Berry Meyerowitz is the co-founder of Quiver Distribution, a film and TV company operating in the U.S., Canada and international markets. Quiver acquires, develops, finances, and produces high-quality, talent-driven films from both established and emerging stars and filmmakers. The company recently produced and released the Netflix Original Happiness for Beginners with Ellie.
Kemper and Luke Grimes which was directed by Vicky Wight as well as The Wrath of Becky with Lulu Wilson and Seann William Scott, the sequel to the hit 2020 film Becky, and the Neil LaBute thriller Fear the Night starring Maggie Q. Upcoming releases include the Mario Van Peebles western Outlaw Posse, and the Andrew Dice Clay sports dramedy Warrior Strong.
Before launching Quiver with partner Jeff Sackman, Meyerowitz founded Phase 4 Films and built the company into one of the leading independent U.S. distributors. Following the sale of Phase 4 Films to eOne, Meyerowitz stayed on as President of eOne’s U.S. Film Business where revenue topped $100 million.
Berry has Executive Produced over 30 feature films including Walter Hill’s Dead for a Dollar with Christoph Waltz, Willem Dafoe, and Rachel Brosnahan, and Neil LaBute’s Out of the Blue with Diane Kruger, Ray Nicholson, and Hank Azaria; Mayim Bialik’s directorial debut As They Made Us with Dustin Hoffman, Diana Agron, Candice Bergen and Simon Helberg; The Survivalist with John Malkovich and Jonathan Rhys Meyers; Jungle with Daniel Radcliffe; Chick Fight with Alec Baldwin; and Becky starring Kevin James.
Meyerowitz previously served as President of Peace Arch Home Entertainment after selling them his company, kaBOOM! Entertainment. Earlier, he worked at 20th Century Fox as Marketing Director and led successful campaigns for films such as The Star Wars Trilogy, There's Something About Mary and The Full Monty.
Berry is a former member of Young Presidents' Organization. He has an MBA from the Schulich School of Business.