Jim Amos, President Of Sony Pictures will Receive Showeast Award at ShowEast

ShowEast is the only convention and trade show for film exposure and community distribution on the East Coast. Cinema Exhibition professionals come to show the East for exciting film screenings of major studio and independent films sentenced for holiday release as well as product reel presentations of the product to come, exciting special events with the hottest stars of Hollywood, educational seminars and find the latest products, services and technologies at the show. Distribution professionals come from the show is to network with customers.

The major elements of ShowEast are:
  • Screenings of new films
  • Product Reel Presentations of upcoming films that haven't yet been released
  • Awards Presentations
  • Sponsored Food Events
  • Educational Seminars
  • Networking Events
  • Product Demonstration Suites
  • Trade Show
Jim Amos, chairman of Sony Pictures Distribution will receive the national "E" Award 2011 at the conference to come ShowEast, which runs from October 24, 27 at the Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa in Miami / Hollywood, Florida

Amos will be honored with the Showeast award, presented to "an industry member whose accomplishments, achievements and dedication to the industry is unparalleled," during the Final Night Banquet and Awards Ceremony.

Began his career in 1984 as a trainee affiliate of Boston Columbia Pictures, Amos climbed into the ranks of the sales representative and then as Sales Manager in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Detroit and Cleveland. When the company came to Tri-Star Pictures, has been promoted to a manger in the Western Division and then became a district leader in East Division, the company became Sony Pictures. Sony, Amos became the Head of Department / Senior Vice President, Distribution, eastern division, before being promoted to his current role as president, national distribution. Amos has recently celebrated its 27 years with the company.

"Throughout his career, Jim has worked in 57 films, which generated over $ 100 million, including Men in Black, Ghostbusters, Hitch, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, As Good As It Gets, Hancock, The Karate Kid and Spider-Man Trilogy, "by Robert Sole, Senior Managing Director of the Convention.

Showeast now in its 26th year, is produced by Prometheus Global Media, owner of The Hollywood Reporter.