Jeffrey Soros is co-CEO of the Los Angeles Media Fund. Prior to LAMF, Soros ran Considered Entertainment, which produced the Emmy-nominated documentary A Small Act, Warren Beatty’s critically acclaimed dramedy Rules Don’t Apply and Basmati Blues, a musical shot in India and starring Brie Larson. Co-founding LAMF in 2012, since this time he has produced or executive produced multiple film projects, including: Juliet, Naked, The Space Between Us, The Bye Bye Man, and Step Sisters, and the documentaries, Shot in the Dark and United Skates.
LAMF also has two companies dedicated to unscripted television with shows on Bravo, HBO, OWN, BET, Animal Planet, Facebook Watch, and Snapchat. Soros is currently producing Shirley a psychological thriller directed by Josephine Decker and starring Elisabeth Moss, Michael Stuhlbarg, Odessa Young and Logan Lerman as well as The Exchange, directed by Dan Mazer. Mr. Soros is the president of the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, President Emeritus of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and a trustee of the Creative Capital Foundation.