Atlantic Pictures was founded in 2007 by partners Darren Goldberg and Christopher Marsh. At Atlantic we develop, finance and produce feature films, function as a US co-producer and provide production services for international producers that are developing projects to shoot in the United States, and we create branded content for all platforms.
Darren Goldberg is a proud to be, born and raised, New York city kid. After graduating from the George Washington University, Darren worked his way through the trenches of the NYC indie film scene and started producing films in 2002. His first feature as a producer, Manito, premiered at Sundance and was nominated for several Independent Spirit awards. Darren spent the next five years producing low budget films and handling the US production for international productions that would shoot in the States. In 2007 Darren partnered with Chris Marsh and opened Atlantic Pictures in order to produce smart films with broad appeal, as well as commercials and branded entertainment. At Atlantic his producing credits include Brant Sersen's Splinterheads, Gavin Weisen's The Art Of Getting By (Fox Searchlight) and Ramaa Mosley's The Brass Teapot (Magnolia Pictures) and branded work for dozens of clients.
Chris has worked in the entertainment industry for over fifteen years and brings a creative spirit and a wealth of production know-how to any project he takes on. His feature producing credits at Atlantic include writer/director Saverio Costanzo's Hungry Hearts, Peter Glanz’s The Longest Week, Brant Sersen’s Splinterheads, Tom O’Brien’s Fairhaven, and Lex Sidon’s Grand Street . In 2010 he made his first foray into writing and directing for brands with Chief Household Officer, a branded entertainment web series, which Atlantic produced in partnership with Howcast for Hewlett Packard and Youtube. Prior to starting Atlantic, he spent the first decade of his career working freelance as a line producer, location manager, production manager and in other capacities on dozens of feature films, television shows, and commercials.
Prior to joining Atlantic, Alden worked for six years as a management consultant for clients such as Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. While pursuing his MBA from Michigan’s Ross School of Business, he got his first true taste of the film business by working for Dan Lin at Lin Pictures. He holds a BA from Northwestern University, where he made his first short film funded by a grant from Red Bull Energy Drink.