Naresh is the President of Media & Creative Services at Academy Award Winning Reliance MediaWorks.  A 20-year veteran of the entertainment industry, Naresh has been involved with dozens of major, high-grossing studio films. As the COO of Reliance's Creative Services division, he oversees the company's international VFX, stereoscopic 2D-to-3D conversion, animation and TVC post business verticals. Malik was previously the CEO of Pixion in India where he spearheaded the company's expansion across markets and business verticals, and also worked with Ideal Systems Asia Pacific, Grass Valley Group and Television Eighteen. Naresh sits on the board of Reliance, which is a $25B international company, majority owners of DreamWorks and sales agent IM Global.  Reliance is a multiple Academy Award Winner with films such as The Help and Steven Spielberg's Lincoln.


Naresh also worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to produce 4 films to address HIV/AIDS in India as well as a film with UNAIDS.













Edward has been an entrepreneur his whole life.  He started his first business in elementary school and then grew a mortgage bank from his basement of his house to a multi-state lender with over fifty employees. Three years ago he started Panthera Film Finance Company, LLC, which is in the entertainment business.   Mr. Jarzobski is President of Sundance Capital Fund, LLC and involved in several other companies.  After college, he was Vice President SYME, a public company.  Edward consults for many different businesses and projects with contacts across the world and was an Executive Producer on the films Transylmania and Racing Dreams.  


He is currently an EP on Ethyrea: Code of the Brethren, a VFX-heavy trilogy, budgeted at $105M.  Edward graduated from Creighton University with BSBA majoring in Finance and received his MBA from Creighton.












Janet is a deeply respected Hollywood producer who has had an accomplished career. From 1989-1996, Yang was president of Ixtlan Corporation, formed with director Oliver Stone. During this time, Janet produced The People vs. Larry Flynt and executive produced The Joy Luck Club as well as Indictment: The McMartin Trial.


She is the president of Janet Yang Productions and the production company, The Manifest Film Company. Some of the films Janet has produced include High Crimes and The Weight of Water directed by Kathryn Bigelow.  More recently, Janet adapted High School Musical for a Chinese audience, the first time a global franchise was made specifically for a Chinese market.  Her last film, Shanghai Calling, was distributed by China Film Group and screened at international film festivals.


Janet has been named one of the "50 Most Powerful Women in Hollywood" by The Hollywood Reporter and featured in articles in The Los Angeles Times, Variety, The New York Times and many more print and television outlets.















Matt has worked out of 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios, for the Discovery Channel, Disney, NBC Universal Television, Reliance MediaWorks and with independent production companies. Flynn's screenplays have been optioned by studios including at Fox where he was attached as a producer, working with director and Academy Award Winner John Bruno.   Flynn wrote and directed the feature Hack!, distributed by Lionsgate, Paramount, Universal and others worldwide.  The film had production offices at Universal Studios and played on US and Foreign Television.  Flynn Executive Produced the Award Winning short film, Burnt, filmed at a non-profit animal shelter in Los Angeles County where Mr. Flynn and his wife volunteer.  Matt co-wrote the feature-length Comedy I'm Not Like That No More which was reviewed as “a cross between Knocked Up and Step Brothers.” He is a vested member of the Screen Actors Guild, holds US and Canadian passports, co-owns sales agent 10:10 Global Entertainment and is President of Random Cow Pictures in Los Angeles.