Los Angeles, CA, April 28, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- “CSGA” announced seven films for its upcoming film slate being developed by industry veterans Bob Myers and Susan Kay Moses. CSGA is an information age hub working within a largely digitized environment. The Company’s executives have over 50 years of combined experience in the entertainment, education, and communications industries, which includes senior management positions in successful privately owned and public entertainment companies. Susan and Bob’s combined film production and other producing experience reflects over 300 film and television productions.
CSGA’s strategy is to create an entertainment business, through strategic alliances, utilizing the Internet to allow low budget independent films to be directly matched to a host of production services, alternative funding, distribution companies, and mentoring by seasoned industry executives.
CSGA affords filmmakers access to production services and financing not typically available to low budget, independent films, thereby enhancing the marketability of the films through the structured network of professionals and companies.
Susan Moses discussed the combination of talents being brought to the films by writers and directors from an international talent pool. “We want to have the films reflect true cultural diversity in addition to the creative dynamics the stories and characters represent in the commercial genres.” They have added brief graphics and log lines on their Cinemavirtuel.biz website presenting a flavor of the dynamic slate they are developing, including, The Last Passage, Shades Of Vengeance, The Bloodthirsty Monster, American Crawl, Recycled Teabags, The Jewel and The Assassin and Suicidal.
Bob Myers, who has over 200 films to his credit including The Avengers, Pirates Of The Caribbean III, Jurassic Park III, Nightmare On Elmstreet, III, IV, V AND VI, Dreamgirils, Chicago 8, Will And Grace, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and the popular HBO series Entourage. Myers stated that, “Having worked on nearly every aspect of production from the smallest jobs on set to physically producing films, my experience in addition to my vast network of contacts fully supports the new paradigm for the company.”