CONTENT IS: information, entertainment, laugh out loud funny, incredibly moving, gloomy, intoxicating, heartbreaking, instructional, exotic, awesome, hip, inspiring, sexy and so much more. We should know because we have been producing a variety of creative content for almost a decade at Exit 9 Films. From sports documentaries to digital programming on the web, TV and behind the scenes, the simple premise at Exit 9 is, content is king.
No matter what the format is (you name it we have produced a video for it) or how much turn around time you have (3 months, 3 weeks, 3 days, 3 hours) we can produce a high quality, eye popping professional video.
We approach each project as storytellers and figure out how to effectively maximize the client’s vision and budget without sacrificing quality. Working with major companies like Google, Zagat and the UFC, we understand how to produce a video that is fun and informational but most of all promotes the brand’s message. Thank you for taking a look at just a sample of our portfolio. We look forward to producing your vision and making it reality.
Stuart Entner’s background in film and television began in the world of documentary and commercial production. Mr. Entner worked for the esteemed Albert Maysles and Susan Froemke at Maysles Films, Inc. While there, he worked on several films and countless commercial projects including the Academy Award nominated, Lalee’s Kin: The Legacy of Cotton and the Grammy award winning, The Producers: A Musical Romp with Mel Brooks. It didn’t take Mr. Entner long to rise through the ranks of the business where he became a producer and then ultimately an editor as well. Mr. Entner’s long list of accomplishments include running the post production division for Dogmatic, Inc., producing for Broadway Video as well as editing numerous documentaries and television shows for the History Channel and PBS. Mr. Entner won a Silver Telly award in 2005 for his work on the acclaimed History Channel documentary series, The Last Days of WWII and a Cine Gold Eagle in 2007 as an editor on the PBS documentary, Anti-Semitism in the 21st Century.
Brian Davidson’s career in television started at industry renowned Post Production house Creative Bubble in New York City. At Creative Bubble, Mr. Davidson worked under Emmy award winning editors John Tierney and Robert Ortiz, editing various promos and commercials for networks ranging from MTV to HBO. Mr. Davidson also worked on the critically acclaimed children’s show Elmo’s World, and produced numerous other television programs for Nickelodeon and The Live Music Channel. This transition from short form to long form came full circle in 1999 when Mr. Davidson formally took over as director and producer of The Ultimate Fighting Championship’s behind the scenes division. Flying to every UFC event in the country, Mr. Davidson is responsible for filming and producing documentaries which focus on the trials and tribulations professional fighters endure before stepping into the world famous Octagon to fight. To this point, Mr. Davidson has produced over 30 documentaries and long form television programs for Spike TV, UFC DVDs and various other organizations. In addition, Mr. Davidson has spent the last three years editing and producing on-air promos and upfront presentations for AMC, WE and IFC cable networks.