Welcome to the new gold rush and keep your eyes on the gold
HollyGold is an innovative company that aims to create an ecosystem for the entire entertainment industry. Because of the impact of COVID-19, cities are locked down, people are unable to enjoy daily activities as usual. Social distancing and touchless methods of transaction has become the norm. Social communication as well as how we celebrate main events has entirely changed. This change includes how the public entertain themselves. Theatrical releases are limited and online streaming has become normal. Even Hollywood is facing unprecedented challenges and need to adapt in order to survive. Nothing in nature remains stagnant, either it is progress or digressing. As such, this is the perfect time to reinvent the entertainment industry.
HollyGold is reshaping the entire entertainment industry, by benefiting investors, producers and the general public thru the application of blockchain technology. With our close partner: EnTech Wallet, we are creating a new ecosystem for the entertainment industry: allowing investor to directly invest thru their wallets and allowing vendors and customers to transact thru a POS system available on the EnTech Wallet. People can use their phone not only to enjoy direct resources from well-known entertainment industry such as Hollywood and Korea’s Hallyu, but also have the ability to have better investment option choices.
As one of the leaders applying blockchain technology to entertainment, HollyGold is focusing on three things:
NFT: Cooperating with Hollywood gives us the ability to create new and exciting NFTs. HollyGold will keep importing resources from Entertainment industry and provide people with their favorite characters, movies, comics, celebrities, singers and so on… You will be able to keep your unique NFT all the while, showing your support and love toward your favorite things.
Commercial Application: One of the most important things for the entertainment industry is offline connections and activities. HollyGold has worked with EnTech Wallet to develop a POS system, allowing people the option to pay by using crypto currencies. You can both exchange and pay with your crypto currencies through EnTech Wallet. In 2021, HollyGold had already successfully tested our POS system in one of the most popular music festivals in Asia. We are looking forward to cooperating with various companies and local stores, to provide a safe and fast POS system letting people enjoy the advantages of blockchain.
DeFi: HollyGold isn’t just focusing only on entertainment, HollyGold is also creating an ecosystem that involves Defi. People who participate in our new EnTech ecology will be able to join our DeFi project, not only can they enjoy being part of entertainment, but also make extra earning through DeFi projects. We have cooperated DEx: EZDex, and already have created DeFi project for our HollyGold members.
During the past year, COVID-19 has impacted the world, many industries have been forced to change its operation strategy, including the entertainment industry. HollyGold sees this impact as an opportunity and is working hard on integrating blockchain with entertainment. With our RVR theory, we are going to reshape the entertainment industry and bring a new Ecosystem for everyone.
- M-One Inc. Co-Founder
- MGE Group Taiwan Brach CEO
- Crypto Card & Wireless Charging Solution inventor
- 100 MVP Managers Award 2011
- Founder of Primary Health Stem Cell LTD.
- Founder of Yi Cheng International LTD.
- 20+ Yrs. work experience in Internet Industry
- 8 Yrs. work experience in electronic industry
- Senior VP of Business Development of Base FX
- Executive Producer
- 24 years of Accounting experiences
- Worked at Deloitte Touch Tohmatsu
- CPA and MBA
- Partner of Several International Accounting Firms
Executive Senior advisor
- CEO – Young Soo, Inc.
- President of Banias Financial Corporation
- President of Thomas & Assoc. Consulting Group, LLC.
- Licensed RIA (Registered Investment Advisor / USA) and 28+ years experience / financial investments / executive coach
- General Manager of Beijing Zhaotai Group
- General Manager of Savills Residential Services (Taiwan) LTD.
- Manager of Nan Shan Life Insurance Company LTD.
- Manager of DTZ LTD.
- 23 Yrs. work experiences in Real Estate Investment Management
- 10+ Yrs. of Global Investment experience
- 10+ Yr. working experiences in ICT industry
- 10+ Yr. consumer electronics PM experiences .
- IoT Pet & Aquarium Products patent inventor
- Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies Technical expert.
- Supervisor of ADRE
- Marketing operator of Mii Moral Integrity International
- COO of LONG FOREVER LTD.
- ex COO of Supermedia & Crespark
Mr. Kevin Robl is an established film and motion picture producer and financier having secured the financing for and assisted in the production of numerous film projects. Kevin attended USC before starting his career in the entertainment industry at Dick Clark Productions in 1992. He later transitioned into the financial services industry starting his own firm, before moving on to Morgan Stanley, Royal Bank of Canada and finally Capital Markets IQ. Eventually, his work in finance brought him back into the entertainment industry as he began producing and financing motion picture projects including “Fire With Fire" starring Bruce Willis and Josh Duhamel, “And So It Goes" starring Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton, "The November Man" starring Pierce Brosnan and "Last Full Measure" Starring Sebastian Stan and Samuel Jackson. Kevin now serves as the President of Production Capital and as an advisor to HollyGold. Kevin also serves as a member of the President's Advisory Committee on the Arts (PACA).
Foresight Unlimited Chairman & CEO Credited with having invented the foreign sales business as we know it today, and considered one of the world's leading! authorities on international distribution, he has played a successful role in various facets of the entertainment industry for over 50 years.
