Dimitri Villard has produced a number of motion pictures. Among his producing credits are In Love And War, directed by Richard Attenborough and starring Sandra Bullock and Chris O’Donnell (New Line); Timewalker, starring Ben Murphy (New World); Once Bitten, starring Jim Carrey and Lauren Hutton (Goldwyn); Death of an Angel, starring Nick Mancuso and Bonnie Bedelia (Twentieth Century-Fox); Frankenstein General Hospital, starring Mark Blankfield (New Star); Hide And Go Shriek (New Star); Purgatory, starring Tanya Roberts (New Star); Easy Wheels, starring Paul Le Mat and Eileen Davidson (Fries); Flight of the Navigator, directed by Randal Kleiser (Disney) and Say Nothing, starring Nastassja Kinski and William Baldwin (HBO). He was also credited as a writer on In Love And War and Once Bitten. From 1993 to 1996 he was Managing Director of the investment bank Laidlaw & Co., and from 1997 to 2000 a Director of SG Cowen/Société Générale, where he was involved in numerous transactions in the entertainment and media industry including the financing of Action Pay-Per-View Network, Starcom Television Services, Long Distance International, merger of Trimark Entertainment with Lionsgate, sale of the Credit Lyonnais film library to Polygram, and the sale of Polygram to Universal. Mr. Villard is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (www.ampas.org); former Chairman of Dax Solutions, Inc., the premier entertainment industry digital workflow platform (www.daxsolutions.com); Co-Founder and Chairman of Pivotal BioSciences, Inc. (www.pivotalbiosciences.com), a University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine spinout developing innovative cancer therapies, and former Chairman/CEO of Peer Media Technologies, Inc., formerly known as ArtistDIRECT, Inc. (www.artistdirect.com), an Internet destination music site and anti-piracy and business intelligence solution provider to the entertainment industry. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Staffing 360 Solutions, Inc., a public company (NASDAQ: STAF), and on the Board of Advisors of Kangarootime (www.kangarootime.com), Blue Cinema Technologies, Inc., Queboo (www.queboo.com) and Changefindr (www.changefindr.com). As a member of the Executive Committee of the Tech Coast Angels, the largest angel venture capital investment group in the United States (www.techcoastangels.com), he is active in identifying, mentoring, and leading investments in a number of early stage high technology ventures. He is a graduate of Harvard University where he was an editor of The Harvard Lampoon, and has a Master of Science degree from China International Medical University.