We have amazing partners in place at Blue Shark Pictures. Our partners include;
Millennium Media / Jeffrey Greenstein
Jeffrey Greenstein joined Millennium Media in 2010 and has worked on more than fifty films during his tenure at the company, including The Expendables franchise ($800M), Olympus has Fallen and London Has Fallen ($375M), The Hitman’s Bodyguard ($175M), Criminal ($38M), and Mechanic Resurrection ($125M).
Greenstein has risen through the proverbial ranks of Millennium’s corporate ladder with lightning speed. Named President of International Sales & Distribution at Nu Image/Millennium Films in April 2015, Greenstein oversaw the sales and distribution of all Millennium productions. In 2016, Greenstein became President of Millennium Media. In this role, he manages all aspects of the independent studio.
On Millennium’s upcoming slate are Mike Mignola and Neil Marshall’s reboot of Hellboy starring David Harbour;Angel Has Fallen, directed by Ric Waugh; Rambo V starring Sylvester Stallone; Rod Lurie’s adaptation of Jake Tapper’s Afghan war story The Outpost with Scott Eastwood, Caleb Landry Jones, Orlando Bloom; Poison Rose starring John Travolta, Famke Janssen, Morgan Freeman and Robert Patrick; and Kill Chain with Nicolas Cage and Ryan Kwatan.
Greenstein is a graduate of the University of Central Florida – College of Business Administration, where he majored marketing with a concentration in sales.
Prior to entering the film business, he was an Assistant Trainer for the Anthony Robbins Foundation, owned and published a performance driven magazine for young professionals, and owned and operated a commercial carpet cleaning company he started at the age of 19.
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Millennium Media’s Website
Jeffrey Greenstein’s IMDB Page
Zide Pictures / Warren Zide
Warren Zide is the producer of the most successful comedy franchise in cinema history, American Pie and one of the top-grossing horror franchises of all time Final Destination. His first 8 films grossed over $2.5 Billion Dollars at the Box Office.
He is the most sought-after producer in Hollywood because of his ability to forecast & select Box Office Gold. Many have nicknamed him ‘The Oracle of Hollywood Producers’. This Box Office Gold is now in the hands of everyone who is part of our team, and our investors are the most important part of our team.
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Warren Zide’s IMDB Page
Rob Nilsson is an independent director, based in San Francisco. Nilsson and co-director John Hanson won the Camera d’Or at Cannes for Northern Lights (1978) and Nilsson won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival for Heat and Sunlight (1987). He is the first American film director to have won both awards. In 2010, The Anthology Film Archive featured a retrospective of Nilsson’s work with Cine Manifest, a film collective he co-founded in San Francisco during the 1970’s. Works screened included Northern Lights (1978) and Signal 7 (1986). He is the director/writer of Arid Cut, which is completed and set to be released, which is produced by Jeffrey Gliwa.
He is the creator of the Direct Action style of digital filmmaking taught in the Tenderloin Group Actor’s Ensemble, San Francisco and featured in workshops conducted around the world. Nilsson is a pioneer in the techniques of video to film transfer which led to today’s digital revolution. In 1985, Signal 7 (1986) was the first small-format video feature to be blown up to film and distributed around the world. Chalk (1996), his first feature with the Tenderloin Action Group (later the Tenderloin yGroup), a San Francisco inner city acting workshop, was featured in the Locarno and Toronto film festivals. It was voted one of the top films of the year by the Village Voice.
The 9 @ Night film series, nine feature films sharing characters and circumstance with dialogue improvised by the Players, received the San Francisco Film Critic’s Circle Marlon Riggs Award for courage and innovation in cinema in 2008. Seven of Nilsson’s 9 @ Night film series, nine Direct Action digital features cast from the yGroup, Stroke (2000), Singing (2000), Scheme C6 (2001) and Need (2005), Pan (2006), Used (2007) and Go Together (2007) had their World Premieres at the Mill Valley International Film Festival. Attitude (2003) had its World Premiere at the Hong Kong International Film Festival in 2003 and Noise (2002) at the Virginia FF, also in 2003. The World Premiere marathon screening of all 9 feature films took place at the Harvard Film Archive in 2007.
