Andrew Molasky, a former executive and entertainment lawyer for Lorimar Telepictures, successfully worked in the industry in Los Angeles and London for 12 years. In 2000 Molasky became partners with Producing Executive, Scott Steindorff in Stone Village Pictures and became actively involved in the business and operations of this successful media company. To date, the partnership is involved in the NBC TV series “Las Vegas,” and produced the critically acclaimed “The Human Stain” starring Nicole Kidman and Anthony Hopkins. They also won a Golden Globe for their adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, “Empire Falls,” starring Paul Newman and Helen Hunt.
Mr. Molasky plays a critical role as the business affairs partner in bringing Stone Village Pictures to the next level with their eagerly awaited slate of A-List projects including “Penelope” with Christina Ricci and Reese Witherspoon and a much anticipated remake of Akira Kurosawa’s 1952 classic “Ikiru” with DreamWorks studio, slated to star Tom Hanks.
Molasky is a board member of The American Red Cross, Southern Nevada Chapter; and Lake Mead Hospital. In addition, he is an active board member of EDC / CineVegas. Molasky, while born in Los Angeles, is a native of Las Vegas. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from University of California Los Angeles and earned a law degree from McGeorge School of Law.