Christopher Knoblock has had a multifaceted twenty year career in theater, film and television as both a Director of Photography and as an actor. He has worked with such names as Paul Sorvino, Melissa Leo and Viveca Lindfors among others and is quickly emerging as a talented film director to watch. The producers of The Red Suitcase have been able to secure Chris' unique vision to helm the picture from its inception, through development and into production. Chris directed the promo presentation for The Red Suitcase, bringing a formidable team of industry veterans to the project. Chris recently directed the film, Old Friends, which featured at The Buffalo/Niagara Film Festival as well as The Griffon Int'l Film Festival. As Director of Photography, some of his recent credits include The Addiction of Ethan Lonemeyer, The Treasure's of Long Gone John, which featured at SXSW, and the Santa Barbara Int’l Film Festival; and numerous television projects airing on NBC, Discovery, TLC and The History Channel.
“Chris is a rock solid up and coming director: he has the confidence, the ability, and the passion it takes to make not just a good film, but a great one.”
- Five time Emmy award winning Director of Photography, Donald M. Morgan, ASC
Donald M. Morgan
Director of Photography
Don Morgan’s career spans more than 40 years in film and television, working with directors such as Robert Zemeckis, John Carpenter, Roger Young, Joseph Sargent and David Fincher among others. Mr Morgan has worked as a Director of Photography on over 70 narrative films, including such memorable theatrical features as Stephen King’s Christine, Used Cars with Kurt Russel and the sci-fi adventure, Starman with Jeff Bridges.
Morgan has earned five Emmy® Awards for his cinematography on television movies as well as four additional Emmy nominations. He has also claimed top honors in the television movie/miniseries/pilot category in the ASC Awards competition for The Siege at Rudy Ridge, Geronimo, Dillinger, and Murder in Mississippi, along with two nominations for Out of Ashes and For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story.
Mr. Morgan was the first to ever win the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Career Achievement in Television Award.
Mr. Henrich is a Senior Partner in Damon Morey where he is the Co-Chair of the Business and Corporate Department and Chair of the firm's Private Equity Practice Group. He advises both issuers and investors in a variety of private equity, merger and acquisitions transactions. He has assisted numerous companies raise capital through private offerings and private equity transactions. His issuer work is balanced by his representation of several private equity funds. Mr. Henrich also serves as general counsel for a Philadelphia-based not-for-profit organization with global operations in Europe, India, China, and Japan.
Damon Morey’s Entertainment law experience includes assisting filmmaker clients in the area of financing, drafting and negotiating distribution agreements as well as various other contract negotiations. In addition, Damon Morey has experience in searching for funding sources for film and television projects as well as negotiating finance and loan agreements for independent film financiers.
Damon Morey has extensive experience in planning start-up and growth of a cable television network established as a premium pay channel on cable, then on satellite, and moving in transition to a free to air model supported by advertising. They have also drafted and negotiated contracts for content acquisition and licensing agreements for use of television programming.
Mr. Henrich received his law degree from University of Pennsylvania and his MBA from Wharton School of Business.
Mr. Henrich is admitted to practice in both New York and Delaware and is currently a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Delaware Bar Association, the Erie County Bar Association, and the Wharton Club of Northern California.
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