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TIMOTHY F. SWAIN, PRODUCER
From 1999 to 2000 Tim was Senior Vice President and General Manager
VP at MOVIEWEB.COM (Millennium Internet Corporation) where he
was responsible for all MovieWeb entertainment functions, interfacing
with the entertainment distribution community as well as development
of high-level studio relationships, including theatrical, video
and television areas. He collaborated with the executive team
in developing and executing the business model and strategic direction
of the company and helped recruit 2nd layer of executive talent.
At TRIMARK ENTERTAINMENT, from 1990 to 1999 he was Executive Vice
President, Domestic Distribution (1996-1999), Senior Vice President,
Domestic Distribution (1992-1996), Vice President, Domestic Theatrical
(1990-1992) where he oversaw all aspects of Domestic Distribution
operations including Trimark Theatrical, Trimark Home Video/DVD,
Trimark Domestic Television and Trimark Non-Theatrical. These
divisions were directly responsible for over 65% of Trimark's
worldwide revenue and profitability. Tim left the company preceding
its merger with Lions Gate Films to join a start up Internet venture.
From 1984 to 1990, at NEW WORLD ENTERTAINMENT Tim was the Vice
President of General Sales and Domestic Distribution where he
contributed to the success of the $400 million dollar entertainment
company which produces and distributes feature films, television
programming, video products and, through it's wholly owned subsidiary
Marvel Comics & Productions, provides publications and animated
programming for children and young adults. The company was then
the dominant independent US Theatrical distributor with successful
releases ranging from "Soul Man" to "Hellraiser"
to "Children of the Corn" and "Heathers".
Since 2000 Tim has been working as an independent producer, with
both private equity sources and Distribution companies to develop,
produce and deliver quality commercial films under his Beartooth
Entertainment banner. Films produced/executive produced include:
"Dahmer" (2002), "Gacy" (2003), "Gang
Of Roses" (2003), "Nora's Hair Salon" (2003), "Debating
Robert Lee" (2004), "Brothas In Arms" (2004), and
"Class C" (2005). Currently in production, this documentary,
produced with Wally Kurth, centers on girls' high school Class
C basketball in Montana.