Julia Jones Managing Director, East Coast Pictures, LLC
Ms Jones has a 30-year career writing, developing and financing films. Her original screenplay, Discretion Assured, was released in 1994 and starred Michael York and Jennifer O'Neill. In 2004, she wrote and produced In The Face of Evil: The Epic Struggle of Ronald Reagan with writing partner, Stephen K. Bannon. A year later, she founded East Coast Pictures LLC to develop and produce independent film. In 2006, Robert Guillaume staged a reading of her rap adaptation of Shakespeare's Coriolanus at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles. In 2008, she and Mr. Bannon also adapted the New York Times best-selling book Left to Tell: Finding God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust by Immaculee Ilibagiza for Academy Award winning producer, Steve McEveety (The Passion of the Christ, Brave Heart). She has served as creative consultant to Bannon Films, Genius Products, Inc. and Affinity Media in Los Angeles. She was co-writer with Steve Bannon for 17 years. A member of the Writers Guild of America West, Ms Jones has an honors degree from Harvard in English Literature.
Amy Carpenter Scott is the Owner/Producer of Creatrix films. She was the original co-founder of East Coast Pictures in 2005, working with Julia Jones on her rap adaptation of Shakespeare's Coriolanus and the Ioan Culianu project, Eros Magic & Murder. In 2010, she started her own production company, Creatrix Films where she is currently in pre-production on the independent film, A Four-Sided Bed, with author Elizabeth Searle, based on Searle's novel by the same name. She is Executive Producer of the short film, Four-Sided, based on the novel, currently in festival submission. Ms. Scott attended Denison University where she majored in film. She was a student member of the Producers Guild of America East and studied film production at NYU.
James Ulmer is International Editor of Cinema Without Borders, reporting on product, talent and activities at film festivals and markets around the world. His 20-year journalistic career includes writing for Variety, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and The Observer in London. He was international editor and columnist for eight years at The Hollywood Reporter where he created The Ulmer Scale: James Ulmer's Hollywood Hot List - The Complete Guide to Star Ranking. The Ulmer Scale, based on the film industry publications he created at The Hollywood Reporter — the Actors Hot List and the Directors Hot List — have become the industry's most reliable tools for measuring global value and bankability of stars and directors.
Patricia Pelham-Clinton-Hope is an actress with a strong background in music. She was born in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) and grew up in England where she studied acting at the Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol. First cast in John Schlesinger’s Far from the Madding Crowd, she moved to Los Angeles in 1970 and spent the 70s in the music business, on the road with Delaney & Bonnie and Friends and Eric Clapton; Fleetwood Mac; Dave Mason; and Donovan. In Los Angeles, she was mentored by John
Cassavettes and Peter Bogdanovich. Her
films include The Killing of
a Chinese Bookie, Nicklelodeon
Billy Squire is Director of Ransom Note Productions where he oversees corporate events and national tours for performers. He is
also Director of Video Content at UR Business Network in Cambridge,
Massachusetts, serving as their on‐location videographer and documentary
director. From 1999-2009, Mr. Squire worked as Media Coordinator with
Sky TV and Mediaworks in New Zealand, supervising system content. He also worked at
The Radio Network in New Zealand as a Voiceover Artist and
Jonas Miller studied at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, with a special interest in film, media and business. He was awarded Best Inside Sales Representative by UPS in Europe before beginning his graduate studies. His Master's thesis is on information architecture and how it relates to recipients and users. Mr Miller is currently advising East Coast Pictures with its next phase of development. He is a member of the Danish Film Academy.
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