Schuyler Moore practices entertainment, corporate and tax law. He has been practicing in the entertainment industry since 1981, represents producers, sales agents, foreign distributors and financiers, and has handled some of the largest financing transactions in Hollywood. He is Chair of Stroock’s Entertainment Practice Group.
— Mr. Moore has represented:
- China Film Group (the largest Chinese theatrical distribution company and state owned) and Pegasus in connection with the acquisition of two high profile U.S. film projects.
- A Greek fund called Hercules in connection with its investment in a film titled "Mena," starring Tom Cruise.
- Hunan Group on the largest Chinese investment in Hollywood to date – a multi-year slate financing with Lions Gate.
- One of the lead investors in Ratpac-Dune slate financing with Warner Brothers.
- Oliver Stone and long-time producing partner Moritz Borman producing a film based on Edward Snowden.
- Virgo Capital on the acquisition of Millennium Entertainment from Nu Image.
- Exclusive Media in connection with $100 million of film production financing.
- Toho-Towa, Kadokawa, and Lotte on their investment in Hemisphere, a $250 million slate financing transaction for large budget studio films, including Tin Tin, Men in Black III and Smurfs.
- Tele-Muenchen in connection with a number of studio output deals.
- Reliance on its funding of DreamWorks in an $850 million transaction.
- Hyde Park Entertainment on its $100 million financing transaction with ImageNation.
- Cyrte on its acquisitions of Spitfire and Newmarket.
- Aramid Entertainment on over $200 million of film financing transactions.
- Morgan Freeman on investments in high-tech companies, including ClickStar (a VOD company) and Digiboo (a digital kiosk company).