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CHRISTOPHER PETZEL

PRESIDENT & CEO

Christopher Petzel is our President and Chief Executive Officer

 

Prior to Broadside Enterprises, Inc., Christopher was the CEO of Fierce Entertainment, LLC, a production and distribution company, where he produced, executive produced or associate produced a number of theatrical features including Seeking Justice (Nicolas Cage), War (Jet Li and Jason Statham), Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) and Good Old Fashioned Orgy (Jason Sudeikis) as well as television movies.

He has extensive experience in the distribution of entertainment assets having advised such leading international film and television distributors such as ZDF Enterprises (Germany), DeAPlaneta (Spain), Filmauro (Italy), Scanbox (Scandinavia) and many others on script evaluation and rights acquisitions. Christopher also has broad corporate finance experience and has served as an expert witness in matters pertaining to media financing and the international accounting and taxation of entertainment assets.

Prior to starting Fierce Entertainment, LLC in 2001, Christopher worked for investment banking firm Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin in Los Angeles in their entertainment group where his clients included DreamWorks, Pacific Data Images (now DreamWorks Animation), Centropolis EffectsGRB EntertainmentSundance ProductionsConstantin Film AGVCL Film + Medien AGCastle Music and Bob Cooper’s Landscape Entertainment. In 1999, he was one of the principal members of the team representing The Walt Disney Company in valuation matters pertaining to a much publicized arbitration with Jeffrey Katzenberg.

Before moving to Los Angeles, Christopher worked for the media finance department of Berliner Bank AG (London Branch), where he was responsible for the marketing, analysis and structuring of project loans and secured corporate debt for the film, television and video game industries. Christopher began his career at Goldcrest Films International, where he served as a sales executive and executive assistant to the CEO. After Goldcrest, he spent a year as an independent producer and film finance consultant for an attorney specializing in independent film.

Christopher has lectured extensively on film production and financing at several institutions, including the American Film InstituteUniversity of Southern California, and the University of Berlin. He studied business administration at the Universities of Barcelona (Spain) and Fribourg (Switzerland), where he graduated summa cum laude, ranking first in a class of over 400. He is fluent in German, English, French and Spanish.






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Broadside Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: BRSE) is a publicly traded company with four divisions: MediaBranded GoodsReal Estate and Blockchain Technologies.

 

 

 

 



 

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#22839  Sticky Note BRSE Re-branding efforts almost complete equijohn 11/12/17 01:44:21 PM
#24818   John I trade mostly stocks but in this type Smilin_B 03/29/20 03:57:17 AM
#24817   John; Was you who kept jumping me on friday? HighStandard 03/28/20 07:39:44 PM
#24816   Didn't know you played the Oil ETFs? Was equijohn 03/28/20 09:20:28 AM
#24815   Bidding up... HighStandard 03/27/20 11:35:26 AM
#24814   You bidding up, or is someone raising on equijohn 03/27/20 11:33:51 AM
#24813   Me it is :) HighStandard 03/27/20 10:35:18 AM
#24812   Who's the 150,000 bid ? equijohn 03/27/20 10:27:35 AM
#24811   Chris just sold 105 shares Smilin_B 03/26/20 10:58:27 AM
#24810   I like the 2.5 better equijohn 03/26/20 07:34:05 AM
#24809   .025 lol jmhgolf 03/25/20 05:28:22 PM
#24808   2.5 is fine with me jmhgolf 03/25/20 05:28:01 PM
#24807   At a penny you can't pass it up equijohn 03/25/20 04:16:43 PM
#24806   I agree...I'll keep loading at a penny or two.... HighStandard 03/25/20 02:01:18 PM
#24805   Someday something will happen with this. The only jmhgolf 03/25/20 01:49:32 PM
#24804   Good for you... HighStandard 03/25/20 01:48:06 PM
#24803   Me jmhgolf 03/25/20 01:44:34 PM
#24802   Who bought the 10K shares at 2.5cents HighStandard 03/25/20 01:38:10 PM
#24801   I should bring my thoroughbred horse racing business jmhgolf 03/24/20 01:25:10 PM
#24800   It seems to have been his last concern equijohn 03/24/20 01:06:06 PM
#24799   Apparently it’s Christopher’s last concern too. jmhgolf 03/20/20 09:56:49 PM
#24798   Crazy times , BRSE is my last concern equijohn 03/19/20 08:15:12 PM
#24797   Hope all are safe. HighStandard 03/19/20 10:29:15 AM
#24796   If it weren't for the strength in BRSE, Smilin_B 03/13/20 03:36:50 AM
#24795   Yes Absolutely. BRSE is that flight to Smilin_B 03/09/20 03:48:39 PM
#24794   Good news , as the world markets collapse equijohn 03/09/20 03:29:03 PM
#24793   Chris averaged down today Smilin_B 03/03/20 03:01:11 PM
#24792   Christopher Petzel has lost all credibility. We all Smilin_B 02/29/20 02:31:38 AM
#24791   That you on the bid? equijohn 02/28/20 02:48:08 PM
#24790   Amazing the lack of follow through on anything https://www.otcmarkets.com/stoc equijohn 02/28/20 12:42:29 PM
#24789   I know Jan Petzel bought Where do you Smilin_B 02/19/20 02:44:35 PM
#24788   He and his family own most of the float equijohn 02/19/20 02:40:27 PM
#24787   I wonder why Chris isnt a common stock holder Smilin_B 02/19/20 01:59:25 PM
#24786   The "keeping it current" is typical narcissistic behavior Smilin_B 02/09/20 01:44:13 AM
#24785   The impression out there is he failed , equijohn 02/08/20 02:06:01 PM
#24784   The most plausible reason would be narcissism. Smilin_B 02/07/20 12:04:37 PM
#24783   Why do you think Petzel spends the money equijohn 02/07/20 11:41:51 AM
#24782   This is David Lazar's profession He seeks them out Smilin_B 02/07/20 02:12:41 AM
#24781   How do empty shells find themselves on David jmhgolf 02/06/20 09:21:42 PM
#24780   Somebody got lucky with the sub .02 buy equijohn 02/06/20 07:07:53 PM
#24779   Because it's an empty shell with a very Smilin_B 02/03/20 06:51:57 PM
#24778   Why might that happen jmhgolf 02/03/20 04:17:30 PM
#24777   This shell may end up on David Lazar's Smilin_B 02/03/20 03:15:42 PM
#24776   Go to Chris's Linkedin and you will see equijohn 01/30/20 11:30:03 AM
#24775   can you highlight where it mentions chris as HighStandard 01/30/20 08:55:48 AM
#24774   $BRSE. https://twitter.com/equijohn/status/1222718705261477888?s=19 equijohn 01/29/20 10:11:24 PM
#24773   Interesting https://www.linkedin.com/company/byte-to-bite-industries equijohn 01/29/20 10:07:19 PM
#24772   Whenever you get invited to a closed door HighStandard 01/24/20 01:01:20 PM
#24771   I would love to hear Petzel's plan equijohn 01/24/20 12:56:41 PM
#24770   Yes, it's frustrating if you look at it everyday; HighStandard 01/24/20 12:24:51 PM
#24769   Boring is a good word , it's like equijohn 01/24/20 11:27:57 AM
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