Jonathan McHugh has been producing, directing and music supervising films and TV for decades. He has produced over 35 films and TV shows, music supervised over 75 films and produced many gold, platinum, Emmy and Oscar-nominated film and TV show soundtracks. McHugh has produced quality content while working at great companies like New Line Cinema/ Warner Brothers films, as well as Universal Records and Sony Records.
As a director, McHugh’s two subculture documentaries “Long Live Rock… Celebrate the Chaos” and “Cosplay Universe” are being released in 2021 by Abramorama Entertainment. McHugh is currently producing “City of Ali,” a documentary about Muhammad Ali and the relationship to his hometown. He has produced hit films like Paramount’s “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,” “Crossroads” starring Britney Spears, as well as the highly-regarded documentary, “Janis: Little Girl Blue.” As a TV producer McHugh has produced many shows including Viacom’s “Sun Records” and Discovery’s “Battleground Earth.”
With over three decades of music industry experience, Gary Spivack currently serves as Executive Senior VP/Head of Talent at Danny Wimmer Presents as well as being President of RockHouse Presents Inc. DWP is one of the nations top full-service concert companies and an undisputed leader in rock/hard rock destination music festivals, while RockHouse Presents has established itself as one of the top talent booking concert companies specializing in the alternative and rock music genres. Gary has worked in music promotion at Elektra Records, MCA, Atlantic, Capital, and Geffen Records.
Jonathan Platt’s 25-year tenure as a creative entrepreneur in the entertainment industry is extensive. It encompasses running independent record labels, independent film production, music supervision, publishing and production, concert long form production and the acquisition of widely varied entertainment properties. Recently, Jonathan has produced the award-winning documentary, “WE ARE X” and “Man In The Camo Jacket.” Currently, Jonathan is producing "Cosplay Universe,” “Yoshiki Live at Carnegie Hall” and “On The Sly.”