Continental Media is a motion picture sales and production company founded by Matthew Shreder and James Andrew Felts. Continental Media specializes in the development of feature films across all genres, packaging them, overseeing production, and engaging in the sale of each film’s worldwide distribution rights. Each year, CM actively acquires 6-10 completed films for distribution and develops/produces 1-2 films in the $500,000 - $3,000,000 range. Recently, Continental Media sold the worldwide rights for THE LOST COAST TAPES in 11 major territories including the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Japan. Shreder and Felts are often regarded as two of the youngest, most successful entrepreneurs working in Hollywood today.
Continental Media was founded in 2011 by Matthew Shreder and James Andrew Felts. Shreder previously served as the Coordinator of International Sales for IM Global, a leading international film sales and distribution company run by Stuart Ford. Prior to joining IM Global, he helped launch Preferred Content, a film sales and production company formed by partners Kevin Iwashina and Ross Dinerstein. His career started at International Creative Management, working for renowned literary agent Ron Bernstein, where he supported such deals as No Country for Old Men and The Road. Following ICM, Shreder worked for producer Michael Shamberg, President of Double Feature Films, where he assisted in the development of projects such as Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion. James Felts served as the Coordinator of Operations for CBS Television Distribution, the largest syndication network on TV. Prior to CBS, Felts assisted Producer Bonnie Curtis (Saving Private Ryan, Minority Report) in the development of Albert Nobbs, starring Glenn Close.
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