As the founding Head of Production for Endeavor Content, and the original Head of Production Finance for Starz, Richter has overseen billions of dollars worth of high budget, high profile content for nearly every major outlet currently lurking on your home streaming device (Apple, HBO, Hulu, Netflix, Starz). Having collaborated closely with producers in the U.S. and around the globe he has a keen sense of how to build a production that takes advantage of nuances both near and far to empower a show to be the best it can possibly be. He is expert in balancing a studio’s constraints and its buyer’s demands to achieve the creator’s vision.
Philip Waley is an award-winning producer who has been working in the Film and Television Industry for over 25 years. He has had the pleasure of working with major studios such as Legendary, Warner Bros, Fox, Netflix, Lionsgate, Sony, and Universal. Some of his recent movies include To Leslie, The Red Sea Diving Resort, The Machine, Escape Room 2, The Nun, The Empty Man, Columbus Circle, Solomon Kane, Jumper, Hostel 1 & 2, Pink Panther amongst others. In the Television field, he produced the Award-Winning Joan of Arc for the Hallmark Channel, as well as The Genius of Mozart for BBC Television and some episodes of the Award-Winning The Amazing Race. He Produced for Netflix the Original Series Best Worst Weekend Ever.
He is currently working on the action thriller Den of Thieves 2 starring Gerald Butler shooting across Europe.
In his work, he loves true stories rich with emotions, depth, and diversity. Waley is an active member of both DGA and PGA.
Joel is a CPA, and principal with accounting / business management firm R.C. Baral and Company, Inc. He has provided financial and production oversight to productions companies, networks, and studios on numerous Series and Features. Current clients include Endeavor Content, Netflix, Amazon, Viacom, Paramount, and Laugh Out Loud (Kevin Hart). Recent Projects include Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner (5 seasons – Paramount TV) Die Hart (Kevin Hart) and the feature film “To Leslie”.
Joel loves setting up and guiding projects that challenge the audience, bring them joy and wonder and especially projects that are international and intercultural in focus