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Elad Sonego

Elad Sonego, Senior Vice President at Paramount and Chief Creative Officer of Paramount’s Tel-Aviv based Ananey Studios. Also a lecturer and studio instructor at the Design Faculties of Shenkar College and the Holon Technological Institute. A Veteran of the Israeli Music Industry, and Veteran of the IDF, Gay, an Activist and a father of two twin boys. Elad specializes in bringing the best of Israeli storytelling to broadcasters and streamers from all around the world, including Paramount+, HBO Max, Netflix, Nickelodeon and others. His unique aesthetic approach and global networking skills has brought together many partnerships that made shows happen. Elad has been and still is working closely with Israel’s most successful and prominent writers. Among them: Noah Stollman, Dafna Levin, Ron Leshem, Amir Mann, Giora Chamizer, Omer Goldman, Shachar Magen and others. Also working on documentaries by Israel’s leading directors. Among them: Iris Zaki, Yossi Bloch, Paz Swartz, Ari Pines and more.

Danna Stern

Berlin-based, Israeli -born, seasoned content executive, Stern works across borders and genres, focusing on scripted and non-scripted productions.
One of her recent projects “Bros” (Netflix) launched earlier this spring and she has recently completed production of the documentary “Supernova: The Music Festival Massacre” currently airing on multiple channels and platforms around the world.
As the founder of Tel-Aviv based yes Studios, Stern created a distribution and development powerhouse delivering premium content for international platforms.
Recognized twice as one of Variety Magazine’s “Top 500 Global Media Leaders” she was directly responsible for the global launches of multiple series including : Fauda, Shtisel, The Devil Next Door, The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem etc. In addition, Stern has spearheaded dozens of format adaptations in multiple territories including Your Honor one of the bestselling scripted formats in recent years, As We See It (Amazon, originally On the Spectrum ) , 68 Whiskey (Paramount +) The Good Cop (Netflix) Significant Other (ITV), Tanaav (Fauda India, SonyLiv), Escort Boys ( Amazon/ TF-1) etc.

David Hadda

David Hadda, born 1984 in Frankfurt/Main, Germany.
Studied law in Heidelberg and Cologne. Legal clerkship in Berlin.
Alongside his studies, began working as an writer for stand-up comedians and TV formats such as “Switch Reloaded” and “Schillerstrasse”.
At the broadcaster Tele5 he was first responsible for Distribution & Business Affairs, later as Creative Director responsible for original productions.
Since 2018 with his own production company Turbokultur in Berlin. Develops and produces TV formats such as “Heroes”, “Deadlines”, “Bosetti Late Night” and “Freitagnacht Jews”, for which he won the prestigious “Grimme Award” and the “German Television Award”.
Creator and showrunner of his latest TV series "The Zweiflers", which recently won three awards at the Cannes International Series Festival for "High School Award", "Best Music" and "Best Series“.

Joe Peracchio

Producer and screenwriter Joe Peracchio has written for Deception and The Flash. He was a writer and actor for the Emmy nominated Fences on PBS for two seasons and has worked as a writer and producer on over 60 episodes of primetime network TV. He currently serves as Consulting Producer on several drama series in development with Netflix International. Joe is a professor of TV drama writing and screenwriting at USC.

Omri Marcus

Omri Marcus is an experienced content creator and creative director who specializes in harnessing the powers of groundbreaking technology. Tasked with leading Gitam-BBDO, the largest media conglomerate in Israel, into the era of artificial intelligence, Omri manages multifaceted projects that span creativity, technology, business, and strategy. Following the events of October 7th, Omri was also tasked with overseeing the company's Creative War Room, producing a wide array of videos and images aimed at conveying Israel's perspective to specific audiences.

Marcus has extensive experience in all aspects of content creation, from developing a popular dating show in China, through creating innovative mobile apps in India to leading a successful political campaign in Israel. With over 20 years of experience generating award-winning content worldwide, Omri thrives on driving new ideas from concept to launch and seeing them through high growth to meet business objectives. During his time in a multi-year development contract with Red-Arrow Entertainment and in his work as creative director at companies such as Viacom and Screenz, Omri delivered content that pushed boundaries while still meeting audience engagement, retention, and market share KPIs.

As a comedy writer, Omri has earned three Israeli TV Academy awards for his work as part of the writing staff of "Eretz Nehederet" (What a Wonderful Country), one of Israel's most successful comedy shows. Omri is the founder of Comedy for a Change - an international community of comedy writers dedicated to leveraging the power of comedy for driving social change. He also received a distinguished grant from Europe’s Format Academy for Entertainment, Television & New Media (EMC), an accolade reserved for those shaping the future of media. Omri also contributes to various publications, sharing his insights on technology, content, and contemporary issues.

David Levine

David Levine is the Chief Creative Officer of Anonymous Content, a full-service global studio and representation company. There he shepherds the development and production of all film and television content. Here he has built out Anonymous’ global creative footprint while overseeing Alfonso Cuaron’s Disclaimer and Taika Waititi’s Time Bandits, as well the adaptations of Nickel Boys, Neuromancer and East of Eden coming soon. Before that, he was the Co-Head of Drama, HBO Programming, for Home Box Office, responsible for overseeing the development and production of original drama series such as Sharp Objects, Westworld, True Detective, Game of Thrones, Our Boys, and True Blood. Before HBO, he was vice president of Development and Production at Mandalay Entertainment and served as a producer at Fuse Entertainment.


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