Company: Good Screenplays, LLC
Location: Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada
Jeremy Nightingale, President and COO at Good Screenplays, LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in entertainment.
Mr. Nightingale is an entertainment industry executive currently focused on his work as the president and COO of Good Screenplays, LLC. Established in 2020, Good Screenplays, LLC is a boutique production and concept development house dedicated to connecting global talent with high-quality scripts and ideas for film, television, and streaming content across genres. A natural entrepreneur, Mr. Nightingale launched his first business, a real estate company, in Vancouver in the early 1990s. He describes his early management experiences as “wearing many hats,” and developing an acute awareness of his clients’ needs and the demands of the marketplace. As his company grew, Mr. Nightingale was able to bring his business sensibilities to a global platform, working alongside major construction and development companies in strategic partnership and eventually building more than 150 towers in China in just one year. By the early 2010s, Mr. Nightingale found that the real estate and development market was beginning to feel saturated, and he began to explore other options for a “recession-proof” industry to expand into.
His search brought him to the entertainment industry, and he began working alongside producers across the world to develop content for many different platforms. His current portfolio of media companies includes China’s GTCC Copyright and Distribution Company and Bridge Entertainment in addition to Red Wing Studios in India. Mr. Nightingale is passionate about the creative process, enjoys developing positive content, and hopes to eventually build Good Screenplays LLC into the largest entertainment company in the world. Already, the company has submitted more than 15 projects to Netflix and has entered into deals with the International Olympic Committee and Disney, and Mr. Nightingale looks forward to continuing his professional momentum in the coming years. He attributes his success to his authenticity and ability to stay grounded and others with respect and transparency regardless of the setting. In his leisure time, Mr. Nightingale is a volunteer ski patroller and was recognized for his outstanding work with a 2002 Ski Patroller of the Year Award.
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