Gregory Segal, sometimes credited as Greg Segal, is an independent movie producer and entertainment attorney. He has a number of films since 2003, including Marc Bennett's "Should've Been Romeo" starring Paul Ben Victor, Edward Asner, and Michael Rapaport, and writer-director Anthony Lover's multiple award-winning My Brother in 2006. He produced writer-director Scott Dacko's The Insurgents in 2007, which won the German Independence Award at the Oldenburg Film Festival. He acted as a production executive on David Wain's The Ten and co-executive produced T. Sean Shannon's comedy "Harold" with City Lights Entertainment.
He was a producer on Victor Garcia's unfilmed project, Slaughter. He is the creator and founder of the Slamdance Film Festival Horror Screenplay Competition, which the screenplay for Slaughter, written by Nathan Brookes and Bobby Lee Darby, won in January 2007. He had a company, Angel Baby Entertainment, with former business partner John Andrew Gallagher, which was to produce Slaughter with Mark Morgan and Cheri Wozniak of Madonna and Guy Oseary's Maverick Films.
From October 2014 through September 2015, he was president of Heretic Films.
Greg was the head of business affairs for the international sales company, Entertainment 7 during 2009–2010.
Greg is also a sales agent, through his sales agency, Heat Lightning, which also does motion picture financing.
Greg is a licensed attorney. He previously practiced tax law with Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft. He is a practicing attorney, now focusing on entertainment law. He holds an M.B.A. in Accounting from Union University and has a C.P.A.
Greg is the founder and director of the PictureStart Film Festival (aka the PictureStart Awards), formed in 2002 as the NYC Home Film Festival. It is a festival for short film presented annually in New York City (formerly semi-annually). It is now under the direction of Ben Arredondo.