Frank J. Monteleone
Executive Producer and Founder
Frank launched FAF in 2006 just one year after receiving his BFA in Performance Theatre from Marymount Manhattan College. To supplement his acting at the time he provided production and editing services to ESPN, Geffen Records, L'Oreal, Dove Chocolate, Golfsmith and The Global Fund. In 2009, Frank became the SVP of business development at 3DRevolution, securing financing and providing 3D post-production services to Warner Bros and Relativity Media. Now with his focus on project development, Frank has produced the documentary HOTEL AL, which follows the longest working employee of his New Orleanian family-owned hotel: the Hotel Monteleone, the TV pilot AVENUES, which he co-created and starred in and LOST FLOWERS which premiered at the Rincon Film Festival and won “Director’s Choice” for best short comedy. Currently, Frank is producing the feature film AMERICAN REJECT written by his wife Kathleen Monteleone. Frank’s ability to assemble teams, secure financing and collaborate with promising artists has turned his post college editing business into a full-fledged producing house.
Kathleen has served as producer on the short documentary HOTEL AL, which won an audience award at the 2017 New Orleans Film Festival and will air on Louisiana’s PBS affiliate WLAE this month. She also produced AVENUES, a sad-com soon to screen at the iTV Fest in Vermont and the comedy series KICK ME, I'M CHRISTIAN heading to La Femme festival in Los Angeles this October. Kathleen is currently producing her writing debut film AMERICAN REJECT, currently in post-production. With a passion for development, Kathleen has spearheaded securing and creating new content and getting behind new writers and directors.
VP of Business Development
Chris has over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry with a background in ad sales, distribution and marketing in TV Industry. Chris served as a Vice President for AMC Networks, responsible for distributing content, which houses hit shows like The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad and Madman. Previous to AMC, Chris was a Vice President for BBC America & BBC World. Chris began his career in television as an Account Executive with TCI Communications now owned by Altice. Chris moved into the distribution side of the business as Manager Affiliate Relations, with Court TV (now TruTV) and served as Vice President of Affiliate Relations at Sportsman Channel, now part of Outdoor Sportsman Group.
Chris is currently a head of Snow Investment Company, where he is the founder and principal.
Chris also received several Top Sales executive awards and has served on several industry boards including CTAM Board of Philadelphia, NECTA and the Advisory board of the Atlanta Film Festival.
Chris received his BA from SUNY Brockport and currently enjoys extensive travel but hangs his hat in Indianapolis, IN.