Thomas D. Adelman

Thomas D. Adelman

Producer and Screenwriter

Los Angeles, California

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About Thomas

Thomas D. Adelman has had a distinguished career as a Producer. As the Senior Producer/Director for New York City’s Group W Cable, Mr. Adelman won ten cable ACE Awards and numerous medals at International film festivals. He was also nominated for an Emmy award for directing a classical music performance series with the Juilliard School. As the Senior Line Producer/Director of Delilah Films, Mr. Adelman worked on such illustrious music films as Taylor Hackford’s “Hail Hail Rock N Roll” and “Roy Orbison’s Black & White Night”. Mr. Adelman was President of Production for Indie pioneer Cineville in the mid nineties and oversaw the development and production of over ten award winning Independent motion pictures. He worked in an executive production capacity on films such as “The Usual Suspects” and “Murder In The First”. Mr. Adelman went on to direct a Reggae Special for HBO/Cinemax which was filmed on the island of Jamaica. In the late nineties, Mr. Adelman went on to produce for companies such as Spyglass, USA Network, Cinemax, ABC, Paramount Classics and others. Mr. Adelman worked with the great playwrite Arthur Miller and Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York to bring Miller’s novel “Focus” to the screen for Paramount Classics. Since 2002, Mr. Adelman has been Senior Vice President of Feature Production for Handmade Films and produced the award winning movies “Eloise At The Plaza” and “Eloise At Christmastime” starring Dame Julie Andrews. Mr. Adelman is the Associate Producer of the forthcoming Sony animated feature release “Planet 51”. Mr. Adelman is a Producer on the forthcoming feature films, “Eloise In Paris”, “Mona Lisa”, “George’s Diner”, “Eloise In Africa” (Animated). He is currently working on his first screenplay which he intends to direct which examines the damage brought on by the Holocaust on contemporary innocent victims of that dark episode of the 20th century.

A graduate of New York University’s School Of The Arts, Mr. Adelman makes his home in Los Angeles, California.

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