Kelly Cutrone & Justine Bateman
Founder of People's Revolution

Kelly Cutrone is founder of People’s Revolution, New York Times best-selling author, cool, chic and lover of black.

Writer, producer, actress, and director, Justine Bateman has an impressive resume in Entertainment that includes the 80’s hit Family Ties, Men Behaving Badly, The TV Set, Desperate Housewives, Californication, and many more.
Her work has earned her two Emmy nominations, a Golden Globe nomination, two Streamy Award Nominations (The Internet Emmys) and a Streamy Award.

Justine is the owner of SECTION5, a production and consulting company.

She is sought after as an authority in the digital space for various panels including The Cannes Lion Int’l Ad Festival, Digital Hollywood, NATPE, and The Branded Content Summit and has been involved creatively in a multitude of digital projects.

She acted in John August’s (Big Fish, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) web-series Remnants, Illeana Douglas’ (Cape Fear, Good Fellas) IKEA-sponsored web-series Easy to Assemble, and Anthony Zuiker’s (CSI creator) digi-novel series Level 26: Dark Prophecy.

She’s currently serving as a producer on Easy to Assemble, creating Digital Components for Level 26, is currently writing an adaptation of The Clique for a Warner Bros web-series, producing a film short and is in talks with various Brands to produce a selection of her scripts.
Justine also Co-Produces and Co-stars with fashion maven, Kelly Cutrone, in their internet talk show, Wake Up And Get Real.

Justine is also an advocate for Net Neutrality. Justine testified before the Senate Commerce Committee last year on its behalf and serves as an Advisor to FreePress.com.

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