APOLLO MEDIA IS A LONDON-BASED ADVISORY COMPANY ESTABLISHED IN 1996 WITH A PROVEN BACKGROUND IN PRODUCTION AND A GROWING REPUTATION FOR INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS IN MEDIA AND MEDIA TECHNOLOGY FINANCE.
Apollo’s best-known production, Festival Express, was one of the most critically-acclaimed films of 2004. The film was successfully released in major theatrical markets and went straight into the US DVD Music Charts at number 1, where it stayed for 10 days (after 11 months on release, it was still at number 2).
Since 2007, working together with LA-based Grand Army Entertainment, Apollo arranged the financial structuring of over $350M of independent films and television financed by Bank of America and Wachovia Bank, including 18 films produced for television by RHI Entertainment, as well as the following US independent feature film productions:
Five Dollars A Day (Christopher Walken, Sharon Stone)
Hachiko (Richard Gere, directed by Lasse Hallstrom)
Lies and Deception (Christian Slater, Cuba Gooding Jr)
The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond (Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Evans, Ann Margret)
Mad Money (Katie Holmes, Queen Latifah, Diane Keaton)
Major Movie Star (Jessica Simpson)
New York I Love You (Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, Orlando Bloom)
The Six Wives of Henry Lefay (Tim Allen)
Smother (Liv Tyler and Diane Keaton)
Streets of Blood (Val Kilmer, Sharon Stone)
The Year of Getting to Know Us (Jimmy Fallon, Lucy Liu, Tom Arnold)
IN 2012, TOGETHER WITH INGENIOUS MEDIA, APOLLO LAUNCHED THE INGENIOUS SENIOR FILM FUND, A DATA-DRIVEN INVESTMENT FUND USING SENIOR DEBT TO FINANCE INDEPENDENT FILMS WITH BUDGETS OVER $10M. THE FUND IS CURRENTLY ACTIVE.