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The enduring power of classic children's stories usually involves simple but powerful themes that invoke primal fear. That's why we remember them.

Kristine Kreska, President

Ms. Kreska is a Juror for The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Emmys Pacific Southwest Chapter), 2021 Juror for Cinequest Film Festival, Distribution Panelist for 2021 International Filmmaker Day at Sundance, Cannes, TIFF, and a past Board Member of UXPA Los Angeles.  

Kristine Kreska has been working in entertainment for two decades.  She began her entertainment career at Winstar Communications (formerly known as Fox Lorber, Winstar Home Entertainment, and Wellspring Media). 

Winstar was sold to IDT Telecommunications in 2001 and Ms. Kreska joined Bank of the West, a BNP company, as an Assistant Vice President responsible for executive staffing within BancWest Investment Services, Wealth Management, Syndications, PacRim Trade Finance, Credit Risk, and Compliance divisions during the mergers of United Financial of Japan, Sanwa Bank, Tokai Bank/Toyo Trust & Banking Co.), United California Bank, and BNP Paribas.


In 2004, a key art award-winning entertainment agency, B.D. Fox & Friends, Inc., recruited Kristine as an Account Manager for a finance company's ad campaign. She launched the B.D. Fox film sales division one year later as Vice President overseeing all aspects of acquisition, key art, movie trailers, and international sales. 


After the retirement and sale of B.D. Fox in 2007, Ms. Kreska switched her focus to consulting for independent film as a producer’s rep and buyer’s rep. Kristine became a content creator in 2015.

Ms. Kreska earned her Bachelor of Science degree at Oakland University where she studied management information systems, marketing, and business. She is also a graduate of Cinema Makeup School with a specialty in character design, SFX injuries, and fashion.  She was honored with the Leonard Engelman Fellowship award in 2013.

As a dual citizen of the USA and Poland, Kristine is available for productions in the European Union.