Peter Gerard Net Worth
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1,70m.*This information was provided by Casi, 22 years old. From Cushing, Oklahoma.
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Peter Gerard information
Profession: Editor, Producer, Director
Peter Gerard (b. in Columbia, Missouri, USA) is a film director and film producer and film distributor. He founded Accidental Media and Distrify. Gerard lived in Edinburgh, Scotland from 2000 to 2013 and moved to New York in 2014 to work at Vimeo.Gerards best known film is Just to Get a Rep – a documentary about the history of graffiti art and its relationship with hip-hop. Just to Get a Rep was premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in 2004 and was first broadcast on television in 2007. After broadcasts in France, Australia and Russia and a limited DVD release in Japan, Just to Get a Rep was released via video on demand in September 2009 from the films website. The Special Edition DVD was released in March 2010, also from the films website. In 2009, Gerard produced The Shutdown – a short documentary directed by Adam Stafford from the band Yall Is Fantasy Island, and written by Scottish author Alan Bissett. The Shutdown premiered at Silverdocs and Edinburgh International Film Festival and went on to win the Jim Poole Scottish Short Film Award, Best Short Documentary at San Francisco International Film Festival and was nominated for a BAFTA Scotland Award. In the same year, Gerard produced Fistful of Roses – a documentary directed by Leo Bruges – which won the 2010 BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award for Best Factual. In 2010, Gerard directed a short documentary Motion/Static and made a version called Tomorrows Fairground for broadcast on BBC.Gerards film career began in 2000, with his first documentary Out of Breath (co-directed by Aaron Davis and Peter Gerard), which won the Audience Award at SOFA Film Festival in Portland, Oregon. From 2000 to 2001, Gerard and Davis organised the Bargain Basement Film Festival in Columbia, Missouri.Gerard invented the concept and technology for a direct-to-fan film distribution system and in November 2010 founded Distrify – the company based on his invention. Distrify is an online video service that lets film producers and distributors sell
Movies using online film trailers. The Distrify player can be embedded on any website and always contains an ecommerce shop that can sell VOD, downloads, DVDs, and merchandise as well as list cinema listings. Distrify received start-up funding from Creative Scotland. In November 2012, the company signed a deal with Swedish film company Story AB. Gerard was the CEO until May 2014. He was appointed Director of Audience Development and Content Operations at Vimeo in June 2014.