PR Newswire: Killer Films And Glass Elevator Media Merge To Form New Company, Killer Content: Combines Award-winning Production Company With Innovative IP Incubator

Killer Films And Glass Elevator Media Merge 

NEW YORK and LOS ANGELESMay 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Killer Films and Glass Elevator Media announced today that the two companies have merged to form Killer Content, combining the award-winning film and television production company with Glass Elevator's innovative IP incubator to focus on mainstream, multi-screen storytelling. The new company, Killer Content, is an emerging leader in entertainment for the multi-platform age.  

Together, Killer Films and Glass Elevator will pursue larger market opportunities through long-standing relationships with provocative, independent voices possessing a strong track record, and the ability to nurture emerging creative talent and brands. 

Over the past 15 years, Killer Films, led by Christine Vachon and Pam Koffler, has developed and produced a curated slate of award-winning film, television and digital properties, which now comprises one of the most respected filmographies in the independent entertainment world. Killer's roster of widely recognized and distinguished directors and actors ranges from Julianne Moore and Cate Blanchett, to Daniel Radcliffe and Alec Baldwin, to filmmakers Todd Haynes and Sebastian Silva. The team has produced over 70 films and has been nominated for 59 combined Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe awards. 

The noted new entrant into the media world, Glass Elevator, has created a next-generation media company, the production incubator, sourcing, securing and developing a co-owned intellectual property library including YouTube stars Katie Goodman, Park Slopers' Broad Comedy, She's So Boss with Jacqueline Emerson, Real Talk with Devin Lytle, Kidnapping for Jesus by Elizabeth Rodgers, The Supermarket by Rhonda Mitrani, the musical Friends Like These, last work-shopped at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, and a new online and mobile social content platform called Viewur. 

Adrienne Becker, formerly CEO of Glass Elevator is now the CEO of Killer Content; Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler, formerly Co-Presidents of Killer Films, are now Co-Presidents of Killer Content. 

Additionally, the Company announced that Union Editorial, a leading global creative editorial firm, is an investor in Killer Content. Union Editorial President Michael Raimondi joins the Company's Advisory Board which also includes film, television and digital executive Lauren ZalaznickJohn Sloss of Sloss Eckhouse LawCo/Cinetic Media, music producer and CEO of the Lalabella Alliance "Commissioner" Gordon Williams, and Samuel Ing, Chairman of Inggroups, Inc. 

"Killer Content will strive to make the business of creative content less risky and more sustainable, while maintaining the high creative storytelling standards that Christine and Pam have set," said Adrienne Becker. "The combined portfolio will be broader and include a variety of distribution platforms, reaching larger audiences, but always with moments that matter and connect." 

"Pam and I have spent the last 20 years building a truly independent company that champions provocative stories, bold new ideas and auteur filmmakers. We are excited to pair those values with a forward-thinking digital company like Glass Elevator as we continue to progress in this evolving media landscape," said Christine Vachon

Pam Koffler added: "Christine and I believe that the success of our company over the past two decades has to do as much with our passion for great stories as it is with our ability and desire to adapt to the shifting marketplace. Adrienne Becker, through Glass Elevator, with its focus on the future of storytelling, and how digital platforms will change and support content, is a perfect complement for us. We have waited a long time for the perfect partner to help us bring the Killer brand to a new level and we have found it." 

About Killer Content 
KILLER CONTENT is an emerging leader in entertainment for the multi-platform age, investing in a curated group of creators and brands at the intersection of professional storytelling and technology. The Company is focused on delivering moments that matter, move and connect to audiences through brands Killer Films, Glass Elevator Media, Union Entertainment and the new social content platform Viewur. With an eye on new models of distribution and monetization, Killer Content's award-winning roster of select talent - nurtured through 70+ feature films, television and web series and a combined 59 Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe award nominations – are partners to the Company in re-establishing a sustainable profit model for quality storytelling.