Bull Market Entertainment was founded in 2005 by Hal Schwartz. Based in Los Angeles, the company's mission is to produce motion pictures in a range of genres that are smart, affecting, and feature strong characters at the heart of the story.
Bull Market recently completed principal photography on its third film, Authors Anonymous (fka Scribble). The film is a co-production with EKZ Productions and producer Hal Schwartz once again teams up with director Ellie Kanner. The film stars Kaley Cuoco, Chris Klein, Teri Polo, Dylan Walsh, Dennis Farina, Jonathan Bennett, Tricia Helfer, Jonathan Banks. DeadlineHollywood.com has the story: Kaley Cuoco, Dylan Walsh, Chris Klein, Teri Polo, & Dennis Farina cast in indie 'Scribble'Bull Marke's second feature Wake was directed by Ellie Kanner and written by Lennox Wiseley. It stars Bijou Phillips, Ian Somerhalder, Jane Seymour, Danny Masterson, and Marguerite Moreau. Wake was released domestically in 2010 by indie studio E1 Entertainment on DVD and digital platforms (iTunes, VOD, Netflix Streaming) and is being distributed internationally by Moving Pictures Film and TV. The film had its pay cable premiere on Showtime in October, 2010 and later appeared on pay cable network Starz. Wake premiered to a sold-out audience of almost 1200 people as the Opening Night Gala event at the 19th edition of the prestigious Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, CA on February 25th, 2009 and was a Spotlight Presentation at the Newport Beach Film Festival.
Bull Market’s first film was crazylove, which was directed by Ellie Kanner and written by Carol Watson. crazylove stars Reiko Aylesworth, Bruno Campos, Marla Sokoloff, Greg Germann, Meat Loaf, and JoBeth Williams. The film premiered at the Hollywood Film Festival and the worldwide rights were acquired by PorchLight Entertainment. crazylove had its American broadcast premiere on Lifetime. The director’s cut of the film was released on DVD by MTI Home Video. To date, crazylove has been sold in over 85 international territories.
Projects in development include Sisters in Crime, which was written by Wake writer Lennox Wiseley and will be directed by Adam Stein, and Bitter, which was written by David Zuckerman, who co-developed Fox’s hit show Family Guy and will be directed by Ellie Kanner.