Jordan Yale Levine
A member of the Producers Guild of America, and the President of Yale Productions, Jordan Yale Levine has made a strong name for himself in the entertainment industry. Jordan is responsible for the producing, financing and/or distribution of over a twenty feature films, including “Petunia,” starring Brittany Snow, Thora Birch, and Eddie Kaye Thomas; “Addiction: A 60’s Love Story,” starring Ian Harding, Evanna Lynch, and Carol Kane; “Black Limousine,” starring David Arquette, Bijou Phillips and Vivica A. Fox; “Wreckage,” starring Aaron Paul, Scoot McNairy and Cameron Richardson; “He’s Way More Famous Than You,” starring Michael Urie, Jesse Eisenberg, and Ben Stiller; and more. Upcoming releases that Jordan produced include “Jack Goes Home,” starring Rory Culkin, Britt Robertson, and Nikki Reed; “Love on the Run,” starring Frances Fisher, Steve Howey, and Annaleigh Ashford; and “My First Miracle,” starring Sean Patrick Flanery and Quinton Aaron. Most recently, Jordan has completed producing his latest feature, “King Cobra,” starring James Franco, Christian Slater, Keegan Allen, and Garrett Clayton, which is currently in post production.
Scott Levenson began his career working in administrative positions for top entertainment companies including Creative Artists Agency and HBO. In the past two years he has Produced and Executive produced eight feature films which have featured some of the industry’s top talent including Ben Stiller, Jesse Eisenberg, Britt Robertson, Brittany Snow and Rory Culkin. Scott is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America, BAFTA and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Scott recently produced his latest feature “King Cobra” starring James Franco, Christian Slater, Garrett Clayton and Alicia Silverstone.
Jon began his movie career as an entertainment journalist. During this first phase of his career, he published over three hundred movie-related articles and interviews, and edited two books on the history of horror films.
Jon then moved into feature film production as a successful director and screenwriter. Among his credits are American Nightmare (director/writer), Suburban Nightmare (director/writer), Hallow’s End (director), Mad Bad (director), Phobia (director), The Harrowing (director/writer), Odd Man Out (co-producer), Living & Dying (director/writer) and Fall Down Dead (director). Of the later two, Living & Dying was released to the European theatrical market through Warner Bros. and domestically by HBO Video. Fall Down Dead also had an international theatrical release through Warner Bros., a U.S. limited theatrical release, and a television release via Lionsgate. 2015 will also see the release of Nightmare Box, the nine-time festival film selection, which has won four Best Movie awards and numerous additional titles. Jon also just directed the crime thriller Element starring Michael Ironside and Steven Michael Quezada of Breaking Bad.
Jon is an Academy Award Semi-Finalist with his short film, Angela’s Body. Jon directed and produced with Matthew Tompkins the award winning steampunk short film The Mechanical Grave (currently playing on the Shorts International cable station worldwide) and produced the web series Exposed for The WB. Jon is currently directing and producing the supernatural horror movie, The Harrowing.
Brandon Baker got his start in New York working on feature films such as High Art and Fait Accompli, learning both the practical and creative aspects of the business. From there he dabbled as an assistant sound engineer at Broadway Video, but it was not until he moved to Los Angeles in 2000 that he really found his stride. While in L.A., Baker worked in the sales & acquisitions department at Myriad Pictures from 2000 to 2003, acquainting himself with domestic distributors, foreign buyers and the film markets & festivals. Following that he did sales and acquisitions for MonteCristo Entertainment, Boll AG and VMI while in New York.
Baker returned to New York in 2005 and began to independently produce feature films as well as represent films for distribution plus he started up his own domestic video label – Mystic Pictures. Brandon has produced the feature films Fall Down Dead, Living & Dying, Hallow’s End, and Bachelor Party Massacre. Some of the films he has secured distribution and/or sales agent deals for are Backcountry (TIFF selection), He Never Died (SXSW selection), King Cobra, Jack Goes Home, Wicked Blood, Chlorine, Love N’ Dancing, The Alphabet Killer, Southern Belles, Good Day for It, The Killing Jar, The Attic, The Kill Hole, Matt’s Chance, Theresa is a Mother, Nightmare Box and American Nightmare. Brandon was an associate producer on BloodRayne, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, and The Killing Jar. He executive produced Backcountry, King Cobra, Jack Goes Home, The Alphabet Killer and Good Day For It; co-produced He Never Died, Wicked Blood, A Beautiful Life and Love ‘n Dancing. To this day, Mr. Baker has produced, repped, acquired, sold, and distributed more than 100 feature films in his 15-year entertainment career.