Jeffrey Gliwa, Producer – Millennium Media

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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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Blue Shark Pictures & Millennium Media Have an 8 Picture Film Slate in Development for 2021

The Protector

Logline: Tasked with helping a mysterious government scientist disappear, a protective service agent is betrayed by his client and must catch the man before he unleashes a deadly new fear toxin on the world.

Synopsis: Prescott is motivated by fear. Like the very rats he experimented on he’ll do anything to survive. He’ll change his name, his past, even his face, essentially killing off his old self entirely. He’s smart and driven and if he hadn’t hired Cavanaugh he may well have gotten away for good. But Cavanaugh’s smart and driven too, and with a little help from his smart and driven girlfriend, he’s able to follow the clues and the clues lead to Prescott’s dead wife. The revelation that Prescott’s wife died while he was whiling away his hours working on a bio-weapon for the government allows Cavanaugh to catch back up with him after seemingly losing him for good. But what initially feels like a big win turns out to be just the opposite. The near miss stokes the flames of Prescott’s fear and paranoia and forces his hand. He makes a deal with the Russians who’ve been after him for his toxin from the beginning. Only now the deal has changed. With all the leverage on the Russians side they demand that Prescott carry out their plan for them. So Prescott sets out for an anti-government protest a million strong in NYC’s Central Park where he’ll unleash his creation in the midst of a massive, heavily armed police presence. He’ll slip away in the bloody mayhem that ensues and in the aftermath the Russians will make public the weapon’s shocking origins; that it’s a product of the very government they were protesting against. The revelation will tear the country apart, handing Russia it’s biggest victory yet in their ongoing clandestine efforts to undermine the U.S. from within.

The secret weapon developed by the man Cavanaugh is assigned to protect multiplies the effects of fear, incapacitating its victims. A lot of people want Daniel Prescott’s secret, but Cavanaugh needs the antidote. When Prescott disappears after causing the death of the team charged with keeping him alive, Cavanaugh and his wife Jamie go after him in a high-speed chase that traps them between government agents and foreign operatives each racing to find the scientist.

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Eye in the Sky

Logline: An action thriller about an LAPD helicopter pilot that tries to capture a notorious arms dealer who is terrorizing the city in a fully-weaponized Black Hawk.

Monkey Business

Logline: The true story of writers Hans and Margret Rey, a married Jewish couple who fled Paris on bicycles during the German invasion of 1942 with a single copy of what would eventually become the worldwide phenomenon ”Curious George.”

ATTACHED: John Krasinski, Emily Blunt. This is a documentary about Hans and Margaret Rey, creators of the popular children’s book ‘Curious George’. Millennium owns the rights to the doc and is developing a feature on this incredible true story. Hans and Margaret Rey were German Jews working as authors in Paris in 1940. When the Nazis invaded, they fled Paris by bicycle with a single manuscript of what would later become the worldwide phenomenon CURIOUS GEORGE. This is a harrowing story of love in the face of oppression and shows how imagination can lift people through the darkest of times.

The Strategist

Logline: An action movie about the CIA’s most unusual recruit: a brilliant chess master who is brought in to mastermind the takedown of an ambitious dictator — a brilliant, brutal man with impenetrable security who could only be out-played by the strategist.

A sophisticated edge of your seat espionage-thriller following the unlikeliest CIA recruit, STANLEY RICHARDS – – a chess master who is brought in to mastermind the takedown of a ruthless Dictator. Upon landing in the Dictator’s hermit kingdom, Stanley spends a week playing chess with the Dictator, attempting to earn his trust in order to hatch a carefully engineered assassination, only to discover the charming yet lethal Dictator is more brilliant than the CIA had led Stanley to believe.

Duty, Honor, Country (West Point Has Fallen)

Logline: When terrorists take over the U.S. Military Academy campus at West Point, an expelled cadet must team with a professor to save the students held hostage.


Logline: Damien Wall lives a quiet life in Washington State with his expecting wife, until his Mafioso past comes back to threaten everything, forcing him to return to his former life to settle an old score and keep his family safe.


Logline: A brilliant new criminal group demands an escalating series of multi-million dollar ransom payments be delivered by the CIA, or high-profile people will be killed—and the blame will be pinned on the agency. Each time the CIA sends in an agent, they lose the cash, and the agent dies. The CIA is forced to bring in its most brilliant—and most rebellious— former agent to set things right.

The Follower

LoglineUprooted to Eastern Europe by her absentee husband, Sarah Bowman befriends a local artist who finds inspiration following strangers to glimpse an illicit peek into their lives. He convinces her to try it. But what starts as an innocent game of voyeurism spirals into a dangerous web of sex, lies, and murder.

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