Founder & Chairman
As accomplished as he is tall in stature, Morris has produced more than 50 films, including titles that have resulted in Oscar nominations, top-tier festival openings, and some classic one-liners (“Coffee is for closers”). Read the full rundown here…
If you’re lucky enough to catch him on the rare day he isn’t travelling the corners of the earth to find and build relationships with distributors, broadcasters, and festival programmers, he’d be delighted to give you a ride on his Harley.
With the unchecked power that comes with 20 years of employment at a single company, “Mace” can’t resist meddling in every aspect of the business’s operation, to his colleagues’ frequent consternation and occasional relief.
Vice President, Acquisitions
Melody not only determines what content we acquire, but serves as head of contract negotiations, and to top things off, she attends multiple markets a year in a sales capacity. If things ever go south, we know where to first point the finger …
Vice President, Sales
With a knack for whatever you throw at her, it took Michelle no time at all to become our go-to gal for getting deals done. The cherry on top? Her very presence profoundly elevates our industry-wide karaoke reputation.
Manager of Festivals
The devastatingly-charming Carissa is our self-declared Queen of Festivals, and we don’t hold it against her, because she’s all that and more! She relishes the opportunity to work with filmmakers and programmers as she pairs our films with thousands of festivals around the world.
Jaden is the guy that brings his VR headset to a house party. That techno-mindset serves him well as he optimizes how we interface with each distributor and platform’s unique ingestion system.
Manager of Digital Assets
Ky tends to view all things through the prism of the Star Wars Universe. On that note, think of her as the Temple Guard to the Jedi Archives that are Shoreline’s servers.
The universe is divided into two sets of people: those who enjoy working in Excel and those who enjoy riding motorcycles. Nolan, then, is the unicornesque liaison between those two worlds.
Chief Information Officer
Like a contemporary Tarzan of the Apes, Andrei has been raised by a gaggle of computers, and he speaks only their language. We are at this young man’s complete and utter mercy, a fact he obnoxiously refuses to allow us to forget.
Although nicknamed “The Quietest” by his colleagues, don’t let that fool you. Aaron’s kicks and graphic tees may be louder than he is, but he lets his relentless work seeing films distributed around the world speak for itself.
Her work is so vital and across-the-board that if you were to ask Liz’s co-workers to describe her job, they’d be silently dumbstruck.
While Kaitlyn certainly has her faults–namely, the horrible syrupy things she does to what begins as a perfectly-good cup of black coffee–her ability to create movie artwork that reconciles the commercial and artistic makes her quite the find indeed.
RICARDO VERGARA & SUDENLY BELLO
Once famously dubbed a “1-inch-tall barrier,” Ricardo and Sudenly prefer to see the role of subtitles and captions in an increasingly-interconnected world as a bridge between films and their widest audience possible.