Ramin Fathie
Founder, Exec. Prod.

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Marc Cantone
Exec Prod., NYC


Michael Rosen
Exec. Prod., LA


Associates & Staff

Paul Yung
Director of E-Learning

L. Rodriguez

R. Yoshida
Director of VR Production

X. Smith


Viceroy Films was founded in 1999 in New York by Ramin Fathie. His goal was to offer clients a full array of dedicated and professional film, video and post production services.  We are genre agnostic and believe that visual storytelling can be widely applied across a wide spectrum of our clients’ communication goals.

Viceroy was a company of record for the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Archive of American Television Project.  To date, over 200 extensive historical interviews have been conducted, including television luminaries Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, Mary Tyler Moore, Sidney Lumet, Don Hewitt, Ted Turner, David Brinkley and Dan Rather. 

We concurrently worked in close collaboration with "Café Digital", overseeing field production in NY and LA for this Discovery Channel series that focused on current trends in science, technology and the (then) emerging internet.   Viceroy provided production services for the History Channel's "10 Days that Changed History", under the direction of Academy Award winner, James Moll and partnered with Academy Award winner June Beallor on 4 documentaries for the Democratic National Convention.  

We came aboard as Executive Producer for Ted Cieselski's "My Empire" a lyrical experimental film chosen to screen at the Tribeca Film Festival.  That same year, we co-produced  the Sarah Singh documentary, "The Sky Below", a multi award winning film about the devastating and lasting consequences of the partition of India/Pakistan.  On a lighter note, we helped launch The Onion News Network under the direction of Will Graham and provided field production for HGTV in over 6 US cities.

Recently, we executive produced and negotiated distribution for "Breach", a feature documentary directed by Jonny Zwick that focuses on the illegal whale trade in Iceland.