Quicksummer Entertainment LLC


Executive Summaries

President, (to be chosen)
Vice President (to be chosen)
CEO, Jaanus Silla

Jaanus Silla


A native of Estonia, Silla graduated Tallinn's Technical College of Photography, 1990. Graduated from Brigham Young University in 1997 with a B.A. in Film Directing and was coached in to producing by industry executive John J. Lee, Jr. From 1999 to 2000, took UCLA Law School Course in entertainment law for the motion picture industry from Schuyler M. Moore, continuing his BYU study on contracts, split-rights transactions, completion bond companies, studios and major independents, negotiation techniques, and accounting practices. Worked in the film industry in Los Angeles, Estonia, and Utah. He completed science fiction short comedy, "Mr. Calliphor," which won 1st place at the 1996 Boise Film Festival. Jaanus filmed footage about the downfall of Communism in Estonia, with interest from PBS P.O.V. He is in process of pre-developing several film projects including "The Gold Spinners", “Happythought”, “Ford”, “Dale Carnegie”, “Abe” and “Unicorn”. Silla has an experience of setting up motion picture production company intended as a subcontractor to a major studio in the US. Silla is CEO of QuickSummer Entertainment, LLC, and is one of the Resonance Pictures’, Development Directors.

The enclosed team has previously had interest in working with us when the financing is in place. We hope they don’t mind being listed on our prospective list of people to work with. I am most grateful to them for their time and trust.

CFO, Jay M. Behling, CPA
Consultant and prospective development director, John J. Lee, Jr (EBG)
Consultant, Rob Holt (EBG)
Completion Bond Supervisor,
Donna Smith
City National Bank, Tina Van der Zee
(See Letter of Intent)
Schuyler M. Moore at Strook & Strook & Lavan, LLP
would be QuickSummer Entertainment atorney

Jay M. Behling, CPA

Los Angeles, CA. Extensive and diversified experience in all aspects of financial management. Specific expertise in the areas of: financial reporting, management information systems, tax analysis and planning, budgets and business plans, mergers and acquisitions, treasury functions, SEC reporting and human resource management. Experience also includes maintaining relations with banks, investors, vendors and customers. Prepared income and cash flow forecasts to be used in connection with private placement and debt financing activities. Developed computer model for motion picture projects which tracked reports provided by distributors, uncovering inaccuracies in reporting and resulting in increased collections. Prepared and filed registration statements with SEC for shares sold in private placements, with net proceeds over $9 mi1lion. Prepared analyses of potential cash flow and profitability in connection with potential acquisitions of assets and businesses, providing a tool for informed decisions. Advised and negotiated major aspects of credit agreements with banks, securing financing for major projects. From 1985 to 1987 TURNER ENTERTAINMENT CO.-- (Successor to MGM/UA Entertainment Co.), Sr. Vice President Finance and Treasurer. Currently Chief Financial Officer of Promark Entertainment Group / Road Sales USA.

Behling is potentially helping out as CFO.

Schuyler M. Moore

Partner at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
Schuyler M. Moore concentrates in entertainment, tax and corporate law. Among his clients are producers, sales agents, foreign distributors and financiers. He has published numerous books and articles on entertainment and tax related topics. Originator of the split-rights transactions. Most respected in the major industry by studios and banks. Adjunct Professor, Entertainment Law, UCLA Law School and UCLA Anderson Business School. Author, “Taxation of the Entertainment Industry” (Warren, Gorham & Lamont). Author, “In Search of a Better Way to Pay Net Profits,” Entertainment Law and Finance, January, 1994. Author, Film Financing: “The Completion Guaranty Aspect”, Entertainment Law Review, September, 1992. Author, “How Super Pre-Sales Work,” Entertainment Law and Finance, January, 1992 J.D., University of California School of Law, 1981; Order of the Coif Sky (Schuyler M. Moore) would be QuickSummer Entertainment atorney. http://www.stroock.com/bios/SMoore_Bio.htm http://us.imdb.com/AName?Moore,%20Schuyler%20M.

