Paul Rapovski COO
Paul is the Chief Operating Officer of Quantum Entanglement Entertainment (“Que-ee”).

Paul, an entrepreneurial film and TV producer, actor and a video-game motion capture action specialist is responsible for the development and production of Que-ee’s various tv and film projects.

Paul is an executive producer on the internationally acclaimed Lost Girl, which is currently in its fifth season on Showcase (Canada) & SyFy (US). In addition, Paul is a producer with Steve Hoban and Vincenzo Natali on the horror anthology series Darknet. In the video game world, Paul provided all the motion-capture action aspects for Microsoft and Silicon Knights on the XBOX 360 game Too Human.

Paul first came into the international film and television arena by building on his reputation as a highly respected fight and stunt director. Paul established a home base in Hong Kong before becoming a bona fide marquee star in the Pacific Rim (and world stick-fighting champion). As a result of his renown in the region, he established important pre-sales and financing relationships in Hong Kong, China, Singapore and then Europe. Paul is regularly brokering high quality international relationships at key film and TV markets, assisting for example, in bringing German equity funding to the first season of the Starhunter TV series.

Paul's pre-eminence in stunt direction led to opportunities to work with actors and directors of major action genre pictures, including Guillermo del Toro, John Woo, David Wu, Jackie Chan, Jet Li and many others.

Paul also co-founded FAST Motion Studios with Plato Fountidakis and Stereo 3D Unlimited with Tim Dashwood creating state of the art Motion Capture for all mediums of entertainment.

Denis Dyack CCO
Denis Dyack is the Chief Creative Officer of Quantum Entanglement Entertainment.

A video game industry veteran of more than 25 years, he founded Silicon Knights in 1992 creating titles such as Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem, Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes, and Too Human. Denis is responsible for the direction of the brands across all mediums.

In 2011, Denis was inducted into the Canadian Game Developers Hall of Fame. Denis was awarded the Outstanding Achievement in Character or Story Development by Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences for his work on Eternal Darkness. Denis is known for his unique approaches and understanding of the video game medium; and has garnered multiple industry and business awards.

Denis is moved by the positive potential of converging media forms and is inspired to creating content that is original, challenging and engaging. Denis is a firm believer in ties between academia and industry, and has consulted or been on several advisory boards such as MIT, Waterloo University, Wilfred Laurier University, Brock University, McMaster University, and others to work in this regard. He has spoken on a variety of provocative topics from Engagement Theory, One Console Future, to Cloud Computing at conferences such as GDC, GDC Europe, Games Con, and DIG.

Denis has a B. Physical Education, H. BSc in Computer Science, M. Sc in Computer Science. Denis recently graduated from Miskatonic University with full honors in Quantum Theory believing one can never be educated enough to deal with the unknown.

Jonathan M. Soon-Shiong CEO
Jonathan is the Chief Executive Officer of Quantum Entanglement Entertainment.

Jonathan, a senior media and broadcast executive focusing on TV and online media, has extensive experience in business strategy and structuring, as well as digital and finance strategy. Jonathan also acts as an Executive Producer and Development Executive on Que-ee’s various projects.

Prior to Que-ee, Jonathan was the President of a Marketing Automation Cloud Services start-up, and before that the Deputy Executive Director, Strategy & Finance at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (“CBC”) where he was responsible for business strategy and development as well as co-managing 3 groups: Strategy & Planning, Strategic & Competitive Analysis, and Finance. Jonathan provided business expertise and counsel on strategy, operational improvements, business development and acquisitions, mergers, and partnership opportunities. Jonathan was instrumental in a myriad of CBC’s strategies, including CBC’s digital, music, multi-channel, acquisitions, news, local, partnership, new ventures, and corporate 5 year strategy, as well as CBC’s financial restructuring.

Prior to CBC, Jonathan was the Managing Director, Strategy & Corporate Development at Torstar Corp’s largest subsidiary Metroland Media Group, Partner at Toronto advisory firm Marathon Capital Advisors, an investment banker at various global investment banks in London, UK completing over $16bn worth of transactions (Deutsche Bank, Dresdner Bank, and CitiBank,) and also a Chartered Accountant at KPMG in both the UK and Canada. Jonathan received his MBA from University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Business.

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