We believe there are great stories out there waiting to be found.
As our industry has grown, so has the demand for great, original stories, which is why we created TaleFlick. We want to help storytellers get their voices heard.
Our platform is designed to empower authors all around the world who dream about seeing their stories play out on the big and small screen. Whether you’re published or self-published, represented by an agency, an agent, or yourself, we’ve created an equal opportunity for all stories.
TaleFlick is the bridge between authors, producers, production companies, and studios.
Empower your story.
Based in Los Angeles, we are a group of producers, filmmakers, writers, and tech experts with decades of experience within the entertainment industry. Together with our strong curation team, we focus on providing the best possible platform to find the best stories for adaptation.
Uri Singer, CEO
Uri Singer is the founder and CEO of TaleFlick, a unique platform designed to empower authors to achieve their dreams of seeing their stories played out on the big and small screen. Singer founded the company with former Apple and Netflix Executive George Berry, who envisioned the platform as an innovative way to bring original stories to Hollywood on a global scale. Singer also serves as the CEO of Passage Pictures, a production company based in Los Angeles which strives to develop, produce, and finance high-quality content with commercial appeal. Past projects include Tesla, starring Ethan Hawke, Experimenter starring Winona Ryder and Peter Sarsgaard, and Marjorie Prime, Starring Jon Hamm, Genna David, and Tim Robbins, all of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and won the Sloan Feature Film Prize. Currently, Singer has projects in development with Ted Melfi, as well as DeLillo’s classic, White Noise which is currently filming with Noah Baumbach directing and Greta Gerwig, Adam Driver, and Don Cheadle starring. Singer is in the final development stages with Universal Studios on The King of Oil, the biography of Marc Rich: controversial billionaire, a commodities trader, and Glencore founder. The biopic, entitled Rich, was adapted by Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse and has Matt Damon attached as Marc Rich.
George Berry, Co-Founder
Formerly of Apple and Netflix, George has 15 years experience in digital media operations, spanning music, video, and books. He oversaw movie and TV operations at Apple for 7 years, including overseas expansion in Asia and the Middle East. At Netflix, he worked on Content Operations for the Middle-East and India. It was at Netflix that George saw the need to create a library of quality curated content.
Daniel Dias, COO
Daniel oversees operations and manages our team of experienced curators and readers, both in the US and abroad. He is a seasoned Director and Writer, having developed shows and formats for Sony, Viacom, Turner, NBC Universal and Fox, amongst others. Regardless of passports, he considers Entertainment to be his true nationality; Pop Culture, his true accent.
Curation Team, Dozens of Readers, Los Angeles
Each with a background in reading especially for adaptation, our Readers are charged with reviewing the stories and identifying the best ones in our library. They also write our Pitch Pages, which are shared with our Clients to help them evaluate the story for their needs.