Gregory Segal Joins Heretic Films as President
The entertainment attorney has worked with the production company on movies like 'Low Down,' starring Elle Fanning
Producer and entertainment attorney Gregory Segal is joining Heretic Films as its new president, it was announced today by Heretic CEO Burton Ritchie. He previously represented the production company as its attorney on the recent films Low Down, starring Elle Fanning and John Hawkes, Kevin Pollak’s upcoming Misery Loves Comedy and Mark Raso’s Copenhagen.
Segal’s producing credits include the comedy feature Should’ve Been Romeo and William Kaufman’s action-thriller Sinners and Saints, on which he served as co-producer.
“Greg brings Heretic extensive experience in all phases of independent film production, as well as a keen knowledge of film finance and domestic and international film distribution,” Ritchie said.
Heretic recently premiered the dark comedy Welcome to Me, starring Kristin Wiig, at the Toronto Film Festival.