Andy Horwitz was a member of the founding team of Black Mountain Systems, which, after a 13-year journey, was recently acquired by Vista Equity (the Company is now Allvue after a merger). As Co-CEO, Andy helped lead the team on this journey and shares 2 insights that stayed true at every stage; Always Be Selling (it's your ear to the market) and Churn Kills.
Andy Horwitz has been a producer and executive in the motion picture industry for 13 years. He’s currently Executive Vice President of Atlas Entertainment, known for such films as 12 Monkeys, Three Kings, The Dark Knight trilogy, American Hustle, Batman V Superman, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, and most recently, Triple Frontier. Horwitz recently produced Triple Frontier for Netflix, which was released in 2019 and became the 2nd highest viewed film on the streaming service. Horwitz also served as a co-producer on Suicide Squad and American Hustle. He’s produced numerous other films of all shapes and sizes. His films have collectively grossed over $1 billion and have received multiple Golden Globes, BAFTAs’, SAG awards, and Oscar nominations. In this episode of The Maximus Podcast we talk to Andy about his career, his great love of fitness, and how this COVID thing has affected the industry. You can download the episode on iTunesYou can download it on StitcherYou can download it on SoundcloudTo learn more about Joe Cebula visit his Instagram @joe_cebula If you love our content Join the Inner Circle at www.themaximuspodcast.comWe’d like to thank our sponsors. Visit www.lalo.com and use the code MAXIMUS20 for 20% off Footwear. Also check out www.tenthousand.cc and use the code MAXIMUS15
Andy Horwitz : “Don’t wait for money and don’t wait for permission”
Points of Entry
In this inaugural “Points of Entry” episode, host Katie Kheriji-Watts speaks with culturebot.org founder Andy Horwitz about economic shame and labor advocacy in the arts world, the intersection of counterculture and online technology, the patience required to effect change in large institutions and what it’s like to experience parenthood for the first time at the age of 50. mentioned in this episode : Andy Horwitzhttp://www.andyhorwitz.com “The Future, Revisited: ‘The Mother of All Demos’ at 50” - LA Review of Books https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/the-future-revisited-the-mother-of-all-demos-at-50The Brooklyn Communehttps://brooklyncommune.orgCulturebothttps://www.culturebot.orgfollow Points of Entry : http://www.pointsofentry.comhttps://www.instagram.com/pointsofentryspecial thanks : Solene de Bony, Fabrice Allain, Gabriel Nazoa, Zied Kheriji
Andy Horwitz produces movies for Atlas Entertainment the film production company behind massive hits like The Dark Knight, Wonder Woman, and Justice League. Some of Andy's projects include the Oscar Nominated film American Hustle starring Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, and Christian Bale...Suicide Squad, and the recently released Netflix Film Triple Frontier that stars Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Pedro Pascal, and Charlie Hunnam. Andy shares his story of how he went from film school graduate to film producer and some lessons he learned along the way. Andy also goes into detail about how a movie gets made starting with the idea all the way through theatrical release. Follow the podcast on Instagram or Facebook Follow Jeremiah on Instagram or Twitter
30: 2 Things Every Alliance Partner Can Do To Strengthen Their Professional Relationships w/ Andy Horwitz
Relationships between individuals mirror relationships between alliance partners. Like in a marriage, if you take the time to listen to your professional partner and communicate with them what your needs are too, your relationship will be in a healthy place. Andy Horwitz is the Vice President of Business and Corporate Development at Palo Alto Networks where he manages a close relationship with Google. In this episode of Alliance Aces, we caught up with Andy at GoogleNEXT to talk about Joint Solutions, business development, and best practices for a collaborative business environment.