beautiful Mind,” “8 Mile,” “Meet the Parents” and its follow-up films, plus both the “Bourne” and “Fast and the Furious” franchises. 

About TheGrill:

For over a decade, TheWrap’s Grill event series has led the conversation on the convergence between entertainment, media and technology, bringing together newsmakers to debate the challenges and opportunities facing content in the digital age. Tailored to a C-Suite and high-level attendees, TheGrill delivers a unique series of curated discussions, industry panels and virtual networking activations that explore the ever-changing media landscape.

This two-day event will be live-streamed September 29-30 and available exclusively on-demand via WrapPRO, a member community for professionals in entertainment, media and technology. Click here to become a WrapPRO member to access TheGrill on-demand as well as exclusive entertainment coverage, insights and invites to virtual events/screenings throughout the year.

To learn more go to: https://www.thewrap.com/the-grill-2021/

Event sponsors include Gerber Kawasaki, KNOWN, City National Bank, Loeb & Loeb, Take-Two Interactive, RIAA, Sony and Lionsgate.