His early visionary contributions to the international distribution of independently produced films are widely recognized, and he has developed a reputation in the entertainment industry as one of the leading producers and distributors of independent films. Over the past 25 years, Mark Damon's productions have grossed over $2 billion in theatrical box office worldwide. Mr. Damon has produced or executive produced over 70 films, and his films have received 10 Oscar nominations, including the 2005 Oscar winner, Monster, starring Charlize Theron, and the critically acclaimed, multi-Oscar nominated World War II drama, Das Boot, directed by Wolfgang Petersen. Other acclaimed films include 2 Guns, starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg; and Lone Survivor, starring Mark Wahlberg and directed by Peter Berg.
Mr. Damon has been directly involved in the international licensing of over 300 feature-length pictures. Today, he is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Knightsbridge's subsidiary, Foresight Unlimited, a company he founded in October of 2004.
One of the three producers of Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture and six other Oscars* including Best Director. Schindler's List, which he produced along with Steven Spielberg and Branko Lustig, was Molen's
as production manager on The Color Purple, which was his first project with his future Amblin colleagues.
Following the completion of Schindler's List, Molen served as head of production for Steven Spielberg and his company, Amblin Entertainment. Other films he has produced under the Amblin banner are The Little Rascals; The Flintstones; Casper; To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar; How to Make an American Quilt; The Trigger Effect; and Twister.
His previous credits include Rain Man; Days of Thunder; Bright Lights; Big City; * batteries not included; A Soldier's Story Tootsie; Absence of Malice; The Postman Always Rings Twice; and Ordinary People.
Born with Academy Award-nominated actress Terry Moore as his mother, John Wayne and Cary Grant as the family's closest friends, and Howard Hughes as Terry's former husband, Grant was literally born into the film industry. After a long and successful career as an actor and writer, Grant turned his attention towards producing. During a span of just three years, Grant has been Executive in charge of Knightsbridge Entertainment's productions on the following films:
Lone Survivor, 2 Guns, Empire State, Escape Plan, Broken City, The Frozen Ground, End of Watch, I, Alex Cross, Fire With Fire, Lay the Favorite, and Freelancers.
Grant's most recent Executive Produced hit movies Lone Survivor, stars Mark Wahlberg, Eric Bana and Taylor Kitsch and directed by Peter Berg; And So It Goes, stars Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton, and directed by Rob Reiner; The November Man, stars Pierce Brosnan and Olga Kurylenko, and directed by Roger Donaldson; and Some Kind of Beautiful starring Pierce Brosnan, Salma Hayak and Jessica Alba and directed by Tom Vaughan.
Upcoming projects that Grant will be producing or executive producing include: I, Con, starring Amanda Seyfried; Big Church Movie starring Kevin Hart, Anthony Anderson, and Kelly Rowland; StepSisters, starring Keke Palmer, One Night Stan, directed by Bobby and Peter Farrelly; and Flight of the Turpial starring Edgar Ramirez.
Christopher Bremble's career in the film industry began in 1994 at USC's School of Cinema Arts, where he focused on writing for the motion picture business. His 1998 short film The Clock (writer, producer) was selected for competition in the Cannes International Film Festival. In 2000, Christopher made the transition from writer to writer/director with the film, Rockets' Red Glare, one of the first TV features to utilize sophisticated visual effects completed by a team of freelance artists from ILM, Tippet, and Boss.
Base FX launched in February 2006. The Company has grown to more than 550 staff and has completed over 200 film projects. In 2010, after four years of creative leadership for the Company, Christopher received an Emmy for Outstanding Visual Effects for a Movie or Miniseries for the Company's work on HBO's The Pacific. Shortly afterward Base began a Strategic Alliance with Lucasfilm and Industrial Light and Magic, driving new opportunities into the business.
In 2016, in partnership with China Media Capital, Christopher launched Base Media Company, a production company in Beijing focused on making spectacle-driven filmed entertainment. In 2017, the Company launched Base Academy, its first external training program, and set up offices in Los Angeles and Kuala Lumpur, building on the Company's leadership in China's film industry.
Richard Rush is an American movie director, scriptwriter, and producer. He is best known for the Oscar-nominated The Stunt Man. The next best-known of his movies is Color of Night. Rush also directed Freebie and The Bean, starring Alan Arkin and James Caan. He co-wrote the screenplay for the 1990 movie Air America.
He was one of the first students of UCLA's film program, and, after graduation, Rush worked to create television programs for the United States military that showcased the nation's involvement in the Korean War.
Rush then opened a production company to produce commercials and industrial films. At the age of thirty, inspired by the neo-realism of French director Francois Truffaut's The 400 Blows, Rush sold his production business to finance his first feature Too Soon to Love (1960), which he produced on a shoestring budget of $50,000 and sold to Universal Pictures for distribution. Too Soon to Love is considered the first product of the "American New Wave." It also marked the second film appearance of Jack Nicholson (who starred in two later Rush films).
