Cyryl Koshyk
For over a decade, Cyryl Koshyk has been active within Hollywood and the film industry, mastering the craft of filmmaking. Additionally, he is an extremely accomplished visual effects supervisor/artist who has worked closely on many high-budget feature films and TV series, drastically enhancing the production value and quality of these productions, bringing his experience in both the visual and technical world.

In Los Angeles, he pursues his career as a filmmaker, producer, and visual effects supervisor, working in many high-budget feature films and productions, including "Prometheus", "Captain America: The First Avenger", "30 Days of Night", "Final Destination", "Jennifer's Body", "S.W.A.T.", TV shows, commercials, music videos with award-winning artists.

For over a decade Cyryl has mastered most aspects of today's film making including the art of digital cinema and arts, adopting highly complex visual effects in those productions. Actively supports and helps promising new upcoming filmmakers, seeking new extraordinary technologies to enhance film stories.

Cyryl has been passionate about films and sees the film as an ultimate expression of art. Deeply influenced by the expressionism style and extreme attention to the finest film details in all aspects, Cyryl is ready for his directorial debut in the feature film "Rottenbury Drive" and hopes viewers will enjoy its experience in this genre.

Jake Pulensky
Jack Pulensky ( aka Jacek Pulanecki ) has been involved in the movie industry for nearly 20 years, across the United States and Europe. While studying and acting in Europe, he appeared in Steven Spielberg's "Schindler List" in 1993.

Mr. Pulanecki foremost represents Dark Horizon Pictures productions and its core operations in the entertainment industry, across EU (European Union) territories. As an executive board member of Dark Horizon Pictures oversees and lead the corporate meetings for investors.

While living in Los Angeles, he studied at USC (University of Southern California). Since then he has been spending most of his time following his passion for both creative and business aspects of film-making.

Jack Pulanecki besides the entertainment industry, has been involved in the financial markets for over 20+ years, including in-depth and complex analysis, professional investment advisory, and coaching top executives from various industries, corporations, and independent companies. He's an avid financial markets advisor and coach, and bringing his financial expertise, knowledge, and unique approach as a high-value asset to Dark Horizon Pictures in the pre-production stages and final distribution strategy.

Has been working closely with director/producer Cyryl Koshyk for over 22 years, actively involved in introducing Cyryl's visions and productions to the outside world.

Robert Humak
Mr. Humak has been involved in the motion picture industry for over 30 years and is considered one of its leading figures and strategic thinkers. His background involves marketing, distribution in all media, content acquisition and mergers & acquisition activity. Most recently, Mr. Humak is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Pegasus Elite Corporation, a corporate strategic advisory and consultancy firm to several emerging and major entertainment companies. His acquisition of "The Last Emperor" garnered the Academy Award for Best Picture (1987).

Previously, Mr. Humak spent many years at Orion Pictures, included Assistant to the President, member of the Executive Acquisition Committee and Sr. Vice-President of the Western Theatrical division.

He grew the division from $60 million to $90 million in revenues and drove the planning, development and launched of the release strategy for the company's first $100 million grossing film "Platoon" which also won the Academy Award for Best Picture (1986). Mr. Humak was also responsible for the marketing, distribution and acquisition of 3 other motion pictures that garnered the Oscar for Best Picture while at Orion Pictures, "Amadeus" (1984), "Silence of the Lambs" (1991), and "Dances with Wolves" (1990).

He also participated in the film rights to the first "Terminator" and "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (nominated for two Academy Awards).

In 1987, Mr. Humak led the studio to a 22% market share of all major film distributors to rank Orion as the #1 domestic distributor that year. While at Columbia Pictures, Mr. Humak participated in the marketing and distribution and acquisition of "Kramer vs Kramer" (1979), "Ghandi" (1982) both of which won the Oscar for Best Picture.

Mr. Humak is a graduate of Rutgers University and holds an MBA in Finance and International Business from Rutgers University and Cambridge University, England.

B.J. Winslow
B.J. Winslow - a uniquely talented and special effects/prop master veteran, he has worked in major feature movies and TV productions (including hit series: "The Bones", "Dexter").

He joines "Rottenbury Drive" film, as special effects supervisor and prop master.

Partial Credits include:
"No Country for Old Men " (blood)
"Cold Case" (skeletons)
"Law and Order" (bodies)
"Nightmare on Elm Street: Real Nightmare" (TV series, animal props)
"Click" (Headstones)
"Saw" (props)
Robert Zemeckis, Infant Terrible (short film)
The Cure, Alt.End (music video)
20 th Century Fox, Mad TV (TV series) and Anastasia (toys)
The Dark (pilot)
Veronica Mars (TV series)
CBS, The Dead Will Tell (TV movie)
Half and Half (TV series)
Best Friends Date (TV series)
All That (TV series)
"Key to the City" (feature)
Lucasarts, Star Wars (toys)
Jamie Foxx, Sketch Show (pilot)
E!tv, Scream Play (TV series)
Twintalk Entertainment, Death Tunnel (feature film)
Hallmark Channel, Mystery Woman (TV series)

Dan Blanchett
Dan Blanchett is talented and accomplished writer/director/DP, with years of experience on-set and in post-production. Dan has strong creative as well as technical background, including extensive knownledge of the latest technologies used in todays film making. He helped and work with many film-makers, solving both creative and technical challenges.

Dan brings with him the latest in digital acquisition technology in the form of the Red One digital motion picture camera. Red has revolutionized the filmmaking world with its cutting edge camera system. In the last two years Blanchett has helped produce seven feature films using the Red One, and managed the data on most of them, working closely with the production team and editors to maintain a seamless workflow. Blanchett's background as an Avid and Final Cut editor, as well as his fundamental understanding of Red data management, will insure a smooth process on set and in post.

Dan lives in Los Angeles, CA.

Mark Petrie
Born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand, Mark Petrie traveled to the US after winning a scholarship to study film scoring at Berklee College of Music. Chosen as one of the recipients of the Pete Carpenter Fellowship in 2004, he moved to Los Angeles to work with the TV music icon Mike Post.

In recent years Mark has enjoyed a steady stream of film scoring assignments in a wide range of genres including "Apron Strings", a New Zealand drama that recently played at the Toronto Film Festival; "A Dangerous Place", an action thriller starring Kristen Dalton, "Mr Blue Sky" a drama starring Richard Karn, "Farmhouse" a horror starring Kelly Hu and Steven Weber, and "Jay and Seth vs The Apocalypse" a horror/comedy starring Jay Baruchel and Seth Rogen.

In addition to his work in film, Mark's music is heard every day in television shows, political campaigns, major sporting events and film trailers worldwide.

Today Mark works out of his Los Angeles studio with his wife Gina, composing for projects from all over the world.