In collaboration with studio Malaparte in Japan, Nilsson completed a Direct Action digital feature film shot on Sagi Island off the coast of Hiroshima. Winter Oranges had its world premiere in 2000 at the Fukuoka Film Archives in Fukuoka and its US Premiere at the Mill Valley International Film Festival in 2000. In 2000, Nilsson shot another Direct Action digital feature (Samt) in Jordan, working with a cast of young Jordanians assembled by Zenid, a Jordanian institute for social development. Samt had its world premiere at the Mill Valley International Film Festival in 2004.
In 2003 Nilsson, in conjunction with Resfest South Africa, shot Frank Dead Souls, a Direct Action digital feature shot in Cape Town locations with a cast selected from town and township. In 2005 the Pacific Film Archive hosted the World Premiere of Security, a Direct Action feature film produced during a Nilsson residency at the University of California, Berkeley. Security won the Audience Award at the Green Cine Internet Film Festival. In 2006 the Kansas City Filmmaker’s Jubilee presented Opening, a Direct Action feature sponsored and produced in Kansas City by the festival, as its Opening Night film.
Nilsson has directed A Town Has Turned to Dust (1998), a feature film for the USA Channel, from a script by Rod Serling. Presque Isle (2008), a narrative feature shot on locations in the Santa Cruz Mountains and Northern Wisconsin premiered at the Mill Valley FF in 2007. Nilsson directed screen legend Stacy Keach in Imbued (2009) in 2009, which premiered at the Mill Valley International Film Festival. With Citizen Cinema, he continues to create and direct films in the Direct Action improvisational style he pioneered. Nilsson completed Sand (2010), The Steppes (2011), Maelstrom (2012), Collapse, (2013), A Leap to Take, (2013) and A Bridge to a Border (2014). He also created a feature documentary, What Happened here (2013) a road movie, personal essay on the life of Leon Trotsky.
Nilsson’s film criticism has been featured on Ifilm and the Adobe Motion Channel and in a regular editorial column in RES, once the world’s leading magazine on digital filmmaking. Nilsson received a Rockefeller Artist’s Grant in 2002. Retrospectives of Nilsson’s work have taken place at the Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, Chicago Institute of Art, Resfest, Seoul, Korea, Digital Talkies Festival, New Dehli, India, MOV Festival and Cinemanila, Manila, Philippines, Hong Kong IFF, and the Kansas City Filmmaker’s Jubilee. He had recent retrospectives at the Yerevan International Film Festival in Armenia, the Moscow International Film Festival, and the Love is Folly Film Festival, Varna, Bulgaria.
Recent awards include the Ted M. Larson Award for “outstanding contributions to the film industry” from the Fargo International Film Festival, the Indie Pioneer Award from the Kansas City Filmmaker’s Jubilee, a Filmmaker of the Year award from the Silver Lake Film Festival, Los Angeles, the Milley Award from the city of Mill Valley for achievement in the Arts, the Filmmaker’s Award from the Mill Valley Film Festival, the Master’s Award from the Golden Apricot International Film Festival, Armenia, the Golden Aphrodite from the Love is Folly Film Festival, Bulgaria and the Sophia Lifetime Achievement Award from the Syracuse International Film Festival. His book of poetry, From a Refugee of Tristan Da Cunha was released in 2007 and is available at Authorhouse.com and Wild Surmise, A Dissident View, his book about the cinema was released in 2013 and is available on Amazon and Authorhouse.com. Nilsson is also an artist with an extensive body of work.
To watch Arid Cut produced by Jeffrey Gliwa, visit this link (password required).
Rob Nilsson’s IMDB Page
Christopher R. Coppola is the older brother of movie star Nicolas Cage and they both are the nephews of Francis Ford Coppola, and first cousins of Sofia Coppola, Roman Coppola, Gia Coppola, and Jason Schwartzman. Christopher is also the nephew of Talia Shire, who played Adrian in the Rocky movies and Connie Corleone in The Godfather films.
