Howard Bernstein is co-president of Eureka Pictures, Inc. is the New
York-based production company founded in 1995. The company is committed
to producing low budget, independent feature films with unique
perspectives, focusing on emerging directorial talent.
Eureka Pictures produced Bart Freundlich's first feature, The Myth of
Fingerprints, starring Noah Wyle, Julianne Moore, Roy Scheider, Blythe
Danner and James LeGros which premiered in the dramatic competition at the
1997 Sundance film Festival. The film was executive produced by Good
Machine and was shot on location in rural Maine. Sony Classics released
the film in September 1997 with Columbia TriStar Home Video handling
Eureka recently completed Alexandre Rockwell's (In The Soup) new film,
Louis and Frank, featuring Tony Curtis and Steve Buscemi. Produced
association with Paris-based Why Not Productions and MK2 Productions, the
film was shot in New York City.
Eureka's first feature Breathing Room, was directed by Jon Sherman,
features some of New York's best young acting talent. Released by Arrow
Releasing, Breathing Room has been shown at a number of
festivals and at the Angelika Film Center in New York.
Visit Howard's website at www.eurekapictures.com