Bill Bindley is the co-founder of Gulfstream Pictures, a film and television production company based at Warner Bros. studios. The company’s recent films include “The Nut Job,” “Mother’s Day,” and “Blended.”  They recently signed an exclusive television deal with Warner Bros. TV, where they are developing series based on the films “Dirty Harry” and “The Lost Boys.”  Prior to forming Gulfstream, Bindley worked as a studio screenwriter and film director for more than 20 years.

An Indianapolis native, Bindley grew up a Pacer fan during the team’s ABA heyday.  His father, William E. Bindley, led the ownership group, and his uncle, Jim Bindley, was the team’s General Manager. In addition to his work with Dropping Dimes, he also serves on the Board of the US Ski Team and US Snowboard.