F. Miguel Valenti
F. MIGUEL VALENTI is a producer and entertainment attorney based in Los Angeles. He recently produced Abracadabra, a Mafia comedy and executive produced Camp Utopia, a feature for the youth market.  Valenti most recently made his directorial debut with a spoof entitled Fear and Clothing.  Upcoming films include Final Witness with Sissy Spacek and a follow-up to The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra entitled Trail of the Screaming Forehead.  Valenti also produced Vig (aka The Money Kings) starring Peter Falk and Freddie Prinze, Jr., (Barbra Streisand's Barwood Films / Lion's Gate Entertainment executive produced). 
Valenti's book, More Than a Movie: Ethics In Entertainment (Westview Press; 2000) urges members of the creative community to examine the ethical choices they make on a daily basis, and to consider how such choices affect their audience.  The book is currently in its fourth printing.  Valenti has been a guest on CNN and a number of national and regional radio broadcasts and lectures on ethics in entertainment nationally.  He also serves as a consultant to producers and organizations interested in the topic.
An alumnus of both Yale College (1980) and Yale Law School (1983), Valenti comes to production after five years practicing corporate, mergers and acquisitions and entertainment law at two of the world's leading international law firms.