Scott Franklin

Scott Franklin

Producer Scott Franklin was born and raised in New York where he has established himself as a well-respected veteran of the NYC filmmaking community. He is an Oscar nominee for his work on BLACK SWAN and a two-time recipient of the Independent Spirit Award for Best Picture.
Franklin’s most recent film to hit theaters, Darren Aronofsky’s NOAH, starred Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, Ray Winstone and Logan Lerman. Franklin’s previous hit BLACK SWAN, starring Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel, Mila Kunis, Barbara Hershey, and Winona Ryder, opened at the 2010 Venice Film Festival and went on to earn Golden Globe and Oscar nominations for Best Picture. Natalie Portman won Best Actress at both.
Scott’s previous films include W.E. directed by Madonna and TWO DAYS IN NY, directed by Julie Delpy and starring Delpy and Chris Rock. Franklin also produced Aronofsky’s 2008 film THE WRESTLER, starring Mickey Rourke, Marisa Tomei, and Evan Rachel Wood, which was a recipient of the Golden Lion award at the 2008 Venice Film Festival and won multiple awards at the 2009 Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Picture.

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Wei Han

Wei Han

Wei Han is the founder and the CEO of Bliss Media Ltd., a production and distribution company with its HQ in Shanghai and subsidiary office in Los Angeles. A former investment banker and media sector M&A expert, she has dedicated herself to pioneering a business model that seeks to bring to the global film industry to the booming Chinese market, and the flourishing Chinese film industry to the world. Wei Han is also actively involved in the financing and production of international feature films. She is currently producing the action picture S.M.A.R.T. Chase: Fire and Earth, starring Orlando Bloom, and is also developing Michael Mann’s Enzo Ferrari and Christophe Gans’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

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Oliver Stone

Oliver Stone

Oliver Stone has been credited with writing and or directing over 20 full-length feature films, earning him a well-respected place in cinematic history for some of the most influential and iconic films of the last two decades.
Throughout his long career, which began at a young age writing short plays for his family, Oliver Stone has served as director, writer and producer on a variety of films, documentaries and television movies. He is widely recognized for his controversial versions of recent American history, some of them at deep odds with conventional myth -- films such as 1986's “Platoon,” the first of his Vietnam trilogy, or 1991’s “JFK” and 1994’s “Natural Born Killers” and “Nixon,” his 1995 take on the finer points and parables of the Nixon administration, as well as on George W. Bush in “W.” (2008) Stone says his films are "first and foremost dramas about individuals in personal struggles," and considers himself a dramatist rather than a political filmmaker.

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