By the age of 27, Tamid Milan had successfully started and created 15 businesses, from Jewelry Stores to Valet parking companies, to commercial production companies. At the age of 30 he started a film production company with his partner and sold it for a healthy profit. For the past 7 years he has owned his own financial company and funded countless operations from Construction, Real Estate and Restaurants to name a few.
Mr. Milan has carved his way into the world of finance with financiers, banks and hedge funds. He is now putting his skills into the business of film production. Mr. Milan’s truest passion is to tell stories and create important films that will be both successful and seen by wide audiences. Tamid Is the founder of Milan Pictures.
His career spans over 25 years of experience in producing and writing motion pictures, television, commercials and music videos. From an early age, living across the US and then spending time overseas, Brett learned how to adapt to diverse environments and appreciate the ‘melting pot’ of cultures making up society today.
Brett has a strong background in film production and understands the process of making a movie from the ground up. Some of his most recent production experiences include “Limbo” starring James Purefoy, IFC’s thriller “Feral” with director Mark Young, industry comedy, “the Next Cassavetes”, line producing Sony’s comic book film, entitled “Cross”, starring Vinnie Jones, Michael Clarke Duncan and Tom Sizemore, as well as the thriller, “Rites of Passage”, with Stephen Dorff, Christian Slater and Wes Bentley. He managed the productions of National Lampoon’s “Cattle Call”, segment of Jonathan Winters and Robin William’s mocumentary, “Certifiably Jonathan”, gritty street movie – “Overtown” and the cult movie, “Benny Bliss and the Disciples of Greatness”, accepted by the Sundance Music Division. Other producing credits include: Indie- films: “Underdogs”, “The Caper”, “The Party”, Russian action thriller entitled “Montana”, and various other Russian television shows and commercials.
Additionally, Brett has produced a number of commercials and music videos seen on ABC/ESPN, VH1 & MTV. Most recently, he produced cross promotion spots for the NBA and Fox for “the Greatest Showman” starring Klay Thompson, Enes Kanter and Jayson Tatum, and spots for “The Wedding Ringer” featuring Kevin Hart and Josh Gad, as well as the Nickelback music video – “Trying Not To Love You” starring Jason Alexander, and Lenny Kravitz/International DJ Avicii’s – “Superlove” remix. Others include Train – “If It’s Love”, Megadeth – “Headcrusher” and Airbourne – “Blonde, Bad and Beautiful” & “Bottom Of The Well”.
Brett has written a number of screenplays and television shows ranging from inspirational comedies to psychological thrillers, as well as directing short films accepted to the Cannes Film Festival. He has worked as a freelance producer/copywriter for WB’s “Wonder Woman”, “Going In Style”, “Chips”, “the Mummy”, “the House” and Disney/Buena Vista Television on “My Wife and Kids”, as well as “the Tony Danza Show” aired on ABC Network.
He served a three-year-stint as an in-house studio production manager for New Wave Entertainment and is a proud UCLA graduate with a degree in East Asian Studies and emphasis on the Japanese language.
With over 20 years of experience in Investor Relations, Michael Berkowitz coordinates the participation of both private equity investors and EB 5 investors into our company. Michael has handled investor relations for private companies, small cap companies and start-ups in areas as diverse as sports and entertainment, technology, government contracting and private equity funds. He is particularly attuned to the special needs of EB5 investors, who in addition to their investment goals and the specific requirements of this unique Federal program, need advice and guidance on living in America. As an entrepreneur and business owner himself who has lived overseas, Berkowitz is sensitive to the needs of families seeking relocation, and their questions regarding lifestyle, educational opportunities, cultural, religious and social organizations and more.
Jonathan started his career as an actor while attending Tulane University in New Orleans as a mechanical engineering major. He did numerous, plays, local and regional television commercials and film, including Warner’s Tightrope opposite Clint Eastwood. Upon graduation, he moved to the Los Angeles Area where he studied at the legendary Loft Studio with Peggy Fuery and Bill Traylor, at the same time he worked his way up with the major production companies from craft service to production supervisor / producer on films and over 200 music videos where he continued producing and educating himself behind the camera, as well obtaining a law degree that has become another valuable asset that he brings to the Company. Jonathan produced and either wrote or guided the story for the following projects: Lions Gate’s release of Tooth & Nail and Cabin Fever II, the theatrical release of the crime drama The Killing Jar, Sony’s action comedies Cross and Cross 2, Sony’s comedy Just Add Water, Voltage’s Rites of Passage, and is currently in production on the action thriller entitled Overtown in Miami Beach. Jonathan advises many independent filmmakers on structuring their projects & contracts.
Brenton was Director of Post Production Services for 18 years at New Wave Entertainment as liaison to distribution outlets and for L’Esprit, IBM, FOX, ABC, Warner Bros., Capitol Records, Artisan, BMW, Screen Gems, NBC, Palisades Tartan, Carsey Werner, Interscope and more. He managed all aspects of the post production process including operations, editorial, vfx, audio design, color correction, title design, music and deliverables for projects.
Brenton has also been involved in front of and behind the camera for over 25 years. He has had guest starring roles in both film and television. And has appeared in over 50 national commercials.
His producing credits include “Chokehold”, “My First Miracle” and the 2016 American Black Film Festival Audience Award Winner “The Fix. He recently produced the film “Rottentail” based on a graphic novel published by Source Point Press. He has also produced and directed short form projects for NBC, MSN, NBA, Murad Skin Cream and Interscope Records.
Visionary and entrepreneur with Fortune 500 experience started in the Internet as one of the first employees with Wolfe Internet in Seattle and was instrumental in driving Wolfe in becoming the largest ISP in the Northwest. Executive Co-Founder at LightRealm Communications running Sales & Marketing specializing in colocation, virtual servers, and IP Bandwidth. After selling LightRealm before the Dot Com bust Robert jumped into semi-conductors with a start-up Internet team at Intel and drove business development and marketing with consumers and businesses highlighted by the $300 million Centrino launch. Data Center consulting and Internet Telecom experience led to Business Development at DreamHost driving new standards and products in cloud computing through Ceph Storage, a Linux-based open source distributed storage platform that is transforming the future of storage. Robert has started his own successful apparel company and invented and brought to market a board game. His most recent endeavor is launching Yadagive, the online platform that is transforming the way we give to charity.
As a teenager with no professional crew, Carlos started experimenting with 3D animation and filming anything he could get his hands on.
He landed his first big job back in 2005 as a 3D animator in the Disney blockbuster “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”. He was the youngest member of the crew at the age of 17. And the only one who needed a letter from his parents to be allowed to work.
After Narnia, he was able to join the best. Working on all sorts of projects, from feature films, music videos and commercials for brands like Pepsi and Claritin, to hit shows like HBO’s “Silicon Valley”, FX Network’s “Wilfred” and as on-set VFX Supervisor for shows like “Justified”, and ABC’s “Scandal” and “How to get Away with Murder”.
Most recently, Carlos has been working on Netflix’s revival of “Mystery Science Theater 3K” and “Wet Hot American Summer”, as well as CBS’ “Bull” and “Scorpion”.
Carlos has written and directed many music videos, short films and web series. His films have been selected in many film festivals in Central America, Los Angeles and Chicago.
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