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Hollywood Power Brokers Share Their Secrets

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Hollywood Power Brokers Share Their Secrets

Hollywood Power Brokers Share Their Secrets

Hollywood Power Brokers Share Their Secrets

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It takes a lot of muscle to make a movie in Hollywood these days. Farai Chideya talks to three big guns in the industry about power and persistence.

They include Rob Hardy, founder of Rainforest Films, a film production and distribution company based in Atlanta; D'Angela Proctor Steed, co-founder of Momentum Entertainment, a distributor that also owns Strange Fruit Films; and Jeff Clanagan, CEO of Code Black Entertainment.