Rush directed three films for AIP in the late 1960s that explored counter-cultures of the period. Rush's first studio effort was 1970's Getting Straight, starring Elliott Gould and Candice Bergen. The film did well commercially and was deemed by Swedish director Ingmar Bergman to be the "best American film of the decade."
He currently resides in Bel Air with his wife, Claudia. He has an older brother, Dr. Stephen Rush, who also resides in Los Angeles.
Mr. Samaha has been a fixture of Hollywood for more than 30 years as an entrepreneur, owner of the Roxbury nightclub, and later the historic Chinese Theater. He has been the Producer for over 80 films including The Whole Nine Yards, The Pledge, and Rescue Dawn, as well as many TV Specials, TV Movies, and Video Games. Recently, Mr. Samaha has been involved in the development of the Theater Box, a high-end movie theater in San Diego's Gaslamp District, and Hollywood Esports.
Director of Aerial Photography Dan Wolfe initially shot and produced editorials for the Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, establishing himself as a premier fashion, location, tabletop shooter, and producer. Demand for his work reached the national marketplace and international advertising still assignments. The range of projects expanded to include fashion, people, humor, product, big set, and expansive location photo-illustration concepts. Dan's still photography career continued to soar and brought him to a whole new level of style and creative problem-solving. He has successfully taken on a wide variety of directing and producing challenges as an ongoing member of the Directors Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Dan is a helicopter and fixed-wing pilot and has long had a passion for aviation stretching back to his early Art Center College days. By uniting his talents and interests in capturing images along with a love of flight, he became an aerial director/producer and established Wolfe Air Aviation Knightsbridge's subsidiaries, Gyron Systems International and Wolfe Air Aviation, have created some of the best aviation action sequences on the screen today, with credits such as Navy Seals; Hunt for Red October; Hot Shots; Passenger 57; Forever Young; Point Break; Silence of the Lambs; True Lies; Executive Decision; Broken Arrow; Eraser; Air Force One; Space Cowboys; Thirteen Days; Sky Fighters; Sum of all Fears; Iron Man; and Transformers, in addition to projects for NASA and the United States Air Force.
Polish cinematographer and diretor.
In the early 1980s, Barkowiak was cinematographer on three films that received Academy Award nominations for Best Picture:The Verdict, Terms of Endearment, and Prizzi's Honor.
Barkowiak made his directorial debut with Romeo Must Die, a martial-arts action film starring Jet Li and Aaliyah, a massive hit at the box office. A year later, he made the action-comedy film Exit Wounds starring Steven Seagal, which was also a hit and Cradle 2 the Grave, another box-office success. Soon after this, he teamed up with Ashok Amritraj's Hyde Park Entertainment and Capcom to direct Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li. In 2010, he worked as the cinematographer in the thriller Trespass, directed by Schumacher; both had collaborated before on Falling Down.
Serving as the President and Chief Operating Officer of Foresight Unlimited where she oversees the day-to-day operations and all creative aspects of the company. Her primary responsibilities include overseeing the acquisition, development, production, sales and distribution of all feature films.
Birkemoe is a leading expert in foreign sales and brings 14 years of extensive experience and knowledge of the entertainment industry. She has shepherded numerous projects from acquisition and development through distribution.
Birkemoe is the executive producer of the comedy And So It Goes, starring Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton and directed by Rob Reiner, and executive produced the 2013 releases 2 Guns, starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg and Lone Survivor, starring Mark Wahlberg and directed by Peter Berg. She was also responsible for selling these titles to independent distributors worldwide.
Birkemoe was integral in the development and sales of numerous other projects including Oscar-winner Monster, starring Charlize Theron. Prior to Foresight Unlimited, Birkemoe was an executive at Media Entertainment and MDP Worldwide.
Birkemoe is fluent in five languages and is a graduate of the Film and Television program at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Director of Visual Effects Jason Gandhi is a Visual Effects technology visionary. One of the pioneers of rendering and digital asset management technology „Jason's software has assisted in the making of dozens of award-winning movies - from Titanic to The Twilight Saga.
Jason has served in visual effects R&D or as the Visual Effects Executive Producer for some of the most visually stunning movies of the last 15 years, including X-Men; Planet of the Apes; X-Men 2; Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl; Spider-Man 2, Fantastic Four; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, King Kong; X-Men: The Last Stand; 300; Shooter; Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End: Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer; The Incredible Hulk; Wanted: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button; Fast & Furious; X-Men Origins: Wolverine; Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen; 2012; Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief: Iron Man 2; The Sorcerer's Apprentice; The Town; X-Men: First Class; Green Lantern; Captain America: The First Avenger; The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 and Part 2; The Avengers; Snow White and the Huntsman; Escape Plan; The Frozen Ground; Empire State; Parental Guidance; Chasing Mavericks; The Grand Budapest Hotel; XMen: Days of Future Past; And So It Goes; and How To Make Love Like an Englishman.
As director of Knightsbridge's visual effects division, Jason continues to deliver the highest quality, state of the art visual effects, striving to outperform his previous work. He holds a BA in Computer Science from Northwestern University.