Paul Schiff began his career as a documentary cameraman before segueing into directing for MTV where he was on staff for four years during the early days of the cable channel. After four successful years at MTV, Paul began working with Joe Roth, a feature film executive. Roth hired him to associate produce "Streets of Gold" and produce "Coupe De Ville." Schiff then became VP of Production under Roth at Morgan Creek Productions where he developed "Young Guns" and its sequel "Young Guns II". After Roth became Chairman of 20th Century Fox, Schiff joined him and worked seven years at Fox producing such films as "My Cousin Vinny," "The Vanishing." After Fox, Schiff reteamed with Roth at Disney where he produced Wes Anderson's film "Rushmore." He continued his long-standing affiliation with Roth at the exec's new production firm, Revolution Studios, where he produced "Maid in Manhattan" and "Mona Lisa Smile." Schiff recently produced "My All-American" set to release November 13th, an inspirational sports drama starring Finn Wittrock and Aaron Eckhart.