Founder of MMP, Producer, Executive Producer, Casting Director, & Writer
Recent credits include co-writing and producing the 2010 feature film “As Good As Dead” (starring Cary Elwes, Andie MacDowell, and Frank Whaley), and producing and casting “Festival of Light” (starring Aidan Quinn). Pomerance produced the award-winning docu-drama, “How to Kill" and "The Hottest Day of the Year," which were made for ZDF. She also produced news stories during the war in Yugoslavia through her production company, Exile Films Ltd, which aired on BBC World Service, Granada TV, and Channel Four News. She wrote the narration for, “You Can Be in My Dream,” which was directed by Mike Figgis. This was premiered at the Bienale in Valencia in 2003 and the ICA in London. Other credits include writing for the television series “Shop the World,” acting in “Around the Time,” and working as the production manager for “I is a Long Memoried Woman.” She has been a contributing writer for the Independent Newspaper (UK) and several trade magazines, including Indiewire and CameraUK. She has several movie projects in development with Major Motion Pictures, including "SNAP," and "Son of the South," and “Gurus and Gansgters.” Pomerance is extremely personable, hard working, and creative; she brings strong Hollywood ties and years of filmmaking experience to this project.
Co-Founder of MMP, Director, Producer, & Writer
For the past fifteen years Jonathan Mossek has worked as a Director, Producer and Editor in both film and television. He received his training as a film maker working in news for NBC, covering world global events such as: the Intifada in Gaza and the assassination of PM Rabin, Kosovo, Afghanistan, the Miners story in Chile, the earthquakes in Haiti and most recently he returned from covering the revolution in Egypt and Libya. He also co-created a successful Network show for Grey Advertising, “Shop The World,” which was syndicated across the U.S. He has also worked in documentary both directing and producing, Mossek directed the 3-Part PBS series, “Cuban Masters,” and produced “Have You Heard of The Panthers.” In 2010 Jonathan Mossek’s first feature, “As Good as Dead,” premiered in L.A. at the Beverly Hills Film Festival and was released theatrically by First Look in October. The movie received a great deal of favorable press both in print and online. The New York Times said, “ A gruesomely alluring tale of long-simmering revenge…. the pacing is just right: secrets are revealed not in a single twist, but a little at a time.” (movies.nytimes.com/2010/10/08/movies/08good.html)
Barry Alexander Brown
Producer, Writer, Director, Editor
Barry was born in England, however, he grew up in the South, where is mother is from, and graduated high school in Montgomery, Alabama. As a director he was nominated for an Oscar for his first film, the full-length documentary “The War at Home.” His first feature, “Lonely in America,” opened to glowing reviews and was a hit of MIFED, where it was sold to over 70 countries. His second feature, “Winning Girls,” was also highly praised - Variety called it a “gem.” His third feature is a 3D comic spoof titled “Last Looks,” which was shot entirely on location in Turkey. Barry is also known as a premiere film editor. He has cut many of Spike Lee’s best films during their 20 years of collaboration, including “Do The Right Thing,” “Malcolm X,” (for which he also served as the 2nd Unit Director) “25th Hour,” and “Inside Man.”
Producer & Line Producer (Boston Office)
Ken@MajorMotion-Pictures.com, www.imdb.com/name/nm0325453/, www.linkedin.com/in/kengolden
Born and educated in New York City, Ken Golden started his career as a child actor and attended the High School of Performing Arts. During his undergraduate work at New York University, he discovered filmmaking and stayed on to graduate with a Master of Arts in Film Production. After a three-year stint as an Associate Professor, teaching film at Brandeis University, and then a five-year assignment producing documentaries and After School Specials for Windhover Productions, Ken Golden began working exclusively in the theatrical feature film arena. During a career that spans over 35 years, he has worked as Production Manager, Associate Producer, Line Producer and Producer on many theatrical feature films as well as films for television and for producers/directors including John Schlesinger (Honky Tonk Freeway), Louis Malle (Atlantic City and Alamo Bay), Mel Brooks (84 Charing Cross Road), Ivan Reitman (Ghost Busters II) and Joan Micklin-Silver (Big Girls Don’t Cry). He is currently producing for Major Motion Pictures, LLC., a development and production company in New York and Los Angeles, and is also adjunct faculty at the New England Institute of Art, teaching Motion Picture Producing, Production Management and Film. Ken, a father of three children, is a long term past member of both the Producers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America.
