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Archive Board of Advisors

Bronni Stein

Bronni Stein was raised in New York immersed in Broadway musicals and watching classic Hollywood movies. She received an M.A. in Educational Theater from NYU. In 1990 she switched careers to theatrical casting in New York. Continuing her career in Los Angeles, she was charged with finding the “Old Rose” character in James Cameron’s Titanic. This role re-launched the stardom of Gloria Stuart, then in her late 80s, and allowed Stein to meet iconic stars of the 1930s and 1940s.

Joey Berlin

Joey Berlin is the executive producer of the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards. Berlin has been the president of the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) for over two decades. In the past, Berlin has written as an entertainment reporter and movie critic for the New York Post and several nationally syndicated radio shows. He is the owner of Berlin Entertainment, a television production company.

Monica Bouldin

Monica Bouldin is a marketing communications executive with over 25 years of marketing, public relations and event experience. She has worked with a variety of companies and brands including Fox Broadcasting Company, Warner Bros., Virgin America, Nestle, Hilton, LG Mobile Phones, Square Enix, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and Xbox. She holds a degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations from California State University, Fullerton.
 

Charles Burnett

Charles Burnett earned his M.F.A. in Film from UCLA in 1969. As a producer, director and writer, the Chicago Tribune called him “one of the nation’s best filmmakers.” His notable award-winning films include Killer of Sheep, My Brother’s Wedding, To Sleep with Anger, The Glass Shield and Nambia: The Struggle for Liberation. He has been awarded grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation the National Endowment for the Arts and the J. P. Getty Foundation.

Carol Fenelon

After receiving a B.A. from Yale and a J.D. from the University of California, Carol Fenelon worked as a Senior Vice-President of Business and Legal Affairs for several major record labels. During that time, she also collaborated with film director Curtis Hanson as his music supervisor and soundtrack album producer on Bad Influence, The River Wild, Wonder Boys and 8 Mile. Fenelon subsequently became the CEO of Hanson’s production company, Deuce Three Productions, where her producing credits include the Hanson-directed films 8 Mile, In Her Shoes, Lucky You and Too Big to Fail, as well as several TV pilots and the documentary Skid Row Marathon. Visit her IMDb profile.

Myron S. Meisel

Myron S. Meisel is a University of Chicago and the Harvard Law School alumnus. He is the founding film critic for the Chicago Reader and the Los Angeles Reader. He directed It’s All True (based on an unfinished film by Orson Welles) and worked as a producer and/or writer for The Oasis, I'm a Stranger Here Myself, Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Harold Arlen, and The Chaplin Puzzle. Meisel won awards from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and the National Society of Film Critics, and was winner of the L.A. Weekly Theater Award in 2014.

Glenn Padnick

Glenn Padnick served as the president of Embassy Television from 1984 to 1987, where he supervised television hits such as Diff’rent Strokes, Who’s the Boss?, 227, The Facts of Life and Married With Children. He then became a founding partner of Castle Rock Entertainment in 1987, where he led television production and development activities and supervised Seinfeld. Glenn served as president of Castle Rock Television until 2003.

John Ptak

John Ptak graduated from UCLA in 1967, was a Hollywood talent agent for 35 years, first at ICM and thereafter at William Morris and CAA. He primarily represented Producers and Directors, as well as the financing of over 100 independent films, including Crash, Dances with Wolves and True Romance. Executive Producer of The Way Back, Let Me In and Dr. Parnassus. Serves as the National Film Preservation Board Chair and other advisory boards and panels, including The Motion Picture & Television Foundation. Learn more about his work.

Robert Rosen

Robert Rosen is the former Dean of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. He led the growth of the UCLA Film & Television Archive to the world’s largest university-based repository of historical film and television materials. Rosen is also the founding Director of the National Center for Film and Video Preservation at the American Film Institute, the Executive Committee of the International Federation of Film Archives, and member of the National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress.