/// Patrick Fischer, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Creativity Media

August 29, 2013  |  EngageLondon

Patrick has a diverse background in film finance, production and post-production.

After graduating from the University of Westminster, Patrick began his career as in house Producer at the Gumball 3000 Rally. During his two-year tenure, Patrick produced two feature films; ‘Love Live Long’, helmed by Academy Award nominated director Mike Figgis and ‘3000 Miles’ featuring skateboarder Tony Hawk and Bam Margera of MTV’s Jackass.

In 2007 Patrick left Gumball to set up the indie production company Red Sparrow, which went on to produce the Australian horror hit ‘Slaughtered’ and the UK thriller ‘Psychosis’ for Lionsgate.

While producing at Red Sparrow, Patrick consulted on feature film post-production, financing and distribution deals including “Tormented” (2009) and “The Infidel” (2010), as well as the theatrical release of the award winning punk-documentary ‘Heavy Load’ (2008).

Together with the Supervising Dialogue Editor Richard Kondal and the award winning Sound Designer Alex Joseph and Patrick set up Creativity Media in the autumn of 2010.

Since then Creativity Media has co-produced six films (including the urban comedy smash-hit Anuvahood) and provided full service post for twenty-two films, cementing a reputation for exceptional post-production talent and innovative film finance.

In 2012 Patrick completed his MBA at the Cass Business School and was voted in to the Time Out Top 100 of “those individuals who have brought the most influence, innovation and inspiration to the British Creative and Media industries in the past 12 months”.

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