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|Eleven Eleven Films
1041 N. Formosa Ave.
Phone: (323) 850-2784
Contact: Ross M. Dinerstein, Bobby Schwartz, managing partners; Geoff Stults, partner
Biz: Produces and finances films in the $1 million-$5 million range.
Recent pics: "Unknown" "Something Blue,"
"The American Standard"
8530 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 420
Phone: (310) 659-9411
Web site: http://www.fmlyroom.com/
Contact: Randall Emmett, George Furla, co-chairs/producers; M. Dal Walton III, VP, development and business affairs
Biz: Develops, co-finances and produces high-concept feature films with moderate to high budgets.
Recent pics: "16 Blocks," The Wicker Man,"
"The Amittyville Horror"
9601 Wilshire Blvd., 3rd Floor
Phone: (310) 248-2000
Contact: Sandrine De Clercq, Jourdan Martin, Graham Taylor, Modi Wiczyk
Biz: Film finance and international department packages, secures distribution and obtains financing for films on behalf of clients.
Recent pics: "Nine Lives," "Be With You,
1041 N. Formosa Ave.
Phone: (323) 850-2747
Web site http://www.endgameentertainment.com/
Contact: James D. Stern, CEO; Douglas E. Hansen, chief operating officer; Julia Eisenman, prexy
Biz: A private equity fund offering access to investment opportunities across a portfolio of entertainment industry investments, primarily in motion pictures, but also other entertainment related businesses. Budgets range from $2 million-$20 million.
Recent pics: "Proof," "Stay Alive,"
|First Look Studios
8000 Sunset, East Penthouse
Phone: (323) 337-1000
Web site: http://www.firstlookmedia.com/
Contact: Henry Winterstern, CEO and co-chairman; Bill Lischak, prexy and chief operating officer; Dana Lambert, VP, creative affairs
Biz: Involved in distribution, sales, financing and production of independent feature films
Recent pics: "The Breed," "Wassup Rockers,"
65 Bleecker St., 3rd Floor
Phone: (212) 539-4000
Web site: http://www.focusfeatures.com/
Contact: David Linde, James Schamus, co-presidents; John Lyons, production prexy
Biz: Specialty films unit of Universal Pictures handles movie production, financing and worldwide distribution.
Recent pics: "Broken Flowers," "My Summer of
Love," "The Motorcycle Diaries"
127 Broadway, Suite 221
Contacts: Kourosh Esmailzadeh, president
Biz: film finance, production and worldwide distribution.
Recent pics: "Baker's Dozen," "Machiavelli in Love," " "Tour de Farce"
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|Fox Searchlight Pictures
10201 W. Pico Blvd.
Phone: (310) 369-3000
Web site: http://www.foxsearchlight.com/
Contact: Steve Gilula, distribution prexy; Peter Rice, prexy; Nancy Utley, marketing prexy
Biz: Filmmaker-oriented company focuses on distinctive films, distributed internationally by 20th Century Fox.
Recent pics: "Bee Season," "Roll Bounce,"
8954 W. Pico Blvd.
Phone: (310) 278-6468
Contact: Sean Furst, Bryan Furst, producers; Shauna Phelan, creative executive
Biz: Feature film and television production company produces
high-end, independent films with budgets from $5 million-$20 million.
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