President & CEO

Eric Gozlan is a movie producer with over 15 years of experience in business. Since opening Goldrush Entertainment Gozlan has successfully developed, financed and produced over a dozen feature films for worldwide distribution including the drama "Beautiful Boy", Winner of the FIPRESCI (Prize of the International Film Critics) at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. Eric Gozlan is happily married and resides in Montreal, Quebec with his family.

Entertainment Consultant

Wendy Moore began her career in the finance industry. Having worked several years at the National Bank of California and First Republic Bank, she applied this knowledge towards a vocation in film finance. In 2014, Wendy launched her own consulting and finance company which specializes in structuring equity, debt, and P&A financing for film and tv.


Ohio-born businessman, Rich Iott, began investing in and producing films soon after his retirement as President and CEO of Seaway Food Town, Inc. in 2000. Mr. Iott continues to produce numerous films under both the Goldrush Entertainment Inc. banner as well as his own company, Braeburn Entertainment, Ltd. When he is not producing movies, Mr. Iott and Chris, his wife of 30+ years, live in rural Ohio with their four cats.

Entertainment & Business Law Services

Joe Sisto received his B.C.L. and LL.B degrees (with distinction) from McGill University in 1998. He also received his Master of Arts degree in International Relations from McGill University in 1998 and his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (with distinction) from Concordia University in 1993. Prior to establishing Sisto Entertainment & Business Law Services, Joe was a media & entertainment lawyer at Canada’s largest law firm. He has been credited as production counsel on over 35 motion picture, television and home video productions. Joe has represented major Hollywood studios, film and TV financiers in North America and Europe, independent producers, distributors, writers, actors, directors, composers and radio personalities.