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Steven Stodghill

Steve Stodghill is a native Texan, who graduated from both The University of Texas School of Law and The University of Texas School of Liberal Arts (with high honors), where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. Stodghill has been a commercial litigator for over 30 years at the following national firms: Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Fish & Richardson and Winston & Strawn. Mr. Stodghill has been named a Top 500 lawyer in the United States and a top trial lawyer in Texas numerous times in his career. Mr. Stodghill has represented many of Mark Cuban’s entertainment entities, including HDNet, 2929 Productions, Magnolia Distribution and the Landmark Theater chains. Mr. Stodghill is also a former Eagle Scout who has obtained the highest rank in scouting, The Silver Palm.

 

Mr. Stodghill is the present chairman (and former vice chair) of the National Advisory Council of the American Film Institute, the inaugural chair of the Dallas International Film Festival, the former chair and honorary chair of the John Wayne Film Festival and the Opening Night Host of the USA Film Festival. Mr. Stodghill sits on the Advisory Board of the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin, which contains numerous film related archives, including the collection of Robert De Niro, Peter O’Toole, David O. Selznick, Gloria Swanson and Matthew Weiner, the creator of Mad Men. Mr. Stodghill also serves on the board of the SMU Meadows School of the Arts, where he is an advisor to their film department. Mr. Stodghill serves as chair of the Senior Board of Advisors to the Dallas Film Society, which created the Stodghill Award, an award given annually to someone in the Dallas community who has made significant contributions towards the advancement of film in North Texas. Mr. Stodghill is known for his film and documentary projects, as well as his acting performances, most notably as Luke Wilson’s attorney in The Wendell Baker Story. 

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