Actor | Producer | Writer
Tom has most recently produced #SCREAMERS, a docu-horror that will be in theaters April 6th, 2018, and has twice been called the best Found Footage movie of all time, as well as SHATTERED, starring Ray Wise & Molly Burnett, HERO OF THE UNDERWORLD (released to VOD November, 2016), starring Malloy, Nicole Fox, and Quinton Aaron, and FAIR HAVEN (released theatrically February 2017, then to SHOWTIME), starring Tom Wopat and Michael Grant, as well as the teen drama ASHLEY, starring Nicole Fox, Michael Madsen and Jennifer Taylor, written by Domenic Migliore, and directed by Dean Ronalds. The film was in theaters in 2013 and is now on VOD everywhere. In 2011, the company produced THE INNER WEIGH, a self-help documentary that has been described as “The Secret” meets weight loss.
The roster of films written and produced by Malloy over the years also includes the 2009 Romantic Comedy LOVE N’ DANCING, which was directed by Rob Iscove (She’s All That), and stars Amy Smart, Malloy, Billy Zane, Rachel Dratch, and Betty White; the psychological thriller THE ALPHABET KILLER, directed by Rob Schmidt (Wrong Turn, Crime & Punishment in Suburbia) and stars Eliza Dushku, Cary Elwes, Malloy, Timothy Hutton, Michael Ironside, and Oscar Winner Melissa Leo; and a thriller directed by Mary Lambert (Pet Sematary) called THE ATTIC, starring John Savage, Malloy, and Elisabeth Moss.
Malloy also produced The World Championships of Country Dance (with Robert Royston) for GAC television. This was the first time a country dancing competition was ever broadcast on television.
Recent television projects for the company include the Amazon TV Series MIDTOWN, which is now in its 2nd Season, as well as the TV pilot THE FUZZ, which was directed by Art Wolff (who also directed the pilot for Seinfeld) and starred Malloy, Peter Jason and Gregory Harrison.
Malloy’s unique ability to both write projects and raise the funding for them has been a primary factor in the success of the company. In fact, Malloy shares his expertise on the subject in his best-selling book about independent film financing, BANKROLL, which is now in its 2nd edition and is considered the "gold standard" of indie film financing. In 2014, he partnered with distribution expert Jason Brubaker to create THE FILM FINANCE GUIDE. Currently BANKROLL has been converted to a video series at www.bankrollyourmovie.com
Malloy also is the President and Co-Founder of Glass House Distribution, an independent film distribution company that launched in 2015 and reps films and documentaries across all genres.
Production | Finance
Armed with a background in production and finance, Adam runs the day-to-day operations of Complete Production Group’s (CPG’s) West Coast office in Los Angeles where he currently serves as the companies President & Managing Partner.
Adam has created and fostered life-long relationships with many executives, Hollywood agents, producers, financiers, and industry insiders in show-business. This deep-rooted proximity to the Entertainment Industry provides a wealth of resources to CPG’s continued success.
In addition to Adam’s core duties with SAG-AFTRA Signatory & Business Affairs in TV, film and commercials, his other work includes: Creating budget plans, entertainment payroll, script acquisitions, and obtaining Letters of Intent and/or Letters of Commitment from both A-List celebrities and funders. From ultra-small budget to blockbuster studio feature, Adam, interprets the pre and post-production process and advisees you of potential pitfalls along the way.
“In the film business, crowd funding will never replace “in-crowd” funding.”
Whether you’re seeking grants, tax credits, private investors, or any type of film-centric project finance, Adam can guide you “from caution and confusion to confidence and clarity.” Having worked closely with all the key players, both above and below the line, he understands the value of finding the right people with the right resources to make things happen.
He is an active member and judge for the NY Emmy Awards, a division of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and is a current voting member of the Grand Jury for the New York Festival’s International TV and Film Awards.
Prior to joining CPG, he was an analyst at a stock research firm that specialized in raising capital for publicly traded companies. He now uses his know-how, contacts, and knowledge of raising equity, and applies it to the entertainment industry.
Adam is a graduate of Hofstra University’s School of Communication.
Executive | Producer
Marc Gold is an in-demand entertainment executive and producer at Fresh Cats Productions, currently overseeing development, marketing, and finance for high quality independent films ranging from $500k to 15 million dollars. His passion for bringing compelling, well-crafted stories to the screen has shaped his career in Hollywood today.
Having felt an inspiration to become a filmmaker at 14 years old, Marc first served his country in the US Navy and then settled into the world of finance where he spent 20+ years in private equity and co-founded several leading California companies.
Since 2013, Marc has produced a wide range of film genres and platforms, building a reputation for handling high-octane films in the action/horror/thriller & drama space. This includes his recent projects: Big Legend, Swell, and the feature film Wish Man, currently out in theaters for 2019.
Outside of Los Angeles, Marc has refined relationships with many producers, writers, and studio executives in multi-billion dollar entertainment hubs such as Atlanta, New York, Las Vegas and Vancouver. These new and ongoing rapports have created tie-ins with various production companies (big & small) and with platform behemoths such as Amazon and Netflix.
In addition to his own slate, which currently includes the features All Stars, The Human Fly, and the Documentary Flag of Souls, Marc enjoys contributing as a featured speaker in the film festival circuit, pitchfests, and large film conventions where he provides guidance and expertise to content creators on how to get their stories into production within their financial capabilities and potentially return revenue.
Filmmaking Stuff is a professional resource for independent filmmakers and provides tips on screenwriting, producing, crowdfunding, directing, movie marketing and film distribution.
About Jason Brubaker
Jason Brubaker is a Los Angeles based movie distribution executive specializing in direct to consumer distribution strategies. As the founder of Brubaker Unlimited, he currently consults with media companies, rights holders and content creators to develop strategies to source content, maximize distribution, grow audiences, build buzz and create community around each title.
Previously Brubaker served as the Manager of Content Acquisitions for Chill, a direct-to-consumer video on demand platform funded by Kleiner Perkins and William Morris Endeavor (WME). While at Chill, Brubaker was responsible for sourcing and acquiring content.
Prior to that, Brubaker also served as the Director of Operations for Distribber, a film distribution company that delivers content to Netflix, iTunes, Hulu, Amazon Prime, while allowing the filmmaker to keep 100% of the revenue.
Additionally, Brubaker is a contributing author of The Independent’s Guide to Film Distributors, he is the founder of Filmmaking Stuff, a professional resource for independent filmmakers, and his articles on independent movie marketing and distribution have been featured in Film Slate, The Independent and Movie Maker Magazine.
TV Producer | Scripted & unscripted
After Robert Townsend, and Keenan Ivory Wayans gave him his first job, in the movie "Hollywood Shuffle", Morgan has co-starred, or guest-starred in over sixty different television programs and films. His TV credits include, LA Law, MacGyver, Martin, The Jamie Foxx Show, In Living Color, China Beach, Living Single, and The Young & The Restless to name a few. Morgan partnered with longtime friend, actor/director Blair Underwood, and they formed their company, Intrepid Inc., which has sold shows to The CW Network, BET, TLC, Oxygen, and NBC. Morgan and Underwood have an Emmy Award for their series, "Give", currently shooting season 2, on NBC.