President, Motion Picture Group.

By the time he was in his late 20’s, Dimitri Logothetis was already one of the youngest heads of programming in the largest cable television company in the United States. In addition to becoming co-chairman and owner of two production companies, he won countless awards as a director and producer. His film “Champions Forever” became the best-selling documentary video in history. He has Executive Produced forty hours of scripted series television, directed twenty-one hours, directed nine feature films, and produced six feature films. He has worked with Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro and Stacey Keach. Dimitri developed and produced a highly successful Stephen King movie, “Sleepwalkers”, and has written a television mini-series for Warner Brothers and Turner. He executive produced and ran two television series productions for Warner Brothers. In addition, he has run three companies, managed over one thousand employees all over the world, and implemented over two hundred million dollars of production financing in the last ten years. Dimitri graduated with a masters in film and television from Loyola Marymount University.


Executive Vice President of Entertainment

While graduating Magna Cum Laude from Yale University, Peter Meyer found that his senior thesis on MGM and the Studio System in the Age of Mass Production won numerous awards. It was printed and later reprinted in Daily Variety, and has been cited and used in numerous books and entertainment reference books. He quickly became a full agent at the William Morris Agency. Later, Meyer started his own personal management company and continues to represent directors, writers, writer-directors, writer-producers, and book authors who work in all fields of the entertainment world. His list of award-winning clients has included Tom Hanks, Kevin Costner, Christopher Walken, Steve Guttenberg, William Shatner, David Hasselhoff and Sterling Hayden.


Executive Vice President, Business Affairs

A graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara, Mr. Williams received a juris doctorate from the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law and was admitted to the California State Bar in 1977. He was a member of the UCLA Law Review and an extern clerk to the Honorable Joseph T. Sneed, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, in San Francisco, California. Mr. Williams is currently a member of the Board of Trustees, and has served as First Vice President and Treasurer, of Children’s Institute, Inc. (formerly Children’s Institute International), a century old charitable organization providing badly needed services to under-served Los Angeles children and their families. His volunteer services there have included serving as a liaison with the agency and its counsel on a variety of litigation and fundraising activities, as well as overseeing its endowment of over $20,000,000.  He is also a past member of the board of trustees of the Santa Susana Repertory Company, and a past participant in Public Counsel. With almost thirty-four years experience as an attorney and businessman in the Los Angeles area, he has had extensive experience with small and medium-sized companies in various industries, with a particular concentration in the fields of multimedia, entertainment and high technology. Mr. Williams has benefited from having a widely international clientele, including market leaders from Australia, France and Hong Kong, and has locally gained hard-earned experience in significant business litigation as well as substantial financial and transactional matters in the private and public markets.