Kenny Golde

Fire Breathing Dragon Entertainment is a film and television production entity founded in 2000 by writer, director, producer, Kenny Golde.

 

After a successful independent film producing career, including the Polygram Films release, “Keys to Tulsa,” starring James Spader, Eric Stoltz and Cameron Diaz in one of her first roles, and the TriMark released, Rodney Dangerfield comedy “Meet Wally Sparks,” Kenny turned his eye on directing with the short film, “Food for Thought,” a 25-minute, Tales from the Crypt style dark comedy that sold to HBO, one of only a dozen shorts purchased by HBO at the time.

 

He followed that with is feature debut, “The Job,” (which he also wrote), an action thriller starring Daryl Hannah as a hit woman who questions her place in life when she becomes pregnant.  The $400,000 feature sold to Lions Gate for US distribution, earning more than five times its negative cost in DVD sales and selling to foreign territories worldwide.

 

Next, Kenny directed “Uncross the Stars,” based on the Ted Henning script, a comedic drama featuring Golden Globe winner and “Sons of Anarchy” star Ron Perlman, and Academy Award nominee Barbara Hershey, alongside Daniel Gillies (“Spiderman 2”), playing a young man seeking to overcome the grief of losing his wife, played by Bitsie Tulloch.

 

He wrote “Walking with the Enemy,” a WWII action drama starring Academy Award winner Ben Kingsley, released theatrically in the U.S. in April 2014.

 

Kenny's projects in development include the spec thriller "Killer," which sold in a pre-emptive bid to veteran Producer Walter Parkes ("Men in Black," "Gladiator.')

 

He was hired to adapt Isaac Asimov’s classic time travel love story “The End of Eternity” for New Regency and producer Bob Orci (“Transformers,” “Star Trek,” “Star Trek: Into Darkness”),

 

And also rewrote the Blacklist Script "Flashback" for producer Jaume Collett-Sera on assignment.

 

In the Spring of 2014, Kenny sold the feature pitch “Variant Thirteen,” a the Sci-Fi action thriller based on the book by Richard K. Morgan, with producers Tripp Vinson and Straight Up Films (“Transcendence”).

 

His original screenplay "Confidential Informant" is currently in development with producer Antoine Fuqua.

 

Also active in television, Kenny's TV series “Reunion” sold in 2018 to Eric Eisner Productions.

 

Kenny’s next directing project, “Brownstone,” is a contained thriller, now in development.

 

Also a novelist, Kenny has two fiction novels and one non-fiction publication to his credit.

 

“The Do-It-Yourself Bailout,” Kenny’s first-person telling of his own struggle with nearly a quarter of a million dollars in credit-card debt left to him when his financier on “Uncross the Stars”  passed away while the film was still in production, was picked up by national publisher Barricade Books in 2013.

 

His novels "Breathe Moon Air" and "A Full Measure of Happiness" are also available in print and e-formats.

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