“This provocative film...candidly documents the mixed emotions and institutional conflicts aroused by the introduction of a Buddhist practice in a predominantly Christian prison.”
– Jeanette Catsoulis, The New York Times
Peter Broderick, Co-ProducerPeter Broderick is President of Paradigm Consulting, which helps filmmakers and media companies develop strategies to maximize distribution, audiences, and revenues. In addition to advising on sales and marketing, Paradigm Consulting specializes in state-of-the-art distribution techniques—including innovative theatrical service deals, hybrid video strategies, and new approaches to global distribution.
Broderick was President of Next Wave Films, which supplied finishing funds to filmmakers from the US and abroad. He helped launch the careers of such exceptionally talented directors as Christopher Nolan, Joe Carnahan, and Amir Bar-Lev.
A key player in the growth of the ultra-low budget feature movement, Broderick became one of the most influential advocates of digital moviemaking. He is a graduate of Brown University, Cambridge University, and Yale Law School.
Now focused on the revolution in film distribution, Broderick gives keynotes and presentations internationally. His seminal article, “Maximizing Distribution” (available at www.peterbroderick.com), has been reprinted in publications around the world.
“I had been feeling bottled up. I couldn't express myself.
I would internalize and personalize everything. When Vipassana came along, I was ready to go further with myself.”
– Omar Rahman, Dhamma Brother