(Mar. 6, 2001) Los Angeles, California -- Entertainment attorneys Leroy Bobbitt and Virgil Roberts have teamed up with veteran film distribution executive Milton Goldstein to form StreetSmart Pictures, Inc., a distribution company specializing in African American films.
Additionally, Goldstein has assembled a network of regional sub distributors to implement the company's targeted distribution system. StreetSmart's strategy is to maximize the box-office potential of each film.
Goldstein will serve as the chief operating officer of StreetSmart Pictures.He has more than 40 years of major studio experience concentrated in the areas of distribution, sales, marketing and administration.He spent 15 years of his career at Paramount Pictures, where he rose to the rank of Foreign Sales Manager.He then went on to become vice president of The Samuel Bronston Organization, where he pioneered pre-sales of films on a territory by territory basis in the international market. In 1971 Goldstein became president of Cinema Center Films, the then theatrical arm of CBS.During his tenure he was responsible for the production and distribution of many films.From 1977 to 1985 he worked with Melvin Simon Productions, becoming president and chief operating officer, responsible for films including Love At First Bite, When A Stranger Calls, as well as Porky's and its two successful sequels.From 1985 to the present, Goldstein has been president of Milton Goldstein Enterprises, a consulting firm active in all areas of the filmed entertainment business.Goldstein also served as a producer's representative for Uptown Saturday Night and Claudine.He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) and a co-founder of the American Film Market. > Todays News
Milton Goldstein is a licensed Long Term Care, Medicare Supplement, and Life and Health insurance agent and has been assisting families protect themselves from the potential financial and emotional impact of long term care.A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Milton has more than thirty years of experience in retail sales and marketing, including having served as president and CEO of a ten-store catalog showroom and jewelry chain.Prior to that, Milton served in the U.S. Army as a 1st Lt. in the position of Battalion Adjutant with the 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam.Milton has served on numerous boards and executive committees of professional and community organizations, including serving on the Board of the Better Business Bureau, serving on the Board and as Chairman of the University of Alabama Retail Advisory Committee and on the Board and as President of N.E. Miles Jewish Day School.Milton also participates in community events and fund raising for the Alzheimers Foundation.
These commitments have given him the resources necessary to understand people and the value of a quality product like long-term care insurance.
His awareness of long term care came after he experienced first hand the financial and emotional impact that many families live through during illnesses.
Milton now specializes in Long Term Care Insurance and owns a policy himself.
He can also assist people in Medicare Supplement and Life Insurance.
Milton Goldstein is licensed and appointed to sell Long Term Care Insurance, Medicare Supplement and Life Insurance in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Milton holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing from the University of Alabama.
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Milton H. Goldstein of Fountain Hills died Feb. 25, 2002.He was 82.He was born in New York City and moved to Arizona from Florida.He was an accountant and served in the U.S. Army in World War II.He was a member of B'nai B'rith, Jewish War Veterans and American Legion.
Veteran film distribution executive Milton Goldstein serves as the chief operating officer for StreetSmart Pictures.
Carolina Pinnacle Studios is located on a former slave plantation , which has been transformed into the largest African-American owned studios in the United States.CPS has four sound stages , 315 acres of land suitable for use as the backlot , location shooting and rehearsal space.Through a consortium of banks in the United States , Canada and Europe , CPS has secured financing which will allow the company to fund 50 % -60 % of production cost , up to 75 million dollars.Carolina Pinnacle Studios has numerous films in development and has committed to produce three films in 2001.
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