Grand Capital Ventures Inc. Complete Acquisition of Hollywood Film & Entertainment Company,, Empire Media Entertainment Group Inc.

Florida (Uptick Newswire – February 19, 2018) – Grand Capital Ventures Inc. (OTC PINK: GRCV) is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of Hollywood Film & Entertainment company, Empire Media Entertainment Group Inc as a wholly owned subsidiary. Pursuant to the terms of the acquisition, Empire Media Entertainment Group Inc will retain control and ownership of its film and entertainment assets, while exchanging its private stock for Grand Capital Ventures Inc’s public stock. Empire Media Entertainment Group Inc was a company borne out of the success of the domestic release of the movie MARSHALL. Jonathan Sanger, an officer and director of the company is the producer behind such notable films as Vanilla Sky, Elephant Man, and most recently MARSHALL. (See Resume Below) Empire is currently in pre production on three (3) films with one film, DEFENDING THE ENEMY, scheduled to start production in the summer of 2018.

For its part Grand Capital Ventures Inc sees the acquisition as an opportunity to not only get into the lucrative film and entertainment business but also to further build value on the consolidated financial statements of the company.

About Jonathan Sanger

Sanger was accepted as a member of the Directors Guild of America Training Program, and worked on several films shot in New York City, among which were Across 110th Street, Harry and Tonto and Next Stop, Greenwich Village. Moving to Los Angeles in 1976, Sanger worked for Lorimar Television on the network Television series The Blue Knight and Eight Is Enough. In 1978 he was Mel Brooks’ Assistant Director on High Anxiety, which led to a long professional association. For Brooks’ wife, Anne Bancroft’s feature directorial debut Fatso, Sanger served as Associate Producer. During this period Sanger had acquired the rights to the script of The Elephant Man. Sanger bought the script to Brooks’ newly created independent production company, and The Elephant Man was chosen as the company’s first project; it was Sanger’s debut feature film producing credit. It received eight Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, and was awarded the BAFTA Award for Best Film in 1980 and the French César Award for Best Foreign Film.About Jonathan Sanger Sanger was accepted as a member of the Directors Guild of America Training Program, and worked on several films shot in New York City, among which were Across 110th Street, Harry and Tonto and Next Stop, Greenwich Village. Moving to Los Angeles in 1976, Sanger worked for Lorimar Television on the network Television series The Blue Knight and Eight Is Enough. In 1978 he was Mel Brooks’ Assistant Director on High Anxiety, which led to a long professional association. For Brooks’ wife, Anne Bancroft’s feature directorial debut Fatso, Sanger served as Associate Producer. During this period Sanger had acquired the rights to the script of The Elephant Man. Sanger bought the script to Brooks’ newly created independent production company, and The Elephant Man was chosen as the company’s first project; it was Sanger’s debut feature film producing credit. It received eight Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, and was awarded the BAFTA Award for Best Film in 1980 and the French César Award for Best Foreign Film.

Among Sanger’s directing credits are: Code Name: Emerald a World War II spy drama; Down Came a Blackbird a television film for Showtime Networks, nominated for three CableACE Awards; and several movies-of-the-week for NBC, CBS and ABC. In addition to writing numerous episodic television shows, Sanger also wrote and directed the short film Peacemaker, with Lukas Haas, for PBS’American Playhouse, which was awarded the Best Short Subject at the Houston International Film Festival. In addition to twenty Academy Award nominations and three wins, Sanger has won a Christopher Award, a BAFTA ( BAFTA Award for Best Film ), a César Award, Scholastic Magazine’s Bell Ringer Award, and a Cine Golden Eagle Award CINE. Sanger was named Filmmaker-in-Residence at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film And Media Arts during the Spring semester of 2010, and was made Adjunct Professor in 2011, teaching a course in Creative Producing. He has been a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences since 1981, and a member of the Directors Guild of America (DGA) since 1971, serving on its National Board. His other professional organizations include The Producers Guild of America (PGA), The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and the Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA). In 2016, McFarland & Co. Inc. published Sanger’s new book, Making The Elephant Man: A Producer’s Memoir.

Grand Capital Ventures Inc. is also in the final stages of negotiations of the acquisition of two other successful and prominent Film and Entertainment Companies.

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