Speaker Details

Full Name
Eric Bromberg
DUST / Gunpowder & Sky
Job Title
SVP Development
Eric Bromberg began his media career working in script development for Brad Pitt at Plan B Entertainment before launching his own production shingle, Intelligentsia Films, focusing on intellectual property licensing, development, and international co-productions. Bromberg was formerly the director of digital strategy at Fusion Media Group (a joint venture between Disney-ABC and Univision), as well as director of strategy at Pluto TV (acquired by Viacom in Q1 2019 for $340MM). He is currently the SVP of Gunpowder & Sky (backed by WarnerMedia) as well as the Head of DUST, the science-fiction-focused division of Gunpowder & Sky that is now in over 50 million homes globally.

Bromberg holds a BA in Literature from UCLA and a MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, with an emphasis in Machine Learning.
Roundtable topic
The impact of COVID on sci-fi and the current appeal of lighter content.
Ready, Steady, Pitch! topic
We're looking for big concepts that feel international - whether they take place in Sydney or Singapore - whatever will resonate with a global audience. And we're specifically looking for big concepts that are grounded - not huge space operas but intimate character-focused pieces. And things that aren't fully dystopian, 'hell in a handbasket'. We've all seen handmaid's tale and black mirror - we're looking for something lighter at the moment.

DUST is the first premium sci-fi entertainment brand and channel that reaches fans across all platforms, giving voice to both emerging and established filmmakers. From timeless classics to cutting-edge movies, series, short films and podcasts, DUST acquires, produces and distributes all content types.

Since its inception, DUST released the critically-acclaimed sci-fi/thriller, Sea Fever which debuted at the Toronto Film Festival and is now available on Hulu; released three seasons of its hit “DUST” podcast series, starring and executive produced by Emmy Award-nominated Corey Hawkins (Straight Outta Compton, 6 Underground, “Macbeth”) and co-stars Academy Award-nominated Toni Collette (“United States of Tara”, Hereditary, The Sixth Sense), and is the #1 fiction podcast on Apple; the feature film Prospect starring Pedro Pascal (“The Mandalorian”, “Narcos”, “Game of Thrones”, Equalizer 2), which also premiered in the U.S. on Hulu and internationally on Netflix; “The Time Agent” a Korean short film which DUST is now developing into a feature film in partnership with John Davis (Predator franchise, iRobot, Waterworld, the upcoming Jungle Cruise), and Black Label Media (La La Land, Sicario) and written by Derek Kolstad (John Wick franchise). DUST has also released Small Soldiers, Minority Report, A Scanner Darkly, Escape from LA, Paul Feig’s “Other Space”, the Star Trek movies, Galaxy Quest, “The Invisible Man”, “Roswell”, Total Recall, A Boy and His Dog, Tokyo!, Saturn 3, “Logan’s Run”, “Psychic Investigators”, Coneheads, and nearly a 1000 short films including Bad Peter directed by Zach Strauss and starring Golden-Globe nominee Frankie Shaw ("SMILF"); Zero, directed by the Brothers Lynch and starring Bella Ramsey (“Game of Thrones”); George Lucas 1967 short film, “Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB”; Robert Zemeckis’ 1972 student short film “The Lift; Rian Johnson’s student short film “Evil Demon Golf Ball From Hell”.

With more than 20M monthly uniques, DUST reaches viewers across multiple platforms including Apple, Amazon / IMDb TV, Redbox, Roku, Peacock, Samsung, Sinclair, Sling, Vizio, Xfinity and all major podcast platforms.
Country (Address)
United States
Eric Bromberg