Kamara's mission as a conglomerate for the 21st century; to own and operate a Major Studio and entertainment destination (physically and virtually), at its core, fuelling implementation of currency, Kamara Coin, while allowing the industry, talent and consumers alike to participate in a shared economic model -- driving it to become a leading digital currency and participation model for entertainment globally.
Founding Officer, Corporate
Former President of Warner Home Video, a €6.5 billion annual operation, which saw a 10 - 35 % growth each year under his leadership. Thirty years at Warner Brothers and Time Warner Inc.
Served on Warner Bros. green-light committee for many years, approving such titles as The Last Samurai, Harry Potter, Batman Begins, Good Night and Good Luck and the Matrix.
Consultant to for Bertelsmann, MGM, CBS, and others..
Chairman & President
A seasoned entrepreneur, Wiik has launched a group of highly innovative companies aimed to make significant impact on the global entertainment industry -- with Kamara at the core to become the first Major based in Europe. The visions for his initial Los Angeles based start-up companies were acquired and become a publicly traded stock valued over USD 100M. Wiik is the creator and show-runner of the El Paso Verse, a first-of-its-kind NFT correlated cinematic universe based an internationally best-selling literary universe. He holds unparalleled experience in building and launching franchise properties through uncompromising dedication with IP rights acquisitions and brand development. Wiik holds a highly diverse understanding of the balance of entertainment, finance and talent.
Founding Officer, Film and TV Content
Nick Cassavetes began his career as a film and television actor, but made a stronger impact when he discovered his talent for writing and directing. He was born into independent film royalty as the son of Oscar - nominated writer--director--actor John Cassavetes and Oscar - nominated actress Gena Rowlands.
His credits include The Notebook (2004), Alpha Dog (2007), My Sister's Keeper (2009) and The Other Woman (2014) which generated in excess of $196 million at the box-office.