WE'VE WORKED IN EVERY SINGLE MEDIUM OF THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY; TELEVISION, DOCUMENTARIES, INDEPENDENT FILMS, STUDIO PICTURES, MUSIC VIDEOS, AND COMMERCIALS.
WE KNOW PRODUCTION.
WELCOME TO THE TRB.
JUSTIN CUILTY OBERMAN
Originally from San Francisco, Justin has been steadily working both in Los Angeles and abroad for over a decade on various films, commercials, music videos, and TV shows. He’s worked as a production manager, producer and executive producer.
Justin has worked on everything from We Bought a Zoo, Rizzoli and Isles, and Hereafter for the studios as well as Cold Turkey, Smiley, and Goodbye World on the independent side.
Justin has produced music videos for American Authors, Big Sean, Island Def Jam Music Group, Atlantic Records and for Jimmy Napes, the Academy Award winning recording artist.
Over the last few years Justin has produced commercials for Asiana Airlines, Air Jordan, Nike, Tabasco, AdBlock, Samsung, a number of extreme sports and stunt/action driven commercials for DJI.
Born and raised in Israel, Guy moved to the U.S. in 1997 where he worked as a diplomat in NYC, while completing his academic studies in Film and Philosophy.
Starting his career as a writer, Guy sold a few screenplays to Millennium Films and Bergman Lustig before embarking on his directorial debut, Holly.
In 2008, Guy started preparing his second feature, Bunraku, attracting actors Josh Hartnett, Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore, Ron Perlman, and Kevin McKidd. The ambitious film took 3 years to complete and premiered at the Toronto Film Festival before its worldwide release.
Over the last few years, he has placed four spec pilots with Sony, Endemol, Universal and HBO. Guy is currently preparing to direct The Last Draw of Jack of Hearts after having completed his third feature film as a writer director, the satirical sci-fi drama 001 Lithium X. Guy lives and works in LA and holds both Israeli and Polish citizenships.
MATTHEW GEORGE ZAMIAS (MZ)
Proudly hailing from Western Pennsylvania, Matthew’s L.A. story began in 2001 when he landed a job in the mailroom at New Regency. In just over six months, Matt went from assistant to managing all of Regency’s international theatrical marketing and distribution, and worldwide home video. Successfully navigating this role gave him unique insight into studio level marketing and distribution, dealing daily with both of Regency’s partners, Fox and Warner Brothers. He subsequently did a stint in London with CDA Entertainment before co-founding the company Picturesque with the intent of developing and producing funky, genre- bending independent fare, like Bunraku and Goodbye World, and 001LithiumX. Matthew's focus remains in producing and writing prestige pieces across all media that can simultaneously entertain and impact cultural consciousness.