Einhorn will continue continue as head of the company's acquisitions division, while leading a co-production team. He also serves as EP of true crime TV series “Bloodline Detectives”
FilmRise has announced the promotion of Max Einhorn to Senior Vice President, Acquisitions & Co-Productions. “Einhorn’s expanding role reflects his intense grasp of overall content strategy, international expansion, FilmRise’s commitment to original content, and the company’s extension as a service-provider to production companies and studios looking to benefit from FilmRise’s distribution expertise," Danny Fisher, CEO of FilmRise, said.
Fisher made the announcement today. Continuing his duties as Vice President of Acquisitions, Einhorn will continue leading the company’s acquisitions initiatives, in addition to a co-production team. He will also have oversight of newest initiatives to co-produce content with collaborative partners.
He currently serves as EP on the True Crime TV series “Bloodline Detectives,” which he ordered for FilmRise and attached preeminent legal analyst and renowned former prosecutor Nancy Grace as host. “We look forward to his leadership expansion with not only his proven track record with acquisitions but now as we advance into co-productions,” Fisher said.
Einhorn was previously Vice President, Acquisitions of FilmRise where he developed and executed content strategy that pushed the company closer to its success. He negotiated deals with dozens of producers, networks, and studios strengthening Filmrise's portfolio content portfolio with brands like "Unsolved Mysteries," "Forensic Files," and Gordon Ramsay’s "Hell’s Kitchen," among others. Programs from Carsey Werner, Cannell Entertainment, and a robust classic television offering, which power the company’s many streaming partners in the SVOD and AVOD space and the FilmRise streaming network.
He joined FilmRise in 2014 wearing many hats as Danny Fisher’s assistant. He was Filmrise's 8th employee. Before that, he initiated his career in 2012 interning with producer Anthony Bregman at Likely Story and then running development for film financier Henry Pincus.
Einhorn’s expanding role reflects his intense grasp of overall content strategy, international expansion, FilmRise’s commitment to original content, and the company’s extension as a service-provider to production companies and studios looking to benefit from FilmRise’s distribution expertise.” Daniel Fisher CEO, FIlmrise