Overview of the company
Entertainment Holdings Inc., a publicly-traded Company
on the OTC, Symbol: GBHL,
is engaged in the production of low-budget, high quality, genre
pictures with recognizable name talent. Global Entertainment Holdings
employs a financing strategy designed to significantly mitigate
investment risk utilizing tax incentives, distribution advances
and/or pre-sales, gap financing, economies of scale inherent in
back-to-back film production and deferment of our production fees.
the Parent Company, generates revenues through its subsidiary operations.
U.S. operations are handled through two, wholly-owned subsidiaries:
Global Universal Entertainment (GUE) is engaged
in U.S. film production, and Global Universal Film Group
(GUFG) manages distribution and sales representation of
films worldwide for content produced by the subsidiaries, as well
as by other filmmakers. Canadian film production operations are
handled by Global Universal Pictures (GUP), a 30%
owned affiliate of the company. Please view this document HERE.
Global Universal’s CEO, Gary Rasmussen, has
a long and extensive history of successfully organizing and developing
companies in several different industries, including ventures in
the motion picture business.
Daniel Crown, the former chief executive of Crown
theaters, stated recently, “If you can find the right film
executives, people who consider themselves fiduciaries more than
producers, it’s one of the best bets you can make right now.”
In this regard, Global Universal’s Management Team is comprised
of that “perfect blend” of film entrepreneurs, movie
business executives and “hands-on” film producers. The
Presidents of the Canadian and the U.S. production subsidiaries,
Jackie Giroux and Peter Liapis respectively, have a lifetime of
knowledge, tenacity and experience in writing, developing, producing
and distributing motion pictures and television content.
What is Global Universal looking for?
Global Universal is looking for investors who will not only share
in the dream of making feature films, but also share in the understanding
of the “business” side of the ledger and be able to
appreciate the financing strategy employed by Global Universal to
significantly mitigate risk, while at the same time providing unlimited
upside opportunity that can be realized in the film business. A
film has a revenue generating “life span” which can
become a source of ongoing financial worth to the company and its
shareholders. In fact, if managed properly, it can generate income
for the Company almost indefinitely.
As a publicly traded Company, Global Universal is totally “transparent”
in their reporting responsibilities, which govern its financial
and operating activities. The Global Universal Management Team has
a lifetime of experience in producing quality films with a reputation
for honesty and integrity. The Global Universal Management Team
combines the ability to produce quality films with their understanding
of the fiduciary responsibility they have to their investors and
shareholders, and are therefore relentless in carrying out their
mission of protecting the Company’s financial investments
by focusing on reducing risk and maximizing profitability. The Global
Universal financing strategy is “low risk”, supported
by government incentives, as well as partially funded by well-known
film distribution partners.