Richard M. Greenberg – FOUNDER
Mr. Greenberg graduated cum laude from Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., in 1962, and graduated cum laude from Harvard College in 1965. He graduated from Fordham Law School in 1968 and was admitted to the New York State Bar in the same year. In 1969, he volunteered for service in the U. S. Navy where he was an attorney in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, serving
in the Military Justice Division in the Office of the Navy Judge Advocate General. During his tenure, he was staff attorney on the Blue Ribbon Department of Defense Panel to Investigate Conflicts of Interest in the Military, and was Chairman of the Joint Services Working Committee on Military Justice, charged with updating the Uniform Code of Military Justice and military regulations. He was honorably discharged from active duty in 1972 as a Lieutenant in the US Naval Reserve.
Between 1982 and 1985, he and his brother raised approximately $700,000,000 of financing for 17 major motion pictures, including First Blood (the original “Rambo”), Terminator, Excalibur, Easy Money, Platoon, Lone Wolf McQuade, King Solomon’s Mines, and Return of the Living Dead (pictured below).
Magnus Backstrom - FOUNDER
A business professional out of the Universitie of Umea and the University of Gävle, Sweden, Magnus is a corporate business unit and operational strategy expert with 20 years of experience across organizational functions with SCRUM (CSM), E-PROPS, C-PROPS, PRICE 2, TOGAF 9 Foundation and ITIL Foundation certifications. His experience spans a wide range of industries / business sectors which include Information Technology and Telecommunication,
Software Development, Retail, Financial, Public Sector and the Entertainment industry. He has successfully delivered complex projects in 57 countries and on six continents. He routinely manages budgets in excess of 3 Billion dollars.
Nick Bain - FOUNDER
A creative professional with more than twelve years in the Film/Media industries, Nick works in screenwriting, content development and producing. A graduate of The University of Birmingham’s prestigious Playwrighting MPhil under David Edgar, he transitioned from journalism, via satire to theatre where his play, Prints of Denmark was nominated for Amnesty International’s Freedom of Expression Award. He has lived and worked internationally in Europe, Africa and Asia, beginning his TV career in Bollywood.
His latest feature film Suruli, a Bollywood/Hollywood crime thriller is now shooting in London. (Budget $10M) His first Hollywood feature film as producer was with Warner Bros, The Man Who Knew Infinity (2016) distributed in more than 30 countries. He was a screenwriter on feature thriller The List (2013) (Screenplay, Additional Material) and worked as Scripted Development Consultant for Kahani World, India on animated series Coderman and Raju The Auto Rickshaw.(Amazon Prime)