Jon Fitzgerald

CEO, Right Angle Studios

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Chief Executive Officer of Right Angle Studios, which consults to film festivals and filmmakers, his production arm is Right Angle Pictures; Festival Director for the inaugural Middle East International Film Festival (MEIFF) in 2007 and its Director of Programming (2008)

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Opening night at the Middle East International Film Festival 
   
   On the red carpet at the festival

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Opening night at the Middle East International Film Festival   On the red carpet at the festival

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