Brad Krevoy (Executive Producer) founded the Motion Picture Corporation of America (MPCA) in 1986, and has played a key role in the finance, development, production and distribution of more than 100 motion picture and television projects. His producing credits include the smash hit comedy 'Dumb and Dumber,' the Peabody Award-winning TV movie 'Annie,' Kevin Spacey's directorial debut, 'Albino Alligator,' 'A Love Song for Bobby Long,' starring John Travolta and Scarlett Johansson, 'Kingpin,' 'Jungle 2 Jungle' and 'Beverly Hills Ninja.' In 1996 Krevoy sold MPCA and became copresident of Orion Pictures, where he produced 'Dead Poets Society,' which brought Tom Schulman an Academy AwardŽ for original screenplay, and released films such as Victor Nunez's critically acclaimed 'Ulee's Gold,' presented by Jonathan Demme and starring Academy AwardŽ nominee Peter Fonda, as well as Sergei Bodrov's 'Prisoner of the Mountains,' an Academy AwardŽ and Golden Globe nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. Krevoy revitalized Orion Pictures, quickly positioning the company for sale to Kirk Kerkorian's MGM/UA in 1997, and subsequently restarted MPCA. He is currently prepping 'Rainbow Bridge,' written by two-time Academy AwardŽ nominee William Nicholson.