Jeff Marchelletta

As an actor and producer, Jeff’s passion is great story telling. Jeff studied script analysis for many years in both NYC and LA with such renowned teachers as New York Times bestselling author Larry Moss, whom he still studies with today. Jeff has produced a variety of projects including features, documentaries, theater, music videos and more. Jeff produced Ringers: Lord of the Fans, narrated by Dominic Monaghan and won the Outstanding Achievement Award in Filmmaking at the 2005 Newport Beach Film festival. Ringers was released worldwide by Sony Pictures and received a 2006 Saturn Award Nomination. In 2010 Jeff produced and directed a music video Shake That released in 2011 for a Grammy Listed indie artist. Also in 2011 Jeff executive produced Without, an award winning narrative feature written and directed by Mark Jackson (War Story) which took the international film festival circuit by storm and was called “Stunningly evocative” by Variety. Without was nominated for a Gotham Award and is a recipient of a 2012 Indie Spirit Award. In 2013 Jeff produced This Last Lonely Place, the first of two films from Humphrey’s Bogarts revived production company, which had a successful Kickstarter campaