Julia Eisenman has joined EveryWhere Studios as SVP, Development to produce and oversee development for the company.
The newly-created position comes amid an expansion for EveryWhere, which recently partnered with the McLean Group’s Vancouver Film Studios to launch 50° North Productions (50° North), a Canadian-based television and film studio now with full in-house production capability. EveryWhere also is producing the recently announced Who Killed JonBenet? original movie for Lifetime, on which Eisenman is an executive producer.
Eisenman most recently served as CEO of Knit One Productions. Before that, she was President of Production for Endgame Entertainment where she oversaw development and production for numerous films, including the critically acclaimed An Education and Hotel Rwanda.
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“We are excited to have Julia with her incredibly creative vision and drive on our team, said EveryWhere Studios CEO and Partner Tom Mazza. “She will be instrumental in the development and production of our movies already underway at Lifetime and Hallmark as well as our drama series Date My Dad.”
EveryWhere Studios is a partnership between former founder and Chairman of Helifilms David Calvert-Jones, multi-Emmy and Peabody award winning producer Dan Angel, and veteran ex-Sony and Paramount Television executive, Mazza. EveryWhere’s slate of recent projects include Hallmark’s The Bridge, Lifetime’s My Sweet Audrina and Universal’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls.
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