Silvio Muraglia is a film producer who is an expert in international coproductions.
In 2015 Muraglia acquired Paradox Studios, the film production subsidiary of Paradox Entertainment, of which is currently the Producer and CEO.
In total, Silvio Muraglia's entertainment industry career spans 25 years as a producer and motion picture executive. He has seventeen primary Producer credits, five Executive Producer credits, two Executive in Charge of Production credits.
Mr. Muraglia holds dual citizenship in Italy and the USA and is fluent in Italian, English, French and Spanish.
A respected international film producer, SILVIO MURAGLIA possesses extensive knowledge of both the European and the American entertainment industries. For the past 25 years, Mr. Muraglia has specialized in the field of international co-production, developing extensive expertise in multi-national film financing, film incentives and tax credit incentives.
Born and raised in Italy.
Education: Literature and Philosophy, University of Milan, School of Journalism, University of Southern California (USC).
Mr. Muraglia began his media career in Los Angeles working on the news assignment desk at KHJ-TV and became a reporter covering major events in California. He transitioned to news events producer for Radio Televisione Italiana (RAI). Muraglia’s assignments included coverage of the Los Angeles Olympic Games, the Soccer World Cup in Mexico and Pope John Paul II’s visits to the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
Mr. Muraglia was put in charge of creating and managing the Los Angeles office of RAI as Vice President of the company. In this capacity, he developed a steady dramatic co-production business for RAI’s feature films and television co-productions including the first ever motion picture utilizing Sony’s high-definition technology, Julia and Julia, a co-production of RAI and Japan’s NHK Network starring Kathleen Turner, Sting and Gabriel Byrne, a wide US theatrical release.
Mr. Muraglia left RAI to start and serve as President of Los Angeles-based Quinta Communications USA, a joint venture between Silvio Berlusconi's Finivest, the French bank Credit Agricole and the French insurance company AXA. Under Muraglia’s leadership Quinta successfully produced films for television networks USA, ABC, NBC and Universal.
Mr. Muraglia left Quinta Communications to start his own film production company, Cine Grande Films, under a three-year production deal with USA Network. At the expiration of the USA Network Production deal Muraglia continued to develop, finance and produce commercial independent films with his US company for the next twelve years.
Silvio Muraglia's career continued when he took a position running Bavariapool, a company owned by Telepool and the Bavaria Film Studios, based in Munich. Muraglia’s mandate to manage and expand Bavariapool’s led to successful productions most notably Reasonable Doubt starring Samuel L. Jackson and Dominic Cooper.
In 2012 Mr. Muraglia left Bavariapool to join Paradox Entertainment as President of Production. Under his production leadership the company produced “Reclaim”, starring John Cusak and Ryan Philippe
In 2015 Muraglia acquired Paradox Studios, the film production subsidiary of Paradox Entertainment of which is currently the Producer and CEO .
Alexandra Klim has been working as a producer and developer for Paradox Studios since 2013. She started her career as a TV-presenter, model and actress for several German TV-stations.
Amongst other activities she was hosting several travel shows, like "Schlaflos!" and "Einmal um die ganze Welt". She was also the host of infotainment shows like "Die Redaktion" on RTL2 (1999, 2002-2004), "Welt der Wunder" and "Wissen und Technik" on n24. From 2005 until 2007 she was the news anchor of "K1 Nachrichten“ the main news show on German TV network kabel eins. Since 2014 she is the host of "Screen - Das Kinomagazin", on Welt der Wunder TV. As an actress she is featured in "Eine Insel zum Träumen - Koh Samui“, "Huldra: Lady of the Forest“ and „Black Butterfly".
Harry Finkel oversees business and legal affairs for all Paradox Studios projects and productions, including above-the-line agreements, financing, and licensing/distribution for Paradox film and TV properties.
Harry has served as legal counsel for a number of producers, financiers, production companies and a select few directors and writers in the entertainment industry. He is a panel attorney with California Lawyers for the Arts. At every opportunity, Harry also volunteers and provides pro-bono counsel for nonprofits such as GO Campaign, Guitars in the Classroom, and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate for foster kids in L.A. County).
In his spare time, Harry writes, drums, and collaborates with other creatives.