Chris Roberts has designed, developed and produced some of the most sophisticated and inspiring games of their kind. He had three 1987 #1 bestselling games in England: "Match Day" "Wiz Adore" and "Striker's Run".
Roberts was 'senior systems vice president' of Origin for eight years. During this period he produced numerous international bestsellers, including "Times of Lore" "Strike Commander" and "Wing Commander" - which remains a fan favourite title. During this period, he was also producer at Origin's subsidiary, Electronic Arts, where he participates in the development of interactive films and flight simulations.
Wing Commander was the first interactive game to 'compete' with the cinema. Since that pioneering title, Roberts has continued to revolutionize the gaming industry from animation to shooting with real film. In 1994, he produced Wing Commander 3: Heart Of The Tiger which combined both the latest computing (graphical) innovations and several hours of "live" videos. This interactive, record-breaking, feature-length film featured a Hollywood cast: Mark Hammil, Malcolm McDowell, Tom Wilson, and John Rhys Davies.
Chris Roberts: "Wing Commander gets a new title, it's based on the game, and the action takes place in a similar universe, but the movie is not just for fans of the series. I hope to attract new audiences with a solid cast and high level crew, bringing together young talents and established actors. "
Todd Moyer, 33 years old, together with producer Jean Martial Lefranc manage the agency and production company 'No Prisoners' specializing in the production of high-tech films. Former president of Steven Seagal's production company, Moyer and his partner Lefranc are also associated with Artmedia.
A graduate of the Dartmouth College and a graduate of the American Film Institute, Moyer started as a literary agent at the Schechter Company where he represented Jon Turtelaube, Peter Jackson and Chuck Pfarrer and the Dark Horse Comics.
Appointed executive vice president of Dark Horse Entertainment (DHE), he created an extremely dynamic production company, specializing in comic books and other cultural consumer products. He oversaw the production of the first three DHE films: The Mask, Timecop and Barb Wire. He also co-produced Virus for Universal and Lance in addition to several joint ventures for DHE including Dark Horse Interactive, Dark Horse France and Dark Horse Japan.