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Nicholas Loeb

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Nicholas is originally from Purchase, New York.  His father is Ambassador John Loeb Jr. of Loeb Rhoades and cousin is Edgar Bronfman Jr. of Seagrams Universal. He attended prep school for eight years at The Cardigan Mountain School and The Loomis Chaffee School, until going to Tulane University, in New Orleans. Nicholas worked at Universal Studios and learned about mergers and acquisitions in corporate development and had the opportunity to work for Brian Mulligan, former COO of Seagrams and in motion picture finance with Chirs McGurk, now president of MGM.  In 1998 Mr. Loeb graduated as a finance major with a Bachelor of Science in Management from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. Upon graduating Mr. Loeb began the International Production Company (IPC) with friend and partner Michael Niemtzow. In the summer of 1999, IPC produced its first film while picking up another partner Alex Hernandez. The film entitled The Smokers (2000), starred Dominique Swain and Thora Birch, and executive produced by legendary Quincy Jones. The Smokers won the Audience Award at The New York Independent Film Festival, was nominated for three awards at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and then finally sold to MGM. IPC has also produced three episodes of the award-winning documentary, which has aired on PBS called The Living Century (2001) with Executive Producer Barbra Streisand in conjunction with the Independent Documentary Association (IDA).

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