Marty Fink has been involved in the financing, production and risk management of motion pictures for over 40 years. Marty career began in the 1960’s with 20th Century Fox as part of the team that produced “Von Ryan’s Express,” starring Frank Sinatra, “Fantastic Voyage,” starring Raquel Welch, “Our Man Flint” and “In Like Flint,”. He was the producer of the critically acclaimed “Payday” in 1973 and associate producer of “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest,” which won five Academy Awards including Best Picture in 1976. During the 1980s he was president of Eagle Entertainment, Inc., a fully-reporting NASDAQ company which was active in both the development and production of motion pictures and completion bonding. From 1990 to 1996, Marty was the president of Complete Film Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Carolco Pictures, a producer and financier of high budget “event” movies.
Marty has provided completion bond and/or production management and advisory services for dozens of feature films, including “Total Recall” and “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” both of which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger; “Basic Instinct,” starring Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone; “The Doors.” starring Val Kilmer; “Rambling Rose,” starring Laura Dern; “Cliffhanger” and “Judge Dredd,” starring Sylvester Stallone; “Stargate,” starring Kurt Russell; “Die Hard with a Vengeance,” starring Bruce Willis; “The Scarlet Letter,” starring Demi Moore; “Shadow Conspiracy,” starring Charlie Sheen; “Nixon,” starring Anthony Hopkins; “Lolita,” starring Jeremy Irons; and “Evita,” starring Madonna and Antonio Banderas.
From l996-2000, Marty, as manager of New Beginnings Enterprises LLC, provided monitoring and support services to a London-based financier in connection with approximately 25 lower budget feature films, including Oscar-winner “Gods and Monsters.”. These services included production, post-production, delivery and sales supervision. During the same period, he was executive producer of “Beautiful,” starring Minnie Driver and directed by Sally Field, and “Young Blades,” starring Ben Cross, production executive on “Exhuming Mr. Rice,” starring David Bowie, and co-producer of “The Opportunists,” starring Christopher Walken, Vera Farmigia and Cyndi Lauper. Marty was also part owner and Chairman of the Board of U.S. Stock Transfer Corporation for over 25 years until the company was sold in February 2007 to Computershare Ltd., the largest share registry company in the world. He is presently a principal of Complete Rights Management LLC, which has provided back office and production services to financiers, producers, sales agents, libraries and completion guarantors. Marty graduated with honors in English Literature from the City College of New York and did post-graduate work in Literature and Theatre at Columbia University.