Stephen R. Foreht
Stephen R. Foreht was admitted to practice in New York and to practice before the U.S. District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York in 1986; in New Jersey and before the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey in 1987, and was admitted to practice in California in 1995. He specializes in Corporate and Commercial Law, including mergers, acquisitions, secured financing transactions, franchise filings and public and private placement offerings, Real Estate Law and Entertainment Law. Mr. Foreht is a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, the New York State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association, where he serves as a member on the Section on Corporation, Banking and Business Law and the Forum Committee on Entertainment and Sports Industries. Mr. Foreht also is a member of the New York County Lawyers Association where he also serves as a member of the Special Committee on Communications and Entertainment Law. His clients include publicly traded and privately held corporations and businesses, not-for-profit foundations and theatre companies, co-operative corporations, commercial and residential landlords and tenants, and individuals in the arts and entertainment community. Mr. Foreht is a founding member and director of Kids For Life Foundation (focusing on inner-city youth at risk), and a director of Blackberry Productions, a not-for-profit theatrical company. He also provides pro bono representation to not-for-profit foundations and, through Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, to members of the Arts communities. Representative clients: The AGIE Charmilles Group (US interests of publicly traded Swiss hi-tech industrial corporation); A.T. Hudson & Company, Inc. (international management consultants), Dr. Boy GmbH + Co. (US interests of a German industrial machinery company); Danny Elfman (composer), Confederation Generale des Producteurs de Lait et des Brebis et Des Industriels de Roquefort (US interests of the village of Roquefort, France), Mastervision International/Arts4All, Ltd. (arts-in-education technology), Markov Processes International LLC (institutional investment software developer), Meritex LLC (hotel support industry), Sugar Beats Entertainment (children’s music recording and production company). Mr. Foreht received his law degree from New York Law School and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University, where he majored in finance and economics and obtained an international business certificate focusing on French-language foreign countries.
Producer & Website Designer
Dan Yonah Ben-Dror Marshall was born in Jerusalem to French-Moroccan & Latvian/Lithuanian-American parents. A life long student, performer, choreographer & teacher of styles/fusions of Jazz dance, Funk, Latin, Hip Hop, Ballroom, Ballet, Modern & World/Folk, Dan has produced/directed many shows & workshops, and has acted, danced & sung in musicals. As an engineering student at UMass Amherst, Dan completed the BFA dance curriculum & instructed Israeli & International Folk Dance for the Performing Arts Division, producing shows with collaborating artists & his students. A life-long martial artist, Dan enjoys the synergy between martial arts & dance, which has drawn him closer to modern Chinese Kung Fu (Wu Shu). As a member of SAG-AFTRA, he has acted, danced, sung, and performed stunts in many films, TV, Internet, & theatrical productions, and recently co-wrote/produced/directed & acted in a TV pilot titled “Soul Purpose,” now in post-production. Dan appeared as Stanley Kowalski in a production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” and received rave reviews. He holds a BA in Mechanical Engineering, has completed 2 years of Northeastern University’s MA in Computer Engineering, and is the Co-Founder/Executive Artistic Director of Brookline/Greater Boston Community Center for the Arts (BCCA) & FreEMotion/LibrEMoción Repertory Company. In addition to his entertainment industry occupations, Dan works as a consultant in business development & finance, graphics & media, production, education, technology & artist space creation, and cantors at synagogue.