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JOSH ETTING - PRODUCER BIO

Josh Etting is a seasoned feature film and television producer.  Some of his recent feature credits include Angel Of Mine starring Noomi Rapace, Yvonne Strahovski and Luke Evans, Prison Logic starring Romany Malco and Regina Hall, the period drama Tuscaloosa starring Natalia Dyer and Devon Bostick, the Lionsgate thriller Reclaim starring John Cusack, Ryan Phillippe, and Jackie Weaver, Relative Strangers starring Danny DeVito, Kathy Bates, Bob Odenkirk, Ron Livingston, Christine Baranski and Neve Campbell, The Godfather of Greenbay starring Tom Lennon and Tony Goldwyn, Tough Luck starring Norman Reedus, and Malibu's Most Wanted starring Jamie Kennedy, Regina Hall, Taye Diggs, and Anthony Anderson.

Josh was also an Executive Producer of the Showtime series Inside Comedy with David Steinberg and Steve Carell's Carousel Productions and produced What's Going on? with Mike Mitchell for FX Network with celebrity guests Will Ferrell and Jennifer Lawrence.  He Executive produced multiple episodes of HBO’S Funny Or Die Presents series, including the Drunk History sketches "Lincoln/Douglas" that won Best Short at the Sundance Festival and “Edison/Tesla”, as well as works by Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant (Reno 911), Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Skull Island) and The Daniels (Swiss Army Man).  In addition, Josh produced the Paul Pierce Tribute Video for the Clippers that is currently playing online with Kendrick Lamar narrating and was also a writer and producer on The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, as well as co-creator of Living With Fran and The Starlet for the WB Network and I Will Survive for VH1.  

 He is currently attached to produce the political action thriller Collision, based on the NY Times best selling book, the comedy project Dreamgirl for Warner Brothers and the female-driven thriller Contraction, among others. 


BRIAN R. ETTING - PRODUCER BIO

Brian started off his career producing premiere cable movies for HBO, Showtime, SyFy Network and Lionsgate TV, before segueing into independent features, television and commercials.

Some of his recent independent feature credits include Angel Of Mine starring Noomi Rapace, Yvonne Strahovski and Luke Evans, Prison Logic starring Romany Malco and Regina Hall, Tuscaloosa starring Nathalie Dier, Lionsgate’s Reclaim starring John Cusack, Ryan Phillippe and Jackie Weaver, the Sony/Sam Goldwyn comedy A Good Old Fashioned Orgy starring Jason Sudeikis, Will Forte and Lake Bell, and Relative Strangers starring Danny DeVito, Kathy Bates, Bob Odenkirk, Ron Livingston, Christine Baranski and Neve Campbell.

On the TV front, Brian produced the FX comedy pilot What’s Going On? With Mike Mitchell, which included celebrity guests Will Ferrell and Jennifer Lawrence. He also Executive Produced multiple episodes for two seasons of HBO’s comedy series, Funny or Die Presents, including the Sundance winner, “Drunken History: Lincoln/Douglas” starring Will Ferrell and Don Cheadle, plus works by Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant (Reno 911), and The Daniels (Swiss Army Man).

Brian is also a seasoned commercial, fashion and documentary producer. He’s produced spots for directors Dayton/Faris (Little Miss Sunshine), Nicole Holofcener (Friends with Money), Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg (This is the End), Jason Reitman (Juno), Miguel Arteta (Cedar Rapids), Todd Field (Little Children), Bob Odenkirk (Breaking Bad) and an IBM documentary for Academy Award-winning director Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth). 

He is currently attached to produce the political thriller Collision, based on the New York Times best selling book, the comedy project Dreamgirl for Warner Brothers and the female-driven actioner Contraction, among others.  

Brian is a graduate of UCLA where he graduated with a BA in American Literature and Film. His first industry experience was as an intern assistant to JoAnne Sellar (“Phantom Thread”) and Daniel Lupi (“Her”) on River Phoenix’s final film, “Dark Blood”.  


Garlin Pictures also serves as a production service company.