Phoenix, AZ based DNA Cinema Services is a premier producer of video and digital cinema content. Utilizing state of the art technology, we provide a full range of services and can easily scale to fit any scope and budget. We can work with your agency or produce the creative in-house. From pre-production to final delivery we promise to understand your particular needs and make your vision a reality. Combining our years of experience, thorough planning, and excellent communication skills we will exceed your expectations from start to finish, every time. Our recent clients include Workers Compensation Corporation of America, The Magnus Project, Pop Up Flip Flop, and Coffin Comics.
Adam Goldfine began experimenting with still cameras and Super 8mm film at a young age. As his interest grew he became clear this would be a life-long passion and he enrolled at the Rochester Institute of Technology, considered one of the premiere photography schools in the world. His growing interest in filmmaking eventually led him to study motion picture production at and graduate from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Immediately after graduation Adam began working professionally in the film industry beginning with the film Crocodile Dundee then the CBS television series, The Equalizer. In 1986, Adam produced and shot his first feature film as director of photography, Black Lights, White Shadows, directed by award winning director Gabe Dettre. The film gained international acclaim and attention, and launched a career that includes 18 feature films, 15 feature length television projects, and dozens of music videos, commercials, short films, and documentaries. He later ventured into the world of visual effects working for Academy Award Winner William Mesa, long considered one of the most innovative visual effects directors in the industry.
In addition to his film experience, Adam has a diverse business background with an emphasis on operations, marketing and communications. As Chief Operating Officer of top selling comic book publisher Chaos! Comics, Adam oversaw finance, operations, marketing and new business development. Under his direction, Chaos! grew from the ninth largest comic book publisher in North America to the fourth largest. There he created a motion picture and television division which resulted in numerous development deals with well known producers and production companies including Gene Simmons, Barry Levine, David Wolper Productions, Palomar Productions and Rhythm and Hues, as well as the production of an animated feature.
Notable clients include CBS Studio Center, Panavision Hollywood, Polygram Filmed Entertainment, Wyle Electronics, HBO Films, Rysher Entertainment, MTV, CBS Television, NBC Television, PBS, Film Four – London, Warner Brothers Records, Atlantic Records, Sony/Columbia Records, Lucas Film, Paramount Pictures, Banger Films, EUE Screen Gems, The Village Recorder, Nintendo, Exxon, Estee Lauder, and Drexel Burnham Lambert.
He has worked with many well known industry figures including George Lucas, Tom Hanks, Rick McCallum, Gale Anne Hurd, Chris Rock, Paul Newman, Dennis Hopper, Kevin Pollack, Anthony LaPaglia, Paul Simon, Jillian Murray, and many others.