Ilona Six is a film producerfrom Netherlands, who started her career by taking a law course. In the year 2001, she, along with her brother, Tom Six founded the production house, Six Entertainment. In the year 2003, Six Entertainment’s first production venture was entitled Gay. This film is the very first Dutch gay film that was released in Netherlands, which was directed by Tom Six. The film has faced a lot of controversies after it was released in Dutch theaters. It was later sold in the United States and was entitled as Gay in Amsterdam.

In 2006, the production house produced the film, Honeyz, with Monique Van Der Werff in the lead role. Honeyz was the first film in the world that was released on different platforms (theaters, the Internet, DVD, Pay TV, etc.) worldwide. In 2007, Ilona produced the Dutch comedy film, I Love Dries, with Dries McCain in the lead role. In 2009, Ilona Six has produced the very controversial Dutch horror film, The Human Centipede (First Sequence). Tom Six has penned, co-produced, and directed the film.

Dieter Laser was starred as Dr. Josef Heiter, who created the centipede. It also won eleven international awards including the Best Picture/ Best Movie award at the Sainte Maxime International Horror Film Festival, Fantastic Fest, Screamfest Horror Film Festival, and more. In 2010, Six Entertainment producedThe Human Centipede II (Full Sequence), a sequel to The Human Centipede (First Sequence). The film had world premiere and has faced a lot of controversies. It was banned in the UK and Germany after claiming that it will bring harm to the viewers.

After 32 mandatory cuts, it was finally released in the UK, but not in Germany.In 2012, Ilona and Tom had worked in The Human Centipede trilogy, entitled The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence). The film was premiered in April 2015. Also in 2015, Tom and Ilona revealed about their upcoming film, The Onania Club. The siblings are also working in the upcoming dark comedy film, I Love…

Ian Bryce English Actor

Ian Bryce

Who is Ian Bryce? Wall Street Journal answered it in a very precise manner. It said, like how Chief executives have their chief operating officers and Presidents have the chief of staff, Movie Director Michael Bay has Ian Bryce. Ian Bryce is the one who turned Michael Bay's vision into reality. Ian Bryce is an English movie producer, and he was born in 1956 in England. He was the assistant producer, producer, and production manager of English movies of different genres. He came to the industry accidentally, and he grew in his field of production doing some outstanding and well-received works from the very beginning. Though he is a guy from England, he came to California to learn the technicalities of production. Everyone can taste the complexity of the theme, the luxury of characters and heights of creativity in his movies. His filmography is very widely spread. He tried to form the basis for future from his childhood. He was fascinated by the English channels of those days like BBC1, BBC2 and ITV and those broadcasted on them. He was a critical reader and read biographies and autobiographies of people from Hollywood. He found interest soon and worked on the different aspects of film production, and he raised from a normal producer to the top most blockbuster producer in just two decades. Ian Bryce started his career as the production assistant of the Return of the Jedi. He later worked as the production manager to the films Field of Dreams, The Rocketeer. He worked as the associate producer to the blockbusters like Howard the Duck and Barman Returns. Under his production, came the evergreen blockbusters like Saving Private Ryan, Almost Famous, Spider-Man, Transformers, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, etc. Every movie he produced is a masterpiece, and the making of the movies are the lessons to the upcoming producers of any language. Ian Bryce is a producer who believes in the technology that is available and ever-growing as most of his movies involve a lot of technological aspects. Spider-Man, for example, is all about animation. Transformers, it's all about robots. Apart from the technology, he said that the producer should be accessible on the sets. He opined that a producer should involve in everything, from story making to the direction process, the producer should get satisfied with what is going on the sets. Ian Bryce was nominated for many Golden Globe Awards, Academy Awards and BAFTA Awards as the Best Producer. Transformers was one of the biggest movie franchises in the recent years. Almost Famous received the BAFTA Award for the Best Movie of the year. Ian Bryce has a good family with his wife Taylor and two children.

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Irwin Winkler

Irwin Winkler was born on 25th May, 1931 in New York City, United States. He is a director by profession and also produced many movies and TV series. His father is Sol Winkler and his mother is Anna Winkler. He received his primary education from a school in New York and later joined the New York University from where he graduated in 1955.After graduation; Irwin served in the United States Army before he joined the industry. Irwin debut work, 'Point Blank' which released in 1967 did not have an immense impact at the box office; its concept was way ahead of its time but now is regarded as an excellent one. The plot focuses on a robbery pulled over by Walker and his friend, Reese. They plan to hit the courier transport system and take away the money. Reese cheats Walker and also makes out with his wife, Lynne. Walker recovers and learns that Reese is working for an organization and has used the money to clear his debts. He goes to Los Angeles to avenge his wife and friend but has no luck finding Reese. He visits his wife and burst out and later Lynne takes some pills and dies. He is informed about a man who knows Reese’s whereabouts. He terrorizes him who gives up his location. Walker visits the place and finds out he is living with Christene, his sister-in-law. Walker finds out that Carter, Brewster and Fairfax are the part of the company who stole his money; Walker goes out for them and with a master plan kills each one of them, leaving behind the bag of money. With the story continuing, Walker evens makes out with Christene. With the success of the first flick, Irwin directed his next, 'The Strawberry Statement'. Other works of Winkler includes 'Raging Bull', 'The Right Stuff', etc. in 1985, Revolution hit the theaters, and the story is about a father, Tom Dobb who is looking for his son. Ned (Dobb’s son) is in the army who is up against the British for the Revolutionary War. In his attempts, he became patriotic and stood there to fight for freedom. The picture grossed $346,761 and the audience loved it and the critics appreciated the work of Hugh Hudson. Irwin produced many films some of them are 'Breakout', 'The Gambler', 'Valentino', 'Rocky series', 'The Shipping News', etc. Winkler received many awards and nominations; he was very popular among the people. Irwin married Margo Winkler and has three sons with her.

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