Jill A. Hargrave

Jill A. Hargrave

President at EagleVision Productions, Inc.
Producer, Screenwriter, Actor, Script Supervisor and Singer

Vero Beach, Florida

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April 2020
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About Jill

Jill A. Hargrave is a documentary producer and fundraiser. She majored in Journalism at Pace University’s White Plains campus and started her career in broadcasting as a member of the acclaimed documentary team at WCBS-TV's “Eye On New York.” Hargrave moved to California and worked for NBC’s daytime variety show “Fantasy” as its script supervisor. Then she returned to the NY/NJ area. Hargrave worked as a news writer for ABC NewsOne for two years before taking a documentary producer position with New Jersey Network Public Television (NJN). For over 18 years, Hargrave produced many regional Emmy-nominated documentaries for NJN, including “Myths of Aging,” “The Candidates” and “Cutting Edge New Jersey.” Then Hargrave joined the NJN Foundation in 2005 and raised funds that enabled other NJN producers to make documentaries. Hargrave is a member of the Writers Guild of America, East.

Since Governor Chris Christie and the State of New Jersey closed down NJN Public Television in June 2011, Hargrave moved to Florida. She continues to raise funds and produce projects as founder of EagleVision Productions, Inc. – a nonprofit production company. EagleVision Productions, Inc. has just finished its sixth and final season for NJTV’s “On the Record with Michael Aron” called “Governors’ Perspectives with Kent Manahan.”

Hargrave is currently in the research, development and fundraising stage for a documentary project that will tell the story of the formative years of the American Revolution (1776/1777) in readiness for the 250th Anniversary of this nation in 2026. She also is working on several screenplays to hone her writing skills as a screenwriter. The Big Apple Film Festival Screenplay Competition – 2019 Summer Edition named one of her screenplays a semi-finalist.

Unique traits: I was a pop singer in the Sixties in England with my sister. We recorded on the Parlaphone label and toured England performing in theatre clubs and holiday resorts, as well as entertaining American troops on their bases in France and Germany. In 1983, I was the script supervisor for 'Fantasy" - an NBC daytime variety show hosted by Peter Marshall and Leslie Uggams. Since I moved to Florida 7 years ago, I have performed in several musicals for our local community theater, The Vero Beach Theatre Guild. I also raise funds for the Theatre through applying for grants and finding sponsors for its plays and musicals. Of course, this is on hold at the moment so my main focus is rewriting my screenplay,, "The Bottom Line" and writing a screenplay for "The Two Shades."

Loglines

  • Unsung Hero of the American Revolution - Revision #1

    Unsung Hero of the American Revolution - Revision #1 Budget: $30M+ | Historical Biography This true story covers the crucial role Colonel John Glover played when 30,000 British troops land in America to crush the rebellion in 1776. Teetering on the brink of defeat, Glover saves Washington’s Continental Army from annihilation, which leads to a major victory in their fight for liberty.  

  • The Bottom Line - Revision #1

    The Bottom Line - Revision #1 Budget: $10M - $30M | Romance Drama When a narcissistic billionaire acquires a TV Network in 1988 and threatens to bust the news team’s union unless they produce “infotainment” over fact-based news, the News Anchor suddenly finds himself fighting to save his news team’s jobs and their journalistic integrity. 

  • Fields of Grace

    Fields of Grace Budget: $10M - $30M | Historical Romance When a clairvoyant ingénue achieves fame in 1930s London and falls into a complex romance with her Jewish Manager, she experiences a horrific vision forewarning the Holocaust, believes his life is in danger and tries to convince him not to stage “Hamlet” in Hitler’s Berlin during the 1936 Olympics.

  • The Bottom Line

    The Bottom Line Budget: $10M - $30M | Romance Drama A Network News Anchor, with a bad boy image, wants to rekindle a romance with his producer, but finds himself fighting to save her job and his news team’s journalistic integrity when a narcissistic billionaire acquires the Network in 1988 and demands they produce “infotainment” over fact-based news, or he’ll bust the news team’s union.

  • The Two Shades

    The Two Shades Budget: $10M - $30M | Music Drama When a rambunctious, naive teenager muscles in on her sister’s singing career in Sixties England, sparks fly and resentments build as she succumbs to the seductive excesses of the Rock’n Roll lifestyle, ends up pregnant and must choose to re-evaluate her life or continue her downward spiral into oblivion.

  • Unsung Hero of the American Revolution

    Unsung Hero of the American Revolution Budget: $30M+ | Historical Biography This is the true story of the crucial role Colonel John Glover and his Marblehead militia played in the American Revolution, which saves Washington’s Continental Army three times from annihilation in 1776. Teetering on the brink of utter defeat, Glover’s men row Washington’s troops across the Delaware to victory on Christmas night, breathing new life into their fight for liberty.

  • Charles Dickens - The Formative Years

    Charles Dickens - The Formative Years Budget: $10M - $30M | Historical Biography From an idyllic childhood in Kent to working in a London factory at twelve, Charles Dickens's formative years are fraught with highs and lows. Deprived of a formal education, Dickens turns to journalism to earn a living. Heartbroken when his first love rejects him, Dickens throws himself into writing and at twenty-five publishes the “Pickwick Papers” that catapults him to fame. The rest is history. 

Credits

  • Producer

    Producer (1988 - 2010)
    Television by NJN Public Television Several Award Winning and Regional Emmy-nominated documentaries. See bio/resume for list.

Awards

  • NJ Broadcasters Assn. - Best of the Best Public Affairs
    (2004)

  • Philadelphia Press Award - First Place TV Magazine Feature
    (2000)

  • Philadelphia Press Award - First Place TV Magazine Feature
    (1996)

  • 7 NATAS - Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award Nominations (See resume)
    (1989)

Education

  • Pace University of White Plains, NY
    (1976-1979)

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