BERYL HUANG | Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Beryl Huang’s family has been involved in the political and governmental sector of Taiwan for many years. She learned first-hand with her father and grandfather the world of international business as well. Some of Huang’s strengths include transportation and banking in the whole Asian continent. For the past 18 years, Huang has focused her activities within the Entertainment space. Her activities now cover the acquisition of media content for distribution in Asia as well as the worldwide distribution of Chinese and Taiwanese film and TV projects in the rest of the world and Chinese Investment in Hollywood projects. Huang is also an international motivational speaker.
FABIEN PRUVOT DELESALLE | Executive VP, Motion Picture Group
Fabien Pruvot Delesalle has a strong experience in the management and the coordination of all facets of a film project’s specific infrastructure including the acquisition and development of material, talent and crew deals, production loans, film receipts, tax incentive rebates, film completion guarantees, etc. During his 20 year career as a film director and producer, he has had heavy involvement in the negotiation and completion of an array of different distribution deals both international and domestic including theatrical, VOD and home video releases with such companies as Sony Pictures Classics, HBO, Buena Vista and others.
JASON LOVETT | Executive, Creative Development
With 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry and having creative successes both in the United State and abroad, Lovett heads the Creative Development of Bruber Media. He finds and develops precious stories and screenplays from infancy to completed film through all stages of production.
WILLIAM WALL | Head of Studio Production
William Wall is a director, producer, and screenwriter, known for The D-Mo Show (2015), Zero: Dawn of the Darklighters and Android 413 (2010). William is now focused on developing and producing feature films for a global audience through the joint venture between his studio Halo Cinematic and Bruber Media Partners. Bruber Media Partners and Halo Cinematic just finished the production of a short feature film entitled "Daisy Belle."
Bruber Media Partners recognizes that partners are necessary in order to succeed. The following represent a collection of professionals committed to working with Bruber Media Partners.
CLARK PETERSON | Film Production
Producer of the Academy Award-winning "Monster" starring Charlize Theron, Clark Peterson has produced and executive produced a wide variety of award-winning films, documentaries, and television productions.
In features, Peterson most recently produced the animated film "Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet," featuring the voice talents of Liam Neeson and Salma Hayek and directed by Roger Allers ("The Lion King"). Other projects include "Rampart" starring Woody Harrelson from a script by James Ellroy, Atom Egoyan's "Devil's Knot" with Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon, festival darling "My Date with Drew," "Decoding Annie Parker" starring Helen Hunt, Samantha Morton, and Aaron Paul. In television, he is currently developing "Shakedown" at HBO with David Fincher and James Ellroy, "Scanners" at Cinemax, based on David Cronenberg's classic. He has also developed series at Showtime, FX, the CW, Lifetime, and HBO Canada, and has produced television movies for CBS.
BENNETT W. ROOT, JR. | Legal Affairs
Bennett W. Root, Jr., an honors graduate of Harvard Law School and University of Michigan, has practiced law in Southern California for over 30 years, for two decades as a senior partner at a large, international law firm and more recently as head of a boutique practice representing entrepreneurial and technology development businesses. His firm handles a broad range of transactional, investment and controversy matters, with specialties in corporate development, intellectual property and taxation. Over the past ten years, he has also been engaged as a director, officer and counsel for various start-up and early stage businesses. Recently, Root was appointed as a Public Health Commissioner for the County of Los Angeles and serves on the Board of Visitors for the Humanities Institute at the University of Michigan. When not working, Root enjoys photography, writing, fine arts and travel. He and his wife live in the Pasadena area.
In 2009, director William Wall's visions began coming to life under his first production company MetroCity Films. Initial projects The Wheeler of Oz and Android 413 won titles such as "Best Fan Film" and "Official Selection" at Phoenix Comicon and San Diego Comic-Con International, as well as a finalist in the Stella Artois 2010 film contest.
In 2011, the feature film The Immortal Edward Lumley told a story about a man who, for reasons unknown by him, cannot die. The film ultimately won "Best Feature", "Best Fantasy" and "Best of Festival" at Phoenix Comicon and the San Diego Film Awards and "Best On-The-Edge Film" at the Louisville International Film Festival. In addition, the crew was awarded with "Best Director", "Best Score Composition", "Best Sound Design" and "Best Costumes & Make-up" from the San Diego Film Awards.
In 2013, the short film Zero was created about a little android from a distant planet returning to Earth after 70 years. Zero went on the collect an array of festival awards and official selections from the Los Angeles Fear & Fantasy Film Festival, San Diego Film Awards, San Diego Comic-Con International, Phoenix Comicon and Sci-Fi London Film Festival. Now, with a feature film and a short film in the works, Halo Cinematic is continuing to deliver award-winning films with a flair for the extraordinary.
3D ENTERTAINMENT DISTRIBUTION
Founded in 2001 and headquartered in London (UK) with a satellite office in Los Angeles, 3D Entertainment Films (3DEF) is a vertically-integrated company focused on the production of innovative films for IMAX® theatres and digital 3D cinemas worldwide.
In 2007, 3D Entertainment Distribution (3DED) was created to become the theatrical sales and marketing arm of 3D Entertainment Films. 3D Entertainment Distribution’s mission is to immerse audiences of all ages in unique story-driven experiences that both inspire and educate.
Focusing on the sales and distribution of innovative 3D films for Giant Screen theatres and digital 3D cinemas worldwide, it oversees all non-production-related activities from theatrical film rights sales, film marketing, promotional events and educational outreach programs, to the development of ancillary markets.
The cornerstone of the 3DED catalogue is an exceptional underwater film trilogy presented by Jean-Michel Cousteau – “Ocean Wonderland 3D,” “Sharks 3D” and “Dolphins and Whales 3D” – which has cumulatively grossed over USD 86 million at the box office to date. In 2010, the company successfully launched its first acquisition, N3D LAND Films’ “Sea Rex 3D: Journey to a Prehistoric World,” which was named Best Earth Sciences Program at the 2011 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. In April 2012, “Air Racers 3D,” produced by sister company 3D Entertainment USA alongside Pretend Entertainment and Stereoscope, became the Company's fifth release. This was followed by the stunning “Kenya 3D: Animal Kingdom” in March 2013.
In March 2014, “D-Day, Normandy 1944,” from the director and producers of “Sea Rex 3D: Journey to a Prehistoric World,” will be released at IMAX® and Digital cinemas worldwide. This large format documentary, produced entirely in 3D, provides a new, penetrating look at this monumental event that forever changed the course of history.