Jump to: Overview (1)  | Mini Bio (2)

Overview (1)

Nickname Etrue

Mini Bio (2)

In words and images, Galler has distinguished himself as an innovative award-winning international producer and as a meticulous craftsman of story, exploring and shaping ideas for years.

Galler is a Hollywood based, active member of the Producers Guild of America. His multi-platform experience is based on a blend of feature film motion pictures, network television, cable television, animation, commercials, and digital.

His portfolio of networks, media, and clients include: Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Animal Planet, Smithsonian Institution, Military Channel, TLC, Travel Channel, History Channel, A&E, USA, ABC, BBC, Netflix, Slice (CAN), MTV, Blueprint/NBCUniversal, Warner Bros.(WB), U.S.-Aid, the United Nations, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, and the Royal Scientific Society to name just a few.

The genres in which he has experience include scripted and non-scripted fiction, non-fiction, docu-entertainment, reality, drama, comedy, action, family, promotional, exploration, adventure, archaeology, natural history, travel, wild animal, oceanography, aero technologies and Astro science, educational, meteorology, quantum science, geology, game competition, sports, craft, build, renovation, food, lifestyle, fitness, brand, corporate, commercial, social media, experimentation, and investigation.

Eric has an extensive domestic travel and transcontinental project background leading international teams and projects in the Pacific Rim, Africa, Europe, the Arctic regions, and the greater Middle East. During the Arab Spring in 2010, Galler was recruited by an Aussie mid-east outfit and spent 15 months in Arabia. There, he produced, fielded, scripted, edited string-outs, operated, and directed a full spectrum of high profile interviews - over seventy.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Eugene Parks

Galler recalls that he was around 8 years of age when he first held his first regular 8mm film camera. He credits his fathers' influence. Years later he graduated to Super 8, reel to reel and 3/4 inch video in High school. It was not until he attended Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara that he switched back to 16mm film. He was trained on 35mm film editing during a 6-month apprenticeship at Universal Studios. "Pacino is Missing", Galler's second full feature was shot on 35mm Fuji stock with color by CFI (Technicolor). In the late 90's he was credited by "Variety" and the "Hollywood Reporter" as producing the 7th full feature motion picture on HD entitled "Divorce the Musical" cinematography by ASC's Isidore Mankofsky. For his digital revolutionary works, he was asked to speak at Cine Gear Expo and Digital Video Expo in both LA and Chicago as well as film festivals and events. He transitioned into television around 2005.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Eugene Parks

See also

Other Works |  Publicity Listings |  Official Sites

View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro Pro Name Page Link

Contribute to This Page

Recently Viewed