The Producers

We are three guys who love movies. We also love the Sacramento region, and we really enjoyed showing off the local locations in the film.

Kevin Nagle, Executive Producer Kevin is one of the most well-known and respected business leaders in the Sacramento region. In 2015, the Sacramento Business Journal selected him as its Executive of the Year. Kevin is the largest local shareholder and executive voting member of the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, and was highly instrumental in helping the Kings stay in Sacramento when a Seattle group attempted to lure the team away. Through his film company, Trojan Horse Productions, Kevin executive produced the award-winning documentary film “Playing to Win: A Relentless Pursuit to Save a Team,” which told the inspiring story of the successful effort to keep the Kings in Sacramento. Kevin has also worked with ESPN's “30 for 30” on a project yet to be released. Kevin is the leader in Sacramento’s bid for a Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise as the lead investor of the Sacramento Republic FC. His plan also includes building a world-class soccer stadium in the Sacramento Railyards. Kevin is also President and sole owner of The Nagle Company, which invests in real estate development including the El Dorado Hills Town Center and Ice Blocks in Sacramento. Kevin is co-founder and former CEO of Envision Pharmaceutical Holdings. Under Kevin’s stewardship, Envision revenues reached nearly $4 billion in 2013. Envision is one of the nation’s five largest prescription benefit managers. The company was recognized for its industry innovation and leadership in transparency in the health care marketplace while Kevin was CEO. Kevin sits on the Boards of UC Davis Health System, St. Mary's College of California, and St. Hope Public Schools. He also participates in numerous other philanthropic projects.

Kevin Nagle, Executive Producer

Kevin is one of the most well-known and respected business leaders in the Sacramento region. In 2015, the Sacramento Business Journal selected him as its Executive of the Year. Kevin is the largest local shareholder and executive voting member of the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, and was highly instrumental in helping the Kings stay in Sacramento when a Seattle group attempted to lure the team away. Through his film company, Trojan Horse Productions, Kevin executive produced the award-winning documentary film “Playing to Win: A Relentless Pursuit to Save a Team,” which told the inspiring story of the successful effort to keep the Kings in Sacramento. Kevin has also worked with ESPN's “30 for 30” on a project yet to be released.

Kevin is the leader in Sacramento’s bid for a Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise as the lead investor of the Sacramento Republic FC. His plan also includes building a world-class soccer stadium in the Sacramento Railyards. Kevin is also President and sole owner of The Nagle Company, which invests in real estate development including the El Dorado Hills Town Center and Ice Blocks in Sacramento.

Kevin is co-founder and former CEO of Envision Pharmaceutical Holdings. Under Kevin’s stewardship, Envision revenues reached nearly $4 billion in 2013. Envision is one of the nation’s five largest prescription benefit managers. The company was recognized for its industry innovation and leadership in transparency in the health care marketplace while Kevin was CEO.

Kevin sits on the Boards of UC Davis Health System, St. Mary's College of California, and St. Hope Public Schools. He also participates in numerous other philanthropic projects.

James Meyers, Producer/Writer/Director James has written and produced three feature films, directing two of them. “Her Minor Thing,” a romantic comedy he wrote and produced in Sacramento, achieved 50 distribution deals around the world on TV and DVD (U.S., Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, Japan, Australia, etc.). In the U.S., the film aired on Showtime, Starz, The Movie Channel, Women’s Entertainment, and pay-per-view channels nationwide. “Her Minor Thing” had its world premiere at the prestigious Seattle International Film Festival. The film’s world TV premiere was on TF1, the #1 broadcast network in France. James’ first film, “Someone Like You,” a micro-budget romantic comedy he wrote/produced/directed in Sacramento, made seven international distribution deals (Germany, Australia, etc.). James has also written print materials or produced videos for HP, Intel, CBS Radio and other big-name companies. When he worked in radio, James wrote nearly 300 commercials (mostly humorous) for Sacramento businesses. When he lived in Los Angeles, James read screenplays for several top film production companies, including Silver Pictures and Michael Douglas’ company. James and his wife/collaborator Debra have lived in the Sacramento region for more than 20 years. They have written two screenplays together, and have produced two feature films together.

James Meyers, Producer/Writer/Director

James has written and produced three feature films, directing two of them. “Her Minor Thing,” a romantic comedy he wrote and produced in Sacramento, achieved 50 distribution deals around the world on TV and DVD (U.S., Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, Japan, Australia, etc.). In the U.S., the film aired on Showtime, Starz, The Movie Channel, Women’s Entertainment, and pay-per-view channels nationwide. “Her Minor Thing” had its world premiere at the prestigious Seattle International Film Festival. The film’s world TV premiere was on TF1, the #1 broadcast network in France. James’ first film, “Someone Like You,” a micro-budget romantic comedy he wrote/produced/directed in Sacramento, made seven international distribution deals (Germany, Australia, etc.). James has also written print materials or produced videos for HP, Intel, CBS Radio and other big-name companies. When he worked in radio, James wrote nearly 300 commercials (mostly humorous) for Sacramento businesses. When he lived in Los Angeles, James read screenplays for several top film production companies, including Silver Pictures and Michael Douglas’ company. James and his wife/collaborator Debra have lived in the Sacramento region for more than 20 years. They have written two screenplays together, and have produced two feature films together.

Paul Nicknig, Producer While studying film in college, Paul wrote, produced, and directed several award-winning films. Upon graduation, he worked in the television and film industry in Los Angeles before returning to his hometown of Sacramento to pursue a career in Information Technology and raise a family. While building his career at Fortune 500 companies, he continued to pursue his passion for filmmaking. During this time, he wrote, produced, and directed many films including a mixed-media adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The film/stage performances of this production were sold out, the run was extended, and the show won several Addy awards. Other award-winning projects include "Going to the Park," a short film that he produced, wrote, and directed and “Team Room,” which he produced. Paul and his wife have two grown children. The entire family shares a passion for the arts and film in particular. With both children in college, Paul looks forward to having more time to pursue future film projects. 

Paul Nicknig, Producer

While studying film in college, Paul wrote, produced, and directed several award-winning films. Upon graduation, he worked in the television and film industry in Los Angeles before returning to his hometown of Sacramento to pursue a career in Information Technology and raise a family. While building his career at Fortune 500 companies, he continued to pursue his passion for filmmaking. During this time, he wrote, produced, and directed many films including a mixed-media adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The film/stage performances of this production were sold out, the run was extended, and the show won several Addy awards. Other award-winning projects include "Going to the Park," a short film that he produced, wrote, and directed and “Team Room,” which he produced. Paul and his wife have two grown children. The entire family shares a passion for the arts and film in particular. With both children in college, Paul looks forward to having more time to pursue future film projects.