WASHINGTON, D.C. — NAB Show, the world’s largest annual conference and expo for professionals who create, manage and distribute entertainment across all platforms, will welcome acclaimed film producers Bradley J. Fischer and James Vanderbilt for a Super Session titled “Mythology Entertainment: Innovative Storytelling in Mythic Proportion,” on Monday, April 7 in Las Vegas.
Fischer and Vanderbilt will provide an in-depth look at their production company, Mythology Entertainment and discuss how they have earned a reputation for producing bold entrepreneurial projects while ensuring the integrity of the film and filmmakers.
William Sherak, co-president of content creation at Deluxe and president of Stereo D, will moderate the discussion, drawing from his own successes in visual effects work on acclaimed films “Titanic 3D,” “The Avengers” and “Thor.” The trio will share their insights into the new demands facing independent film producers, who must constantly find ways to leverage evolving technologies in order to improve their content.
James Vanderbilt is a founding member and partner in Mythology Entertainment, along with Fischer and screenwriter Laeta Kalogridis. For Mythology, he is producing futuristic film “Altered Carbon,” written by Kalogridis and David H. Goodman and based on Richard Morgan’s iconic tale “The Brigands of Rattleborge.” He is also writing and producing “The Nazi and the Psychiatrist.”
Vanderbilt’s screenwriting credits include “Zodiac,” “The Rundown,” “The Losers,” “The Amazing Spider-Man” and “White House Down,” which he also produced. Producing credits include “Basic,” “Zodiac” and Showtime’s Suge Knight documentary, “American Dream/American Knightmare.” Vanderbilt is a writer on upcoming films including “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” “Glide,” “Murder Mystery” and “Solace,” starring Anthony Hopkins.
Bradley J. Fischer, founding member and partner in Mythology Entertainment, began his career at Phoenix Pictures, where he was a producer on Martin Scorsese’s “Shutter Island” and six other films. He served as executive producer on Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan” and produced “White House Down,” Mythology Entertainment’s first project. Other producing credits include David Fincher’s acclaimed film, “Zodiac.” Fischer’s current projects include “The Brigands of Rattleborge,” “Altered Carbon” and a prequel to Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” that Glen Mazzara is writing.
William Sherak is a prominent figure in post-production and feature development. His film credits as Stereo D producer include “Titanic 3D,” “The Avengers,” “Star Trek: Into Darkness,” “Pacific Rim” and “Jurassic Park 3D.” His credits as a producer with Sony and Paramount Studios came on films such as “Daddy Day Camp,” “Role Models” and “Middle Men,” and the hit TBS TV series, “Are We There Yet?,” starring Terry Crews and Ice Cube.
Stereo D is the recognized leader in high-quality conversions of 2D theatrical content into stereoscopic 3D imagery. The company was formed in 2009 and was acquired by Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc. in 2011.
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