Fulton Street Entertainment is an independent production company operating in New York City that develops and produces feature length films and television programming. The company is founded by award winning producer Gregory S. Martin.
Gregory S. Martin
Gregory is an independent film producer and the CEO of Fulton Street Entertainment, headquartered in New York City.
His recent films include Women directed by Anton Sigurdsson. Benji the Dove, directed by Kevin Arbouet, starring Lynn Cohen, Kelly Aucoin, and Karen Pittman, and also the HBO Eastern Europe release Cruelty, written and directed by Anton Sigurdsson and starring Margret Vilhjalmsdottir, Sveinn Olafur Gunnarsson, Salome Gunnarsdóttir and Petur Oskar Sigurdsson, which premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and sold to USA, China, Japan and Benelux. The film was the 2nd highest grossing theatrical film in Iceland in 2016.
His debut short film Marked Man was written and produced by him and premiered at the San Diego Black Film Festival in 2012. He completed his education at the historical black college Lincoln University in Pennsylvania where he majored in Pre-engineering. He is also a Marines Corp veteran. Prior to his film career he worked in the bio-pharmaceutical industry at Human Genome Sciences (know GlaxoSmithKline).