CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

 

Greenlight

$50,000

12 VIP Tickets to the event

Recognition in all pre-event publicity and event invitation

Recognition from the podium as the Event Sponsor

Double-page advertisement and logo recognition in the official Program Guide

Logo recognition on the Big Heart Small Film website with link to your website

Logo placement on our Red Carpet step and repeat

Hearing the term "greenlight" is music to a writer, producer, or director's ears; it means that a script is approved by the studio and will be moving forward into production.


First Look Deal

$25,000

10 VIP Tickets to the event

Recognition in all pre-event publicity and event invitation

Recognition from the podium as a Sponsor of one of the films being screened

Full-page advertisement and logo recognition in the official Program Guide

Logo recognition on the Big Heart Small Film website with link to your website

Logo placement on our Red Carpet step and repeat

"First look deal" is a coveted agreement between a writer, producer, or director and a studio or production company. In exchange for a development fee, the studio or production company has the right to have the first look at any new scripts.

 

Backlot

$15,000

8 VIP Tickets to the event

Full-page advertisement and logo recognition in the official Program Guide

Logo recognition on the Big Heart Small Film website with link to your website

"Backlot" is an outdoor area on a Studio lot containing permanent exterior buildings used for filming outdoor scenes.

Cinemascope

$10,000

6 VIP Tickets to the event

Half-page advertisement and logo recognition in the official Program Guide

Logo recognition on the Big Heart Small Film website with link to your website

"Cinemascope is a lens series used in the 1950s and 60s for shooting widescreen movies. Two examples of films shot in Cinemascope are "How to Marry a Millionaire" in 1953 and "The Bridge on the River Kwai" in 1957.

 

Magic Hour

$6,000

4 Tickets to the event

Half-page advertisement and logo recognition in the official Program Guide

Logo recognition on the Big Heart Small Film website with link to your website

"Magic hour” is a film term used to describe the desirable period shortly after sunrise or before sunset during which the daylight is warmer and softer than when the sun is higher in the sky. 

Abby Singer

$3,000

2 Tickets to the event

Quarter-page advertisement and logo recognition in the official Program Guide

Logo recognition on the Big Heart Small Film website with link to your website

The “Abby Singer” is the 2nd to last shot of the day. As the story goes, the term is named after a 1st Assistant Director who towards the end of the day would get the crew to move faster by promising them that the next shot would be the last for the day, only to have another shot to capture and be the new “last shot” of the day.


For information on sponsorship opportunities for the Award Ceremony and After Party or tickets,  

please contact Dan Maljanian at 626-796-2097 ext. 8 or dmaljanian@pasadenacf.org

The contact for competition participants at Alibaba Pictures is the

BHSM Project Team at

THANK YOU TO OUR CORPORATE SPONSORS

 

BMW 

Nike 

 

Grace Spearman Foundation 

 

Bangkit USA, Inc. 

East West Bank 

IDS Real Estate Group

Private Internet Access 

 

Charles Schwab

Clifford Swan Investment Counselors 

Eleven Twenty-Seven Foundation (Temo Arjani) 

Lily Lee, MD & The California Clinic

Northern Trust

Wells Fargo

 

Arent Fox

The California Community Foundation 

E-Central Credit Union 

Gregory, Fillas & Buschauer, LLP

Hahn & Hahn LLP 

Huntington Hospital 

Rodriguez, Horii, Choi & Cafferata LLP 

Southern California Public Radio 

 

Bolton & Company 

Manufacturers Bank 

Pasadena Convention Center

 

AFM Local 47

Glam Squad 

David Crane Photography 

Drew Domenghini of Patterson's Topiaries

Pasadena Symphony and Pops

The Print Spot 

Trader Joe’s