Dean Zanuk represents the third generation of one of Hollywood's most illustrious film families. His grandfather was the legendary Darryl F. Zanuck, Co-Founder and Chairman of 20th Century Fox, and his father was the Oscar-winning Producer, Richard D. Zanuck. Working with 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers and Columbia Pictures, Zanuck has developed and produced a host of memorable and commercially successful feature films, such as Road to Perdition, Planet of the Apes, Alice in Wonderland. Now leading The Zanuck Company into the new millennium, Zanuck has expanded the company, adding two new divisions: Zanuck Independent and Zanuck Family Entertainment.
David Godfrey after several years of studio management at Shepperton, he was appointed Director of UK Operations for the Pinewood Group, managing all UK sites. Having worked with so many film makers over the years, along with building and running Antalya Studios, at a time when the world was crying out for studio space. Pinewood were keen to develop a global brand and international footprint and export their skills and services abroad so appointed him Director of Overseas Expansion where he oversaw construction of Studios in the Dominican Republic, Malaysia and China.
Carola Ash, presently Director of Member Relations and Awards, International Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, (The Oscars), developing partnerships and collaborations to serve Academy members and promote the Academy brand. Previously she has financed and packaged for Capa Films and consulted for Zero Gravity Management, a US Talent and Production Facility, after leaving the Future Films Group. Steve Margolis recruited her to be the Head of Production and Development from Warner Brothers where she was Director of International Production.
Costa Milton Theo
Costa Milton Theo, South African born, trained as a Lawyer in New York is the director of several companies, and now managing his portfolio in Dubai. As well as other ventures Costa set up and financed Theta Films in the late nineties, incorporated Igloo Post Production in 2007, whilst also purchasing Earth-Touch Limited, a company specialising in Wild Life Documentaries on the continent of Africa. He then expanded by buying The Works International in 2010, a major UK based Sales and Distribution company for films, which he took private and sold in 2017.
Frank Wuliger, Partner in the Gersh Agency, with offices in Beverly Hills it maintains twelve full service departments: Talent, Literary, Film Finance, Books, Comedy, Theatre, Production, Alternative, Digital, Branding, Commercial Production and Commercial Endorsements. The Agency’s roster includes award-winning actors, producers, directors and production talent in film, television, new media, branded content and stage. For over seven decades, Gersh has remained one of the most recognisable names in the Entertainment Industry.