Our company, Impossible Dream Entertainment, has developed and produced several recent movings including “Get Out”, the most profitable movie of 2017, nominated for 4 Academy Awards and winning an Oscar in 2018, and the 2018 Cannes Grand Prix Winner, “BlacKkKlansman” which received 6 Academy-Award Nominations and won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. Both movies made the AFI Awards for Top Ten Movies of 2018 & 2018.
Jon Wanzek is an American engineer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who currently serves as President of Bad Medicine Films, LLC which he formed in 2013. His first film as producer was “Ten Thousand Saints” starring Ethan Hawke, Hailee Steinfeld, and Asa Butterfield which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. His follow up, Valley of Bones, was shot entirely in his home-state of North Dakota and went on a nation-wide Sony release.
Wanzek is back in the festival circuit and awards season with “Human Capital”, a drama staring Maya Hawke, Oscar-winning Marisa Tomei and Liev Shreiber which is premiering at Toronto Film Festival in 2019.Wanzek’s passion for history resulted in the development of “Fearless”, a presidential biopic tackling Theodore Roosevelt’s incredible true story of his escape from politics and adversity to become entrenched in fighting outlaws throughout the Badlands in his early twenties. Roosevelt would later claim that if it weren’t for his time in the Badlands he “would never become President.” The film is slated for a 2020 production and is being produced by Shaun Reddick (Blackkklansman, Get Out).
The stories of Bad Medicine Films are ones of triumph, of achievement, of overcoming challenge and of understanding who we are, and our place in world history. These dramatic stories may find their basis in science, technology, faith, or human drama.
Aside from producing and writing, Jon Wanzek is a dedicated philanthropist who supports various charitable organizations within the entertainment industry, including Artists for Peace and Justice and The Creative Coalition. utside of Hollywood, Wanzek has been an avid supporter of such organizations as the Boy Scouts of America, Catholic Relief Services, Doctors without Borders, and other various organizations.
Impossible Dream Entertainment has developed and produced several recent movies including “Get Out”, the most profitable movie of 2017, nominated for 4 Academy-Awards and winning an Oscar in 2018, and the 2018 Cannes Grand Prix Winner, “BlacKkKlansman” which received 6 Academy-Award Nominations and won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. Both movies made the AFI Awards for Top Ten Movies of 2018 and 2018.
Born and raised in North Dakota, Steven Molony is now an award-winning film actor in Los Angeles, CA with a background in theatre. Molony landed the lead role of Dr. Arkham on the hit web series, The Joker Blogs, for which he was invited to tour with the Wizard World Comic Con. He went on to win an Indie award for his lead performance as Alex in the independent feature film, Pinching Penny, which was released internationally on DVD and VOD across multiple platforms.
Molony went on to win the Award of Excellence from the Accolade Global Film Competition for his role as identical twin brothers in the feature film, Efficiency, which played as an official selection at the 21st Austin Film Festival and is now available on DVD and VOD.
Following Efficiency, Molony went on to play a character suffering from Cystic Fibrosis in the fantasy/adventure film, Oxenfree, which played at many festivals across the country and won a host of awards, including Best Ensemble Cast. He then worked on the Bad Medicine Films feature, Valley of Bones, alongside Autumn Reeser, and Mark Margolis. The film was distributed in theaters nationwide in September of 2017.
He is now attached to star in the Nordic horror film, Afterwalker, set to film in the fall of this year. He has also been an active member of the improv group Bearded Co. since the group was founded in 2006.