Transcendent Media Capital Founders
Peta Milan – CEO
Peta Milan brings 13 years corporate management experience to Transcendent Media Capital. She began her career in Australia specializing in company start-ups across a range of industries including, travel and tourism, financial services, entertainment and management consulting. Now an award winning writer, director and producer herself with her film on revenge porn “Right to Be Forgotten” securing 7 awards internationally, and co-Founder of technology company Jade Eli Technologies, Peta brings broad experience and a track record of success to Transcendent Media Capital. Focusing her attention on designing global projects that combine media and technology strategies to affect change, Peta sits on the planning committee for the Victim Support Asia conference2019 in Seoul, South Korea, has earned her Certificate from the University of Oxford in Blockchain Strategy and has close working partnerships with over 200 NGO’s world-wide across a broad spectrum of social and environmental issues.
Andrew Pfeffer – Head Producer
With over three decades of experience in the film industry, as a producer, senior executive, financier and entertainment attorney, Andrew brings a wealth of knowledge in virtually all aspects of motion picture financing, production and distribution, both domestic and foreign to Transcendent Media Capital. Over the course of his career he served as President of three independent production/distribution companies in Los Angeles, raised over $200 million of production funding, produced or had overall responsibility for the production of over 60 feature-length motion pictures on virtually every continent and, as an entertainment attorney, represented major studios, independent production companies and a host of talent. His filmography includes, but is not limited to “No Escape” starring Pierce Brosnan and Owen Wilson, “Everly” starring Salma Hayek and “Bangkok Dangerous” starring Nicholas Cage. Andrew’s most recent production was “The Forest”, filmed in Serbia and Japan and starring Natalie Dormer.