Joe Wiggins - Creative Executive, Intrigue Entertainment
Ran Aubrey Frazer - Manager, Authentic Talent & Literary Management
Kelly Hayes - Producer,
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Joe Wiggins is a Creative Executive with Intrigue Entertainment, a Santa Monica-based film and television production company founded in 2009 by Tariq Jalil, dedicated to producing outstanding, engaging and occasionally poignant film and television programming.
They most recently produced "Game of Silence" for NBC and currently have a dozen television projects set up around town. Intrigue is in development on "Hail Mary" and "Paperhanger" with ABC, "Blowback" & "Braunschlag" with The CW, "Elements" with USA & co-produced with Amblin Entertainment, "Dr Illegal" & "Lynch" with CBS, "Ouro" with FX, "Dealers of Lightining" with History Channel & co-produced with eOne, "Einstein", with Universal Television Studios, and more!
They are already in development on BOOK OF LEO set up at Universal Pictures (Sean William Scott set to star), CAMDEN packaged with Laurence Fishburne and set up with The Exchange (OBVIOUS CHILD), INTRUSION set up at MGM slated for production, and THE GUN SHOW spec was recently sold to Paramount Pictures.
Wiggins worked for manager/producer Sukee Chew (JESUS HENRY CHRIST, DARK TIDE) and casting director Nancy Nayor (ROAD TRIP, THE GRUDGE, SCREAM 4) before joining Intrigue in early 2012.
Joe looks for Half-hour Comedy series and Light One-hour dramas series like "FLIGHT ATTENDANT" and High Concept Horror, Sci-Fi, Action/Comedy.
An acting student in performing arts schools outside Baltimore, Ran Aubrey Frazier graduated magna cum laude from Yale University in Film Studies and Theater Studies, before matriculating at Harvard Law School, where he was the Coordinating Editor, Outreach Editor, and Diversity Chair of the Harvard Law Review.
After several years practicing as a corporate attorney in New York City, Ran ventured West to The Golden State, where he is a Steering Committee Member of UNICEF's Next Generation L.A., the Co-Chair of GLAAD's L.A. Leadership Council, and a freelance writer on Media Affairs for The Advocate. He is also a talent and literary manager, representing actors, writers, non-scripted personalities, and Millennial multi-hyphenates at Authentic, a singular management company committed to making the world a better place. Authentic reps high profile actors and filmmakers.
Kelly Hayes is an independent producer and development executive working in feature films and television. He recently produced Mope, starring David Arquette and Max Adler, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.
He was instrumental in the development and sale of Boys Are Stupid Throw Rocks At Them at Universal. He developed the Blacklist script Doppelgängers, written by Evan and Shea Mirzai. Kelly is currently producing the feature film Spiral and developing numerous other projects.
In television, Kelly has led the sale of numerous projects such as "Thunderballs" at Spike, "Black Girls Are Easy" at VH1, and Glory Daze" at TBS. He produced the Fox Digital series "Bad Samaritans", which is streaming on Netflix.
Before becoming an independent producer, Kelly worked as the Director of Development at Grace Hill Media and for The Walt Becker Company as the Director of Development and Production, where he was involved in the development and sale of projects to Universal. Kelly was also an Associate Producer on the Walt Disney Studios film Old Dogs starring John Travolta and Robin Williams.
Beth is interested in action and thriller feature scripts of any budget range!
Millennium Films is one of the largest and longest running independent film companies and currently finances and produces up to 10 films a year.
Beth started her film career working at ICM, International Creative Management. After a year at the agency, Beth went on to work for a foreign sales company, Omega Entertainment. From there, she secured a position at Peter Block’s film production company, A Bigger Boat. At A Bigger Boat, Beth worked in development for 3 years, most notably on House at the End of the Street directed by Mark Tonderai and on projects such as John Carpenter’s The Ward and Adam Green’s Frozen.
Currently, Beth is serving as the Director of Development at Millennium Films where, under the tutelage of President of Millennium Films, Mark Gill, she has had the immense privilege of developing and packaging high profile projects such as Olympus Has Fallen, The Expendables franchise, Texas Chainsaw 3D, Homefront, Lovelace and Iceman.
During her tenure, Millennium Films has produced and financed 19 films and has over 30 projects in various stages of development. Millennium is currently developing the first female version of The Expendables tentatively titled The Expenda-Belles; and recently released the action thriller Criminal.
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Jarrod Murray is a partner at Epicenter. His clients have sold pilots to Fox, CBS, CW, Spike, Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, and Netflix. He also has clients staffed on Once Upon a Time, Nashville, and Rush Hour. Before opening up his own management company, Jarrod was the head of development at PCH Films, where he oversaw the production company's slate. He also served as the creative executive of Adelstein Productions where he set up spec script Hanna at Focus Features and The Necklace at Fox Searchlight.
Jarrod has clients staffed on:
Jarrod is currently pitching a project with Amblin Entertainment, and they have a pending series pickup at Netflix. Director Jay Chandrasekhar (Super Troopers) is attached to direct an animated pilot of one of his clients. Rough House is attached to produce a feature from one of his clients as well. Their client Owen Egerton’s script The Boy was on this year’s Black List.
Here are some projects that Jarrod's clients are working on:
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