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Legal, Finance and Administrative Operations

Nu-Image/Millennium Films

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Nu-Image/Millennium Films

6423 Wilshire Blvd.

Los Angeles, California, 90048

United States

Company Description

Nu Image, Inc./Millennium Films is a full-service production company and distributor, supplying markets worldwide. Nu Image, Inc./Millennium Films currently develops, finances, produces and distributes 15 to 18 films a year, with productions filming globally. ...more

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Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer

Millennium Films


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Millennium Films

TREVOR SHORT
CO-FOUNDER AND CFO Co-founder and CFO Trevor Short oversees legal, finance and administrative operations for Nu Image, Inc., Millennium Films and all related companies. Born in Harare, Zimbabwe, Short obtained a Bachelor of Law from the University of Rhodesia and an MBA at the University of Cape Town where he was awarded the Gold Medal. In 1980 Short entered the world of banking and commerce, joining Standard Chartered Merchant Bank in Harare as head of Corporate Finance, responsible for takeovers, mergers and IPO's. He then moved to Hill Samuel Merchant Bank in Johannesburg in 1984 as head of its Corporate Finance Division and subsequently to Investec Bank where he was responsible for eight IPOs on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, as well as numerous mergers and acquisitions Short's finance background led him to develop a tax based financing formula to produce motion pictures in South Africa. He succeeded in procuring over $200 million from private investors to fund the production of international films made in South Africa. Much of the financing he secured was for films produced by Avi Lerner's Nu Metro group for international film companies. He also became a consultant to the Government of South Africa regarding film incentive legislation. In 1989, Short left the banking sector to join Lerner as a shareholder in and Chief Executive of Nu Metro Entertainment Group in Johannesburg. In 1991, Lerner and Short used proceeds from the sale of Nu Metro Entertainment Group to start a new studio in California. Short has served as producer or executive producer on nearly all Nu Image and Millennium Films productions since the beginning.


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Trevor Short
CFO trevor@nuimage.net


Film News And Views - Press Releases - 2010 AMERICAN FILM MARKET SEMINARS & CONFERENCES

AFM Finance Conference panelists include: Nick Meyer, President & CEO, Sierra Pictures; Danny Perkins, CEO, Optimum Releasing; Steve Ransohoff, President, Film Finances, Trevor Short, Chief Financial Officer, Nu Image, Graham Taylor, Head of Global Finance & Distribution Group , WME; Stewart Till, Chief Executive, The Icon Group; and Harvey Weinstein, Co-Chairman, The Weinstein Company.
Panelists: Mary Ann Hughes, VP, Film & Television Production Planning, The Walt Disney Company; Mark Manuel, EVP of Structured Finance, Lionsgate Steve Ransohoff, President, Film Finances, Inc Jake Rose, Head of Movies & Mini-Series Production, Sony Pictures Television; Trevor Short, Chief Financial Officer, Nu Image


'Expendables' sequel to be China co-production | China Hollywood Society

The performance of the first film "whet the appetite for the second film as a co-production," said Trevor Short, Nu Image's chief financial officer.
But to ensure that the movie will be co-financed by a Chinese partner, Nu Image not only has to add scenes in the sequel's screenplay that can be shot in China, but also have the project approved by government censors. "It can't be detrimental to China," Short said of what the communist authorities look for. The company tried to attract a Chinese co-production deal for its recent remake "Conan the Barbarian," but were turned down. "They seem to have a problem with mysticism and fantasy," Short said.


Gerard Butler dot Net - Press Room - Latest News

Nu Image/Millennium Films' Danny Dimbort, Trevor Short & Avi Lerner, who are responsible for such hits as "The Expendables," "The Mechanic" and "Trust," serve as executive producers along with Ed Cathell III ("Drive Angry 3D," "Trust") and Peter Schlessel.
Markel brought the package to executive producers Avi Lerner, Danny Dimbort & Trevor Short of Millennium Films who instantly agreed to finance the movie. TREVOR SHORT (Executive Producer), co-founder and CEO of Nu Image Inc., oversees legal, finance and administrative operations for Nu Image, Inc., Millennium Films and all related companies. Born in Harare, Zimbabwe, Short obtained a Bachelor of Law from the University of Rhodesia and an MBA at the University of Cape Town where he was awarded the Gold Medal. In 1980 Short joined Standard Chartered Merchant Bank in Harare as head of Corporate Finance, responsible for takeovers, mergers and IPO's. He then moved to Hill Samuel Merchant Bank in Johannesburg in 1984 as head of its Corporate Finance Division and subsequently to Investec Bank where he was responsible for eight IPOs on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, as well as numerous mergers and acquisitions. Short's finance background led him to develop a tax based financing formula to produce motion pictures in South Africa. He succeeded in procuring over $200 million from private investors to fund the production of international films made in South Africa. Much of the financing he secured was for films produced by Avi Lerner's Nu Metro group for international film companies. He also became a consultant to the Government of South Africa regarding film incentive legislation. In 1989, Short left the banking sector to join Lerner as a shareholder in and Chief Executive of Nu Metro Entertainment Group in Johannesburg. Lerner and Short used proceeds from the sale of Nu Metro Entertainment Group to start Nu Image, Inc. in Los Angeles in 1992. Short has served as producer or executive producer on nearly all Nu Image and Millennium Films productions since the beginning.


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