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Born and raised in New York, SANDY KROLICK holds a doctorate in religious studies from University of Virginia and a master’s in history of culture from the University of Chicago. After ten-years in academia, he spent the next twenty years in the executive ranks at several of America’s largest international firms, including Ernst & Young, General Electric, and Computer Sciences Corporation. Retiring from management consulting at age forty-nine, Sandy became CEO at PKG Entertainment, where he served as Executive Producer for Any Wonder, the debut release of Boston-based band Violet Nine, and the soundtrack for an indie film, National Lampoon's Cattle Call. Sandy now splits his time between western Siberia and western New York State where he lives with his wife and child. He lectures occasionally on culture and management at the Linguistic Institute of Altai State Pedagogical Academy, Altai State University, and the Altai Institute for Law and Economics. He is author of eight published works, including the international selling novel Veronika: The Siberian's Tale, available in English and Russian.
belovodye pictures is a co-production services company working collaboratively in alliance with independent filmmakers, directors, screenwriters, production/post-production facilities worldwide. It is dedicated to assisting in delivery of thought-provoking dramatic films addresing pressing global issues. 'Belovodye' is a Russian term meaning "white water," belonging to an archaic stratum of Asiatic myth. It is considered by Old Believers to be a gateway to Shambhala, recognized by shamans as an oasis of peace hidden among the mountains of the Altai, stretching between Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Russia.