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LOS ANGELES, CA, January 20, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Award winning Entertainment Factory Producer Rick Finkelstein (How Sweet It Is, Death House, Bus Driver, Garlic & Gunpowder, etc...) is moving full steam ahead with plans to open a full service movie studio in 2020.
In 2019 Rick separated from longtime business partner/cousin Steven Chase, and CEO Rick Finkelstein and CCO Karen Finkelstein brought their daughter Kelsey Finkelstein over from Nickelodeon to be the Production Coordinator for the Company and the Studio. They have also teamed up with Brandon Amelotte and Brandon Prevatt to expand and enhance their production team and production value. With all of these successful projects happening, the time seems right to finally open our "Full Service" movie/music studio, said Finkelstein.
Entertainment Factory has won multiple awards and has been nominated for countless others, including making it to the final round for four Oscars and three Grammys. According to Entertainment Factory's Rick Finkelstein: "We put our heart and soul into everything we do. When we take on a project, we don't stop until the movie has been made, released, and it has explored every industry and financial avenue. We create a studio product with a family vibe."
"At Entertainment Factory their goal and passion is to make independent films that make money for their investors. We have all the components to produce quality films that create revenue streams that far surpass most other investment opportunities." Their focus for the project as well as for its participants stands as follows: through efficient cost management, the company uses the most adept personnel and resources that are available to insure the production of a quality, entertaining, highly marketable film that will appeal to a worldwide demographic. They see the film meticulously through every stage, from writing through post production, including marketing and distribution. They are a "hands-on" company that stays involved from inception to completion, and all through the distribution process. This is truly defined by how many different places in the marketplace all of their movies are seen, both in retail and streaming.
Entertainment Factory, LLC
(877) 600-FILM (3456) Office
(954) 638-5544 Cell
(805) 233-6517 Fax
(717) - Studio1
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