Founded in 2004 by David Guy Levy, Periscope Entertainment is a Los Angeles based company that develops and produces a diverse slate of fresh and visionary theatrical film and entertainment properties. With unique, non-genre specific projects in development and set for release, Periscope Entertainment is dedicated to discovering innovative and original material and developing it into a compelling and unprecedented cinematic experience.
David Guy Levy, who has been singled out by Variety for being "on the cusp of a major breakthrough in their careers,” has amassed a number of producing and directing credits that already has him on a trajectory that is trending upward.
In 2011, without a script or crew, David directed the experimental film “A Love Affair of Sorts” using only two Flip cameras. The film found itself a U.S. theatrical release. After that, David went on to direct his first scripted effort, a psychological thriller called “Would You Rather”, which stars Brittany Snow, Jeffrey Combs, and Sasha Grey. IFC Films/IFC Midnight released the film for a healthy Theatrical and VOD run, and the film was released on Blu-Ray and DVD July 9, 2013.
His most recent film “The Mandela Effect” finished post-production in August of 2018 and is out to festivals for the 2019 season.
David also wrote the comic book series "Back to Back to the Future". It's the story about what would happen if the makers of the "Back to the Future" films went back in time and made sure that Eric Stoltz was never replaced by Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly. It was released July 10, 2013 and all the proceeds go towards The Young Storytellers Foundation.
Since the formation of Periscope Entertainment in 2004, Levy has also helped produce such films as Azazel Jacob's “Terri”, starring John C. Reilly, and Austin Chick's "August", starring Josh Hartnett. He most recently produced the documentary "Banking on Bitcoin" which was released in theaters and on-demand by Gravitas Ventures on January 6, 2017.
Born in New York, Levy grew up living in between Manhattan and Africa, where his parents made their living as wildlife photographers and filmmakers.
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