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Kevin Segalla is a ten-year veteran of the entertainment industry; the past six as co-founder of Platonic Films Inc. Under the Platonic Films banner, Segalla developed as a prolific producer of film shorts, including A COUNTER FANCY, AN AUTUMN WIND, ANTHONY'S KITCHEN and THE 28th INSTANCE OF 1914. These shorts have been broadcast throughout the world and have screened at over 30 international festivals, garnering numerous awards along the way. Segalla has also operated behind the camera as a assistant director on commercials and short films; and as a director on the short films THE SESSION, THANKS ED! and NOTES, as well as a documentary on the CALIFORNIA AIDS RIDE.

Prior to his career in short and feature films, Segalla was based in Washington, D.C., where he worked for the Capitol Hill news bureau, Washington Independent News. Before that, he worked as a supervising producer in the corporate video department of Botex, Inc. He relocated to New York as a writer and researcher for NBC Network programmer Alvin Cooperman, where he developed a miniseries on polygamy and a television movie centered around the famous Lufthansa robbery. In 1989, he went freelance, becoming a producer and associate producer for Nickelodeon, Home Box Office, and A&E, where he produced on-air promotions and edited full-length programs.

In 1997, Platonic Films entered a co-production pact with Los Angeles-based Snake River, through which Segalla has significantly expanded Platonic's feature film development and production. He currently has several projects in development, including SCRATCH, which Segall is co-producing with Mimi Polk Gitlin (Thelma and Louise) and FOOL'S ERRAND (starring Andrew McCarthy).

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