Christian Moore grew up surrounded by the film industry. He worked on productions during summer breaks from school, and went on to finish college and later Arts School in Oxford. In 1992, he began his professional film career, working out of Pinewood, Twickenham, Elstree and Shepperton Studios in London. During this period he became Assistant Studio Manager for the creation, construction and ongoing services of Leavsden studios film complex located in Watford, which made Goldeneye as its first film and went on to house the making of the Star Wars and the Harry Potter films. During this period, Christian worked in various departments on The Saint, Tomorrow Never Dies, First Night, The Fifth Element, Interview with a Vampire and Alien 3, among other films.
Christian subsequently moved to Hollywood and was contracted as a producer of documentaries and television programming sold to networks such as Fox, PBS, and The Discovery Channel. Titles he produced include KGB Files, UFO Files, Masters Of Illusion, Behind The Crown, World Magic awards and The Construction of the Pyramids.
While in Hollywood, he continued to work with European firms. He became a partner with both Milk and Honey Films and Prague Studios in the Czech Republic, where such films as Children of Dune, Blade II, Aliens vs. Predator, XXX, Van Helsing, Hellboy, The Red Barron and Wanted were made.
He worked as an independent producer on the acclaimed film Monarch of the Moon, with Dark Horse Indie films. Returning to Europe in 2008, he started Bothers Moore Ltd to finance media in Europe for film, television and intellectual property rights in music.
In 2010, Christian became Chairman of TV7 Media Network based in Eastern Europe and was responsible for restructuring management, creation of additional television channels, acquisition of programming as well as production of multiple television shows for the region. That same year, he became a board member of Luxemburg Fund Partners SA, which to date has over $500M under management.
In 2011 he formed a partnership with Bill Todman Jr and created Star One Entertainment and Star One Media Fund.
Kimberly Moore is an active entrepreneur from New York City and a Goodwill Ambassador to the United States of America. She is best known for her successful private gatherings, bringing highly influential people together to collaborate on business opportunities on a global scale. She founded The Echelon Club in 2005 with the intention of incorporating a charitable component into each of these events.
Inspired by her members, she founded The Kimberly Moore Foundation, which runs programs and campaigns benefiting children and families. She created the “Adopt-A-Letter” program, which has fulfilled the wishes of over 30,000 underprivileged children, and “Keeping Harmony Alive”, a program dedicated to securing music programs in public schools located in the impoverished areas of Los Angeles.
Ms. Moore's experiences vary from building educational programs for children and coordinating concerts for young musicians to organizing events for some of the world’s most influential leaders.
In 2009, Baroness Kimberly Moore was appointed by President Malam Bacai Sanha of the Republic of Guinea Bissau, West Africa and named Goodwill Ambassador to the United States of America. Ms. Moore currently sits on the "Virgin Unite" committee for its annual event with Sir Richard Branson and was also appointed Peace Ambassador for Music 4 Peace/World Gandhi Tour promoting world peace through the universal language of music joined by Dalai Llama, Arun Gandhi and others, founded by Tobias Huber.
Since the formation of the Kimberly Moore Foundation, Ms. Moore has received honors and recognition for her outstanding commitment to children. She was recently honored with the first "Key to the City" ever issued at Bell Gardens City Hall, for building sustainable programs within the community and positively impacting the lives of thousands of children in need.
From his first job in the mail room at Warner Bros. Studios in 2000, Ethan jumped to a position with Bel-Air Productions and Oscar-nominated producer Steven Reuther (Face Off, Pretty Woman). He has since scripted work for Steven Seagal, Dark Horse Comics, and the producers of The Blade Franchise, as well as optioned or sold more than a dozen script properties. Ethan is currently producing/working on an audio book for Disney Imagineer Bob Gurr. In 2008 he started Arsenal Productions And Management to replace his Warner Bros.-based Snapkick Productions, Inc.
Ethan is the producer of Combat Radio, Peace Fund Radio, NACA Radio (Neighborhood Assistance Corporation Of America) and The Time Stevenson Show.
Edward Keebler is a respected senior executive who has provided strategy, operations and management solutions to over 150 client organizations in twelve sectors and on six continents. Keebler has been chosen by a wide spectrum of businesses, governments, industry groups and NGOs for his multi-disciplinary expertise, intellectual horsepower, keen insight, and exacting standards.
Originally from Chicago and currently based in Los Angeles, Keebler has built a track record of creating, building and scaling businesses. This includes operational responsibility for companies, strategic initiatives and projects ranging from 500,000 USD – 125,000,000 USD. Through his work with economic development agencies, Keebler has facilitated over 2 Billion USD in international trade growth, sourced over 1 Billion USD in capital for his clients, and secured acquisition deal flow of over 300,000,000 USD for the equity partners he’s worked with.
Some of Keebler’s high profile projects have included sustainable food system integration, nanotechnology regulation, and economic development. Organizations such as New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, GIC Private Limited, US Commerce Dept, Mitsubishi and California Forward lead the list of his recent clients.
Keebler has dedicated his career to developing sustainability and creating real economic opportunities that have lasting value for all. This commitment has consistently extended into the non-profit sector - an area typically deprived of top-flight consulting. In addition to The Peace Fund, Keebler sits on the Board of Wells Bring Hope and volunteers his time to two other organizations tackling child welfare, education and water issues on domestic and international levels.
During his limited (and precious) free time, you can find Keebler just barely beating his twelve-year-old son in competitive games of one-on-one basketball or leading jubilant dance parties at home with his three-year-old daughter.