(NewsUSA) - Gordon Scott Venters thrives on challenges. As CEO of The Movie Studio (TMS) in Hollywood -- that's Florida, not L.A. --he's been in the entertainment industry for more than 20 years and has carved out a career where others have failed. Venters' resume reads like a who's who of Hollywood (California), where he was president, CEO and director of Destination Television, now TMS. While Venters has a soft spot for the West Coast, he is betting that, unlike California, South Florida will become the premier destination to produce motion pictures. "The energy is completely different here than in California, and making movies in Florida has some terrific advantages," said Venters. "The visual landscape is stunning from a cinematic standpoint, there are diversified places to shoot and great visual optics. That's the value proposition in Florida." It also doesn't hurt that the rich and famous work and play in the Sunshine State. As an undervalued publicly traded company, according to Venters, he knows that, although risky, there are huge opportunities for growth for TMS (OTC: MVES). "We want to give our followers, shareholders and supporters the chance to be a part of what we see as one of the newest hot studios providing full services in distribution, creativity and complete production from South Florida," Venters said. Currently, TMS has acquired Seven Arts Entertainment, which gives the South Florida-based company access to a movie library of 12 titles, including "Sleep When I'm Dead" with Clive Owens, "Johnny Pneumonic" with Keanu Reeves, and "A Shot At Glory" with Robert Duvall, among others. Additional libraries are under negotiation for acquisition. Venters says he plans to bundle these and more high-profile films with indie movies that the studio has produced, such as "Exposure" -- released on Netflix and on Amazon and in Walmart, Best Buy and Target. Other movies in the pipeline for TMS are "Bad Actress," "Double Exposure" and a new mob film "Mafia Wife," the tell-all all expose that finally reveals, according to the mafia wives whose husbands claimed they were there, who killed Jimmy Hoffa, why and how they disposed of the body (www.MafiaWifeTheMovie.com). The latter was cast by Ellen Jacoby. Jacoby has recently cast such major motion pictures as "Rock Of Ages" with Tom Cruise and "Change Of Heart" with Jim Belushi. The Movie Studio, Inc. is also involved with considering additional film projects, music videos, television shows and other intellectual properties. To learn more, visit www.TheMovieStudio.com.