Right: Chris Williams
Left: Craig Singer
Producer and Executive Producer of Dead Dogs Lie, is ultimately
responsible for all aspects of the film from pre-production through
distribution. Working nights and weekends, Williams' long love and
study of film became a business opportunity when he teamed with
long-time friends Robert Dean Klein and Craig Singer to produce
three films: Dead Dogs Lie, Kill Charlie, and A Good Night to Die
(aka. A Cold Day in August). All three films will be released in
2002. This powerful partnership would ultimately lead to the genesis
of the team's latest venture MY2CENTENCES.
Williams, CEO of MY2CENTENCES, is responsible for recruiting corporate
and strategic partners as well as driving the overall direction
and vision of the Company. Prior to founding MY2CENTENCES, he held
several Sales and Business Development positions with Yahoo!, rising
from Inside Sales Representative to Director of Market Development.
During his five year tenure, Williams grew Yahoo!¹s east-coast
media business from $8M to over $85M per quarter. Managing a team
of 30 people, he received three consecutive "Sales Superstar"
awards and was responsible for some of Yahoo!'s most high-profile
partnerships including Global Sports, Barnes & Noble, Datek
Online, 1-800-Flowers, and Circuit City.
Williams graduated from Boston University's College of Communications
with a BS degree in Broadcasting and Film in May 1993.