Christopher Coppola, President of PlasterCITY Productions Inc., has been a champion of and leader in digital media for over a decade. Since 1987, he has directed ten feature films, numerous television shows and developed and produced content for alternative distribution and interactive platforms. He has spoken at CES, NAB, SHOWWEST as well as many film festivals about the future of digital filmmaking. His production company is producing a slate low-budget feature films on which SFAI film students can intern and learn by working on set alongside professionals. In 2006, he created Project Accessible Hollywood (PAH), a non-profit digital film festival designed to reach the “everyday person.” PAH educates people in the use of digital media while encouraging them to express themselves artistically. To date, over sixty digital media festivals, called PAH-FESTs, have been held across the U.S. and abroad. Christopher is the head of the film program and a tenure professor at the San Francisco Art Institute. As a California Arts Council councilman reappointed by Governor Jerry Brown to a second term, Christopher advocates for arts education in public schools and digital media literacy. He has been a member of the Directors Guild of America for 21 years.
Born: in Los Angeles County, California, USA
Visit Christopher Coppola at the following links:
Christopher Coppola’s IMDB page
Click on the links below and use the passwords when necessary to gain access and learn more about the productions that Christopher Coppola has done in the past, and are slated for the future:
password = Torch#77
Watch “Sacred Blood Trailer” on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/119170720? ref=em-share
Watch “Who is Christopher Coppola?” on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/35430538? ref=em-v-share
Watch “Professor Coppola” on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/35406548? ref=em-v-share
PAH Fest: https://vimeo.com/118647892
Watch “Christopher Coppola and Kodak Super 8” on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/157101111? ref=em-share
The link to first 8 minutes of editor’s assembly (since tightened):
password = Coppola7
San Francisco scenes with Rita Moreno:
password = Howler Monkey
Various scene shot in Belize (approx. 15 minutes):
password = Jungle7
Torch Drums Belize
Watch the films directed by Christopher Coppola on Fandor
How the Coppola Family Dynasty Make Movies Together | IndieWire
Biography for Tom Luddy
Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ Crosses $10 Million at Indie Box Office
A Coppola visits Hazleton to teach filmmaking class
Bailey Coppola is the son of Christopher Coppola and is positioned to be the next A-list actor of the Coppola family, and was the star of the movie “Sacred Blood”.
Here is some more information about Bailey Coppola;
Watch “Bailey Coppola Acting Reel 1:17” on Vimeo:
Watch “Bailey Reno Scenes” on Vimeo:
Jeffrey Gliwa is opening a VIP Vegan Lounge; “V Pictures” in Los Angeles with Timothy Spuches as the manager of the project:
Born and raised in on New York’s Upper East Side., Timothy Spuches schooled and socialized with the rich and famous heirs and heiresses in his neighborhood (Columbia SIPA) he created an marketing and promotions company which utilized his extensive Rolodex to fill the most prestigious nightclubs of the era with wealthy and notable young socialites.
After an extremely successful run, Spuches decided to bring his clientele which had expanded to celebrities and Downtown celebutantes under one roof. He opened SOHO uber rest-lounge Veruka which immediately became an internationally famous hot spot for stars in film, music and sports. The spot became legendary among other things for being among the very first to feature bottle service as commonly practiced today.
In 2000 he partnered with Studio 54 to open a VIP club above the theater which garnered intense media coverage due to its high profile clientele. After a successful run, Spuches and his brother took over an art deco boutique hotel in South Beach, The Marlin on Collins Avenue. There he transformed the lobby and patio into a restaurant/bar known as Rex which became a favorite of other NYC ex pats.
Returning to NY in the midst of the financial crisis. Spuches came upon an ambitious project on Ludlow Street that was struggling mightily after opening with little fanfare months earlier. Partnering with ownership he and a longtime associate resuscitated the endeavor by completing design and opening a restaurant on the “roof” level and a bottle service nightclub (SGTs) in the cellar. By spring 2011 Hotel Chantelle took LES nightlife to an entirely different level with queues stretched around the block.
By late 2013, the considerable investment in the space (1.7 million debt) had been completely paid off. By the following summer Hotel Chantelle was serving 300 cover brunches every weekend, 509+cover dinners followed by the busiest nightlife in the neighborhood, hosting crowds of thousands.
Between 2014 and 2019, Hotel Chantelle consistently earned $7M in revenue; delivering profits of 35% to the partners , considering higher than the industry standard 15-18% driven largely by highly profitable bottle revenue .
In 2014, Spuches and the HC team opened another Hotel Chantelle in London and a restaurant/cocktail bar in Williamsburg (The Regal) In striking contrast to his neighbors Spuches was cited by the 7th precinct and local block associations alike as a model operator who maintained a clean and safe operation.