Berry Meyerowitz is the co-founder of Quiver Distribution, a film distribution company operating in the U.S., Canada and international markets which develops and distributes high-quality, talent-driven films with a focus on curating a highly selective film slate from both established and emerging talent.
Meyerowitz has Executive Produced over 30 feature films including: Jungle with Daniel Radcliffe; Chick Fight with Alec Baldwin; and Becky starring Kevin James.
Before launching Quiver with partner Jeff Sackman, Meyerowitz founded Phase 4 Films, where he served as President & CEO and transformed the company into one of the leading independent distributors in the U.S. Following the sale of Phase 4 Films to eOne, Meyerowitz stayed on as President of eOne’s U.S. Film Business and launched its global digital initiative, continuing to double the company’s revenues.
Meyerowitz also served as President of Peace Arch Home Entertainment after selling them his previous company, kaBOOM! Entertainment. He formerly worked at 20th Century Fox as the Director of Marketing where he led successful campaigns for films such as There’s Something About Mary, The Full Monty and The Star Wars trilogy.
Jeff Sackman is the co-founder of Quiver Distribution, a film distribution company operating in the U.S., Canada and international markets which develops and distributes high-quality, talent-driven films with a focus on curating a highly selective film slate from both established and emerging talent.
An entertainment industry veteran, Sackman has produced and executive produced over 75 films including: Lionsgate’s American Psycho with Christian Bale and Buffalo 66 starring
Vincent Gallo, Christina Ricci and Mickey Rourke; The Grand Seduction starring Brendan Gleeson and Taylor Kitsch; IFC Films’ Wrecked starring Adrien Brody; MTV Films’ Academy AwardⓇ nominated Murderball; Becky starring Kevin James; and Chick Fight with Alec Baldwin.
Prior to launching Quiver with partner Berry Meyerowitz, Sackman was a founder and currently serves as Chairman of Hollywood Suite, a television business comprising four exclusive HDTV channels featuring iconic movies that defined the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s. He founded and acted as President & CEO of the indie distributor ThinkFilm, which after only five years grew into a powerhouse, clocking numerous Academy AwardⓇ nominations for the company’s impressive slate.
Sackman previously served as the first president of Lionsgate Films, where he successfully led the distributor into the highly competitive U.S. market, a first for a Canadian based entity.
Sean Monson is a co-founder of Quiver Distribution, a film distribution company operating in the U.S., Canada and international markets which develops and distributes high-quality, talent-driven films with a focus on curating a highly selective film slate from both established and emerging talent.
Prior to Quiver, Sean was the Executive Vice President, Finance and Operations of eOne’s U.S. film business which focused on distributing films and television series in the U.S. and around the world. Working alongside Berry Meyerowitz, Sean oversaw all aspects of finance and business operations.
Prior to eOne, Sean was a co-founder of Phase 4 Films where he was Executive Vice President, Finance and Operations. Before Phase 4, Sean was Senior Vice President, Finance and Operations at Peace Arch Home Entertainment.
With over 20 years of experience in the film industry, Sean has played a lead role in managing the banking, cash flow, and M&A activity through numerous years of significant growth at Phase 4 Films, eOne and now Quiver.
Larry Greenberg, a former Bostonian, heads up Acquisitions and Distribution for Quiver Distribution and began his career at Showtime Networks where he clawed his way up from a lowly Film Evaluator to Vice President of Film Acquisitions. It was there that timing intervened and Greenberg was tasked with heading up the programing acquisitions for Showtime’s joint venture, Sundance Channel. While working closely with Robert Redford and Sundance Festival chief Geoffrey Gilmore, Greenberg acquired and oversaw the programming for the new channel’s first four years.
He then helped begin a noted and profitable independent film distributor, Phase 4 Films, as Senior Vice President of Acquisitions & Theatrical. There his successes included two of Robert Duvall’s more recent films as star & producer (Wild Horses, A Night in Old Mexico), the first teaming of Kiefer & Donald Sutherland (Forsaken), Stephen Frears’ Lance Armstrong biopic starring Ben Foster & Dustin Hoffman (The Program), and the noted and popular fashion doc (Valentino: The Last Emperor.)
In 2021, he was involved in packaging and Executive Producing Mayim Bialik’s As Sick As They Made Us (Dustin Hoffman, Candice Bergen), Walter Hill’s Dead For A Dollar (Christoph Waltz, Willem Dafoe), Neil Labute’s Out of the Blue (Diane Kruger) and Vicky Wight’s Happiness for Beginners (for Netflix).
Greenberg produced After Class which debuted at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival and stars Justin Long, Fran Drescher & Richard Schiff. He has produced and executive produced over a dozen films including 2020’s Becky starring Kevin James, 2020’s Chick Fight starring Alec Baldwin, 2017’s Jungle starring Daniel Radcliffe, Sundance Festival award winner Another Happy Day starring Ellen Barkin, Demi Moore, Thomas Haden Church & Ezra Miller, Jackie & Ryan with Katherine Heigl, and two Steven Seagal pics he’d rather not speak about.
Other executive producing credits include 2020’s An Imperfect Murder starring Sienna Miller as well as the Donald Sutherland inspirational drama Milton’s Secret (2016), the Lifetime original film, Mommy I Didn’t Do It (2017) and the Kyra Sedgwick thriller Big Sky (2016).