As a serial entrepreneur, Ofir has created a dozen companies in the Media, Hi-Tech and non-profit worlds. Among them, Ofir was the founder and CEO of SQRiBE Software, Chairman of Brio Software (today Hyperion Solutions) and Managing Partner of Wingspring LLC. SQRiBE and Brio became leaders in the software industry, and won many awards, including "one of the 50's fastest growing companies in the Silicon Valley."
In the non-profit world, Ofir is an active member of YPO, the Young Presidents' Organization, and the Chairman of PAN (Peace Action Network), which is dedicated to inspire business people across the world to take an active role in global affairs related to cultural and cross-border conflict resolutions, as well as environmental, health, and educational concerns.
From his high school days throughout his professional career, Ofir has had a passion for filmmaking. At Tomori Films, he combines his love of filmmaking with his depth of business experience and a commitment to devote his career to make the world a better place for our children.
Tomori Films’ Head of Development is Paul Largan who has worked in the past as a Writer, Film Producer and Creative Entrepreneur.
He began by writing and developing film scripts and producing short films and was then hired by Northern Ireland Screen to be the Executive Producer of their short film series for a period of three years. As an entrepreneur, he created the Made in Northern Ireland showcase in New York and Los Angeles funding around £100,000 from state and private sources (eg: Northern Ireland Tourist Board and Bushmills Whiskey) to stage three annual week long events with filmmakers and industry decision makers present at each screening. After producing several award-winning short films, Largan completed his first feature film ‘Johnny Was ’ which premiered at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival and received distribution in the USA, UK and other major territories in 2007.
He enjoys good professional relationships with the main funding agencies in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland and has excellent personal relationships with producers from Germany, France, and the United States. He has benefited from training financed by the European Union’s MEDIA initiative, both as a Script Editor through MEDIA programme funded activity such as Arista and Moonstone and also as a producer at the Film Business School in Ronda, Spain, which focused on financial planning and legal aspects of coproduction.
At Tomori Films, Paul is responsible for quality assurance, meeting strict development scheduling deadlines and maintaining excellent relationships with writing and directing talent.