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Veteran Movie Executive Alan Glazer Launches Trimax Media

Veteran movie executive Alan Glazer has launched multimedia company Trimax Media.

The new company has secured an unnamed private equity investor to cover its overhead and forged a production financing agreement with Canada-based Dominant Entertainment. The goal is to finance and produce as many as three films a year, with budgets ranging from $5 million to $40 million. It will also include broadcast programming and digital media.

Glazer most recently served as executive vice president at producer Charles Roven’s Atlas Entertainment.

Its first project will be a supernatural thriller entitled “Shadow Train,” which Glazer will produce alongside Dominant’s Michael Gianfriddo. Pre-production begins in January.

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