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Producer • Entertainment Attorney

FILMSTERS partner David Dizenfeld is an award-winning film/TV producer and Beverly Hills-based entertainment/media attorney, securities-licensed, specializing in strategic alliances, branding and philanthropy.
As President and co-creator of Privilege, The Magazine of Philanthropy, David was integral in publishing fourteen issues and establishing significant brand presence in less than 20 months. David has been active in branded entertainment and integrated marketing, including as Executive Producer of Subaru's Legacy short movie featuring Dennis Hopper.
As a motion picture and TV attorney for MGM/UA Entertainment Co., David handled production, finance, distribution, worldwide trademarks, licensing and merchandising, and initiated in-house product integration and corporate tie-ins. He also served as pilot/series development Consultant for 20th Century-Fox / NBC's "L.A. LAW."

As an Olympic Games Attache, David coordinated corporate sponsorships, government relations, marketing, fundraising and media relations for the U.S. Virgin Islands, spearheading tie-ins with major national television and radio show hosts, including David Letterman and Rick Dees. As Director of the American Film Institute's Cinetex, David supervised the development and production of the international film festival, conferences and tributes. While Director of the Los Angeles County Office of Motion Picture & Television Development, he instituted innovative campaigns to encourage film and television production.

David received his B.A. from the University of Southern California, where he was Class President, and his Juris Doctorate from the UCLA School of Law, where he was a Regent Scholar and in the Moot Court Honors Program. He has been a member of the State Bar of California, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles Copyright Society and the Screen Actors Guild.

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