Producer and former Warner Brothers Executive Joel Freeman, has formed a partnership with former Wall Street Banker Steven Jacobs
Producer and former Warner Brothers Executive Joel Freeman, has formed a partnership with former Wall Street Banker Steven Jacobs



Joel Freeman is a well-known, veteran producer, whose credentials include, former executive with Warner Brothers, Warner Seven Arts and producer at MGM. Joel possesses a multitude of successes in the film industry, which include two classic films, Shaft and Love at First Bite, which combined to gross over $100 Million. In addition, to his credit are also The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, Camelot, Music Man, and more...

Joel and former Wall Street Banker Steven Jacobs, who currently specializes in creative financing, have joined forces in this venture, also known as The Freeman Jacobs Company, (FJC). FJC is currently in talks with independent financial sources to ensure FJCís strength and continuum of Mr. Freemanís history of successes. The company will be reaching out to industry elites, from both sides of the track, to the likes of Richard Donner.

FJC possesses a slate of motion pictures and an arsenal of animation projects.

The banner will be opening with screenplays like Barnaby, Booker, Kiss My Keel, and Shattered Image (The King of Rock & Roll). The Freeman Jacobs Company, will be based Los Angeles, and is set to open its offices in the fall 2010.

The Freeman Jacobs Company will commence production in the Fall of 2010, with a motion picture entitled, Barnaby, written by Mark Oman and to be directed by Jerry London.

Joel has over 70 films banked to his credit. He is a true veteran of the industry. He has produced blockbuster hits such as Love at First Bite and critically acclaimed masterpieces, including The Heart is a Lonely Hunter.

Joelís previous positions encompass editor, assistant director, production manager, executive producer, producer and executive. His industry knowledge has contributed to some of the most prestigious awards in the film and television industries, such as the Producerís Guild of America, Charles Fitzsimmons Lifetime Membership, and the NAACP Image Award, which he won for Producer of the Year for the film Shaft. He also won the Directorís Guild of America Award for Bad Day at Black Rock. Shaft and The Music Man are a part of the Library of Congressí permanent collection. Visit Joel Freemanís website at www.joelfreemanproductions.com.





07.12.10