Paul Deason

Deason has worked in the film industry over 20 years. Most of that as unit production manager, co-producer, associate producer, and lately also as an executive producer. He works with the major studios and with major independents. His production slate includes: Taxi (2004) (filming) (unit production manager), Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) (Executive producer, unit production manager), Old School (2003) (unit production manager), Evolution (2001) (unit production manager), Thirteen Days (2000) (unit production manager), ... aka Thirteen Days Which Shocked the World (2000) (USA), End of Days (1999) (unit production manager), Small Soldiers (1998) (unit production manager), Amistad (1997) (unit production manager), Mars Attacks! (1996) (unit production manager), Congo (1995) (unit production manager), Casper (1995) (unit production manager), Flintstones, The (1994) (unit production manager), Jurassic Park (1993) (unit production manager), ... aka JP (1993) (USA: promotional abbreviation), Innocent Blood (1992) (unit production manager), ... aka French Vampire in America, A (1992), Father of the Bride (1991) (production manager), Oscar (1991) (unit production manager), Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon (1989) (TV) (unit production manager). Deason is QuickSummer Entertainment, LLC production consultant unless he has time for more during production.

Donna Smith

Donna is the CEO of Cinema Completion International. Backed by CNA with $65 Billion in assets. During her tenure at Universal some of the films she supervised were SCHINDLER'S LIST, JURASSIC PARK, 12 MONKEYS and, BACK TO THE FUTURE. Field of Dreams. CCI underwrites completion bonds for films budgeted up to $75 million. Smith, who greenlights new business and, lends managerial insight to the company, guided by an extensive network of relationships with studio executives, producers, filmmakers and creative talent. Smith has guaranteed such Academy Award-winning films as The English Patient, The Thin Red Line and The Ghost and the Darkness as well as A Simple Plan, Selena, Flirting With Disaster, John Grisham's The Rainmaker, John Carpenter's Vampires, Very Bad Things, Slums of Beverly Hills and Chill Factor. Forthcoming films include Ang Lee's Crouching Tiger, Hidden House 1, Rules of Engagement and Bless the Child. While in Entertainment Coalition, she insured such titles as Star Wars - Episode One: The Phantom Menace, The Lost World, Space Jam, The Nutty Professor, Batman & Robin, George of the Jungle, L. A. Confidential, Armageddon, Lethal Weapon 4, Babe: Pig in the City and Mighty Joe Young. The first woman ever to serve as head of physical production at a major movie studio, Smith supervised every picture made at Universal from 1989-96. More than 150 titles were released during her tenure, including Schindler's List (Academy Award winner for Best Picture), Jurassic Park, Babe, Casino' 12 .Monkeys, Fried Green Tomatoes, Scent of a Woman, Beethoven, Backdraft, Back to the Future, Born on the Fourth of July, Do the Right Thing, Casper, Apollo 13 and Waterworld. From 1979-86 she worked in a variety of producer roles on more then a dozen feature films including Raging Bull, True Confessions, Disorderlies, Soul Man, Reckless and Terminator. Smith is QuickSummer Entertainment, LLC completion guarantor.

John J. Lee, Jr.

John Lee has been immersed in every business aspect of feature motion picture development. From producing to distribution, Lee has over twenty-five years of experience. He has bought and sold motion pictures and their various rights within the major markets at MIFED, Cannes, and AFM. He has acquired screenplays and motion picture rights to novels, and negotiated, managed and/or performed virtually every other business function of motion picture development, production, US and foreign theatrical and ancillary distribution, including auditing distributors in the perfection of producers' profits participations. His relationships are extensive and intimate with major production talent, motion picture studios, agents, entertainment banks, attorneys and ancillary licensees. Lee is the CEO of Entertainment Business Group. Lee is QSE, LLC consultant and potential contractual development director.

Rob Holt

Rob served in physical production and project administration for Cinema Completions International, the industry's largest completion guarantor. Some of CCI's pictures include The Thin Red Line, Bless the Child, Rules of Engagement, and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. He also worked as a project manager for Entertainment Coalition, a firm providing both entertainment insurance and completion bonds for its industry clients. Holt has a degree in economics from Brigham Young University, with emphasis in business and film. Holt is President of Entertainment Business Group.
Holt is QSE, LLC consultant unless he has time for more.