Jeffrey “Blue Shark” Gliwa and Christopher Coppola Announce Plans to Build New Film Studio in the Bay Area

Jeffrey "Blue Shark" Gliwa and Christopher Coppola

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 11/29/17

Contact: Jeffrey “Blue Shark” Gliwa

Blue Shark Pictures, LLC

blueshark@bluesharkpictures.com

San Francisco, CA: Jeffrey Gliwa, Blue Shark Pictures, Christopher Coppola and
CRCoppola Enterprises just announced plans to build a high value, low budget film
studio somewhere in the Bay Area, perhaps the Presidio, to be called Blue Shark
Pictures, the name of Gliwa’s company. This studio will be built in the architecture of Zoetrope, which was designed from inception to conception by Francis Ford Coppola.

Expanding on the indie tradition established in San Francisco by Christopher’s
uncle, Francis Ford Coppola, they will employ film students, to both save money and
stimulate what could become an indie hub for filmmaking.

The whole method of how we do everything is from the Roger Corman world of B-
movies—genre based,” Gliwa explained.

“A lot of what I do is about bringing independent film back to San Francisco,”
Coppola said. “I have students working on professional productions all the
time—learning by doing.”

About Jeffrey Gliwa: Jeffrey Gliwa (known as “Blue Shark”) is an executive
producer and founder of Blue Shark Pictures, LLC. He translated his talent for
production and promotion into film fund raising ventures with a focus on
introducing legacy talents to the industry.

Blue Shark Pictures specializes in pairing talented, up and coming aspiring
filmmakers with industry veterans and helping them break through in the film
industry.

Blue Shark Pictures website; http://bluesharkpictures.com/

Jeffrey Gliwa’s website; http://jeffreygliwa.com/ and IMDB page;
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm7627683/

“I look forward to hand picking the next generation of film students who are the best of the best, and help them break through into the film industry working alongside of A- list industry veterans.” – Jeffrey (Blue Shark) Gliwa

 

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