President of Distribution
VP of Distribution
President of Production
Distribution & Marketing
Brian Presley is an experienced producer, actor, writer, and director. After finding success as an actor, Brian first produced TOUCHBACK, with Kurt Russell and Melanie Lynsey, and ONCE FALLEN with Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Taraji Henson, Alison Eastwood, Peter Greene and Peter Weller.
Brian also completed STREETS OF BLOOD with Val Kilmer and Sharon Stone, which was released in 2009. Brian starred in HOME OF THE BRAVE for MGM with Samuel L. Jackson, Jessica Biel, Chad Michael Murray, Christina Ricci and Curtis “50-Cent” Jackson. He has also starred in BORDERLAND for Lions Gate Films alongside Sean Astin. Additionally, Brian attended the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.
Brian has managed and shadowed many award-winning directors such as Irwin Winkler, producer of GOOD FELLAS and RAGING BULL. Brian wrote, starred in, directed, and produced THE GREAT ALASKAN RACE, with Treat Williams, Bruce Davison, Brad Leland, Brea Bee, and Henry Thomas, which is scheduled for release in fall of 2019. Most recently, Brian has completed the filming of his original screenplay THE ORPHAN TRAIN, starring Brad Leland, Matt McCoy, Lew Temple, Craig Tate, and Natalie Whittle, which is currently in post-production.
Christian Sosa is a producer and graduate of the Red McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin with a BBA in Finance. In 2007, Sosa co-developed an independent film slate to finance and produce feature films in Texas. In 2013, Sosa Co-Executive Produced Julio Quintana’s film in Puerto Rico, THE VESSEL, starring Martin Sheen and Executive Produced by Terrence Malick and Sarah Green. Shortly after, Sosa successfully green-lit AGE OUT starring Tye Sheridan, Imogen Poots, Jeffrey Wright and Caleb Landry Jones that made its world premiere at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival, it’s Chinese premiere at Shanghai International Film Festival winning 2 awards – Best Actor and Best Cinematography, and it’s European premiere at 44th Deauville American Film Festival and produced Henry Butash’s directing debut, THE ATLANTIC CITY STORY, starring Jessica Hecht, Mike Faist, and Gary Wilmes. Sosa recently Executive Produced THE GREAT ALASKAN RACE, and produced THE ORPHAN TRAIN with writer/director/producer Brian Presley. Sosa is on the P12 Films executive team involved in structuring inspirational films for financing, production and distribution opportunities for a global audience.
Jon Wroblewski has produced long and short form content for over a decade, along with consulting for production companies and financiers. Most recently producing ‘A VIOLENT SEPARATION’ distributed by Screen Media, ‘FRIDAY’S CHILD’ starring Tye Sheridan, Imogen Poots, Caleb Landry Jones and Jeffery Wright, ‘THE IRON ORCHARD’ directed by Tye Roberts, ‘THE ORPHAN TRAIN’ directed by Brian Presley, and Snapchat’s ‘DEAD OF NIGHT’ directed by Shaun Higton.
In addition, Jon has consulted for several commercial production companies that created content for ad agencies and brands such as: McCann Worldgroup, Wieden + Kennedy, Preacher, Richards Group, GSD&M, Boncom, Gatorade, Intel, Nike and more. Jon earned a business degree from the University of Texas A&M.
Tim Cavanaugh is a producer, who brings to Rebel Road his over twenty years of solid entertainment industry experience. He’s primarily known for his expertise in film budgeting, production, and distribution. Tim also counts among his well-established industry relationships many prominent independent studio executives, directors, and actors. In 2002, he collaborated with award-winning Cinematographer Andrzej Sekula and made THE PLEASURE DRIVERS starring Angus McFadden, Lauren Holly and Billy Zane. Some of Tim’s other producer credits include 2013’s RAGE, DRAWING OUT GENIUS, and RETURN TO FOREVER: INSIDE THE MUSIC.
As Head of Production at Creative Entertainment Group, Tim supervised and line-produced more than 75 film and video productions. In 2009, he produced Adam Mason’s award-winning film BLOOD RIVER.
Tim initially met Brian when he worked as Executive Producer on THE USS INDIANAPOLIS: MEN OF COURAGE starring Nicolas Cage. This year, Tim joined the team behind Rebel Road Entertainment’s most recent feature THE ORPHAN TRAIN as a producer and is looking forward to continuing to work with the company on many other impactful independent films.
Gabriel Ordóñez is an editor and post production supervisor. Originally from Texas, he had a previous life as a successful musician releasing music worldwide with Warner Bros Records, performing live on several national television shows, and touring across the country.
With a passion for music & film, he left Texas for Los Angeles to cultivate his creativity. He started working at Partizan Entertainment/Satellite Films with many notable talents such as directors Michel Gondry (The Green Hornet & Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) & Spike Jonze (Where The Wild Things Are & Being John Malkovich) on varies music videos & documentary projects.
In 2017 & 2019, he worked as an editor on Brian Presley’s films “The Great Alaskan Race” & “Orphan Train.”
Miranda Florer is a distribution and marketing coordinator and aspiring filmmaker. She graduated with a B.A. of Arts from Loyola Marymount University’s School of Film and Television where she gained a wealth of production experience, working on student films sets and directing both narrative and documentary shorts.
Miranda’s creative marketing experience includes coordinating campaigns for independent distribution company, Gravitas Ventures. Campaigns she worked on include: CALIFORNIA TYPEWRITER starring Tom Hanks, BRAVE NEW JERSEY starring Anna Camp and Tony Hale, and SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY with Hans Zimmer.
In her spare time, Miranda moonlights as a lifestyle photographer. Her passion lies in combining the art of storytelling, marketing, and design to create innovative and purposeful content that intrigues and resonates with a variety of different audiences. She strives to create a positive impact in the entertainment industry and loves to partner with female creatives alike.
Meg Shaw is an operations manager and aspiring changemaker. Her experience in the filmmaking industry is just blooming, but she is thrilled to be apart of such a diverse and interesting community.
She graduated with a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Business from Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO.
Her first experience in production was on the set of P12 Films’ next release, The Orphan Train, in early 2019. Now, she has joined the distribution team and is working to help with the release of The Great Alaskan Race.
Her passion lies in Sustainability and she is excited to see how she can incorporate her experiences into the entertainment industry. In addition to her various volunteer involvement, she is looking forward to partnering with a company that prioritizes an altruistic give back model in connecting with non-profit organizations.
Meg is charged by connecting to the outdoor world and designing experiences that align with creating a positive social impact in the entertainment industry.