Clint Kisker is the President and co-founder of MWM. Named one of Hollywood’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company, MWM is a diversified media and entertainment company pioneering a “Share by Design” approach to cross-platform IP development, production, and distribution.
Since its founding in 2015, MWM has been nominated for 15 Emmy Awards, 6 Academy Awards, 6 Golden Globe Awards, and 14 Tony Awards - winning 2 Emmys (Ron Howard’s “Genius,” NatGeo), 2 Kidscreen Awards (animated fan-favorite “The Dragon Prince,” Netflix), and 8 Tony Awards including 2019’s Best Musical “Hadestown” from Anaïs Mitchell.
Upcoming MWM titles include Jon Favreau’s magical "Gnomes and Goblins" VR universe (PlayStation), the action-thriller "21 Bridges" starring Chadwick Boseman and produced by Joe and Anthony Russo (STX), Edward Norton's feature adaptation of Jonathan Lethem's “Motherless Brooklyn” (Warner Bros.) and podcast legend Dan Carlin uses the power of VR to transport audiences into one of the most extreme battlefields in “War Remains.”
As President of MWM, Kisker oversees key business operations for the company’s four distinct divisions, as well as managing new business initiatives and strategic investments, including Breakwater Studios, Wonderstorm, The VOID, Atom Tickets, WEVR, and STX. Throughout his successful career spanning more than a decade, Kisker has distinguished himself as one of the most influential and forward-thinking leaders in media and entertainment and has been recognized by Variety as a “New Leader of Hollywood.” Kisker holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Asian Studies from Cornell University where he was a goaltender on the men’s varsity hockey team and also attended Beijing University in China. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.