Our offices are in association with Hollywood Burbank Studios in Burbank, which we have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
60x25x11 White, Pre-Rigged Infinity Cove
40x30x12 Pre-Rigged Green Screen room
Post Production Editing Suite
Gated Parking Lot
Kitchen Hair and Make-Up Room with 2 changes rooms
.5 miles from Bob Hope Airport
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Head of Development/COO
Jason Sordia is a producer based in Los Angeles, CA and is the CEO and Founder of Resilient Pictures and Entertainment. Jason started producing films in the Art of Visual Storytelling taught by USC professor Miles Watkins. The first film he produced, Battle Scars, won the Audience Choice award at the GI Film festival. He co-produced the full length feature film, Hollywood I’m Sorry, and is currently in post-production for the thriller feature film, Boogey-Man. He has completed the prestigious Act One Producer and Entertainment Executive Program.
Jason is also the brand ambassador for the We the Project (WTP), a new online entertainment platform for filmmakers to make their projects come to life. In his spare time, Jason has been creating a youth advocate program named “D.A.W.G”- Doing Away with Gangs. This program will work with juvenile kids to become filmmakers by helping then turn their aggression and passions into the artwork of films. Jason is also in talks to work with the organization Single Moms Planet, which helps mentor kids living with a single mother and providing them with a helping hand.
Marc Clebanoff is an award winning writer, producer and director. A USC graduate, he started his career at 20th Century Fox TV before transitioning into a feature development position at USA Films (now Focus Features) under producer Gail Mutrux and director Neil Labute. In 2004 he launched his own company Odyssey Motion Pictures under which he produced numerous globally distributed films and worked with iconic talent including Mickey Rooney, David Carradine, Malcolm McDowell, Michael Madsen, Charles Durning and Dennis Hopper. Clebanoff spent three years consulting on the Quentin Tarantino produced biker film Hell Ride, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009.
In recent years Marc produced the TV pilot Elwood starring Ron Perlman and Michael Rooker, as well as the crime drama Stakeout starring Oscar Nominee Tom Berenger. He wrote and is producing Asbury Park, a 1974 period film starring Oscar Winner Joe Pesci, and recently directed the TV show Stripped starring Casper Van Dien, which is currently negotiating a full first season with NBC’s streaming platform Peacock. Marc also recently produced and released Girl Lost: A Hollywood Story, the follow up film to the 2018 indie hit film Girl Lost, which his company globally distributed. Marc's company Odyssey Motion Pictures, which he co-manages with his producing partner, globally renowned actor Louis Mandylor, is a reputable global sales agent that annually exhibits at 4-5 film markets. OMP has brokered hundreds of licensing agreements across 50+ feature films in over 100 countries and key clients include Lionsgate, Fox, Netflix, Showtime and Sony. Marc has also consulted for AAA media companies such as Activision/Blizzard, Universal Music Group and ITV America
Vice President of Strategic Sales and Branding
Ron Harrison is a veteran in domestic and international television and film production and has extensive experience in selling television programming for prime time and prime access syndication as a sales executive and general manager with Glendale Studios and Gas Money Pictures. He has developed revenue streams in all areas of major television network sales and national syndication of first run game shows like the iconic Tic-Tac Dough, Jokers Wild and Sale of the Century franchises. His skills of using technological sales research advances coupled with the top creative team of Writers, Producers, Cinematographers, Editors in Hollywood make him to be an essential asset. This hands-on experience includes success in major television network programming sales, first run national Television programming syndication sales, off network Television programming sales, top 150 Television Domestic ADI markets, independent and sports Television commercial sales, national Television and film sound stage and post production sales, national infomercial production, product-package development, major national high value barter product media placement and merchandise promotion for national and international clients.
His position at the studio is a tremendous opportunity to bring his long time relationships and contacts with major studios, major networks streaming platforms, production companies such as NBC Universal, CBS Network, ABC Network, Netflix, Apple TV, Paramount, Warner Brothers, Disney, Sony, Amazon, HBO MAX, NBC's Peacock, Facebook Streaming, Hulu Streaming, and all programming content and media platforms. With his successful track record of cutting edge creative sales in securing strategic partnerships and elevating strong sales platforms.
Philip T. McCabe is an attorney specializing in independent film and television development, production, and distribution. He represents independent producers in negotiating and structuring financing, production, acquisition, distribution, and intellectual property agreements. Philip also represents writers and other independent entertainment professionals, helping them navigate legal challenges and hurdles while focusing on their own creative aspirations and talents. Philip’s work in motion pictures encompasses not just his experience providing production legal services at all stages, but also in physical production; Philip has written and and produced numerous short films and music videos, as well as working with Oscar-nominated writer/director Benh Zeitlin and Court 13 Productions.
Philip uses his experience in the practical realities of film production to offer informed, fact-based advice and recommendations to clients. Prior to setting up his own practice, Philip was an associate attorney with KarolWilliams PC, a boutique law firm, providing legal services for film, television, distribution and acquisitions, health and wellness, and other entrepreneurs. Philip holds a JD from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, with a focus in entertainment and intellectual property law. During his time at Law School, he volunteered his services to numerous organizations, including work on immigration asylum cases and providing US Military veterans with legal aid. Prior to law school, Philip received a BA in Broadcast Production from Loyola University New Orleans.
Executive and Development Administrator
Anastasia Burnett studied Theatre and Communications just outside of Chicago where she produced, directed, wrote, choreographed and acted in several one acts, projects and full length stage productions. Shortly after her move to Los Angeles, a 6-week acting intensive led by Broadway alum and Golden Globe nominated actress, Diane Venora, led to more opportunities with acting, including short films, children’s theatre, and a company membership at an award-winning theatre in North Hollywood.
Recently she graduated from the prestigious Producing and Hollywood Executive program at ActOne where she was taught and mentored by top Hollywood producers, writers and executives. She is currently working with development executives at Thunderbolt Pictures and is in post-production as a co-producer on the full length feature film, Boogey-Man, in addition to developing several short films