Marc Rosen

Marc Rosen

Marc Rosen has over 17 years of experience in the film and television industry at both the major studio/network and independent producer level. With the upcoming Season 2 of SENSE8 on Netflix, Marc has (co)-executive produced 40 hours of high-end scripted television content. From 2012-2015, Marc was the Co-Founder and C.E.O of Georgeville Television. Prior to GVTV, he had exclusive Studio Deals in Film and Television from 2007-2009. Leading up to this, Marc founded and ran the Warner Brothers offices of Heyday Films, where he founded the company’s television division, Heyday Television. Marc graduated with Honors from Princeton with a B.A. in English Literature and a Minor in Theatre.

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Christian Scheurer

Christian Scheurer

Christian Scheurer was born in Bern, Switzerland. Son of a zoologist father and an artist mother, he lived in several countries throughout his childhood; from the bush in South Africa to the Seychelles Islands. He made his abitur in math and science in Liestal, Switzerland and went on to St. Luc art academy in Belgium, majoring in visual communications with an emphasis on graphic novels.
After winning the prestigious Philip Morris Award for his graphic novels, he was selected to be one of the official artists of the 700-year celebration of Switzerland. In 1995 he moved to Los Angeles to work for Jim Cameron’s VFX company DIGITAL DOMAIN on the his first two feature films Titanic and the Fifth Element. Since then, he lent his unique creative vison to over 24 feature films, which have garnered in total 16 academy awards. He specializes in high concept architectural concepts, vehicles, creatures and characters for major feature films, video games and theme parks.

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Marc Schmidheiny

Marc Schmidheiny started in the film business with Christoph Daniel and Dario Suter in 2008. In Berlin, the three partners founded DCM and have already produced and distributed multiple films: THE ARTIST, QUARTET, KON-TIKI, BEHIND THE CANDELABRA, THE GREAT BEAUTY, and BIBI&TINA among others. Since Joel Brandeis joined the eponymous partners in 2010, DCM stands for a Swiss quartet. DCM’s other business field is supporting internet startups as a business angel. Currently, DCM has a total of sixteen shareholdings in its portfolio, which is divided into three areas: Entertainment, technology and e-commerce. As lead investor, DCM is highly involved in the strategic development of its entertainment start-ups Zoobe, tape.tv and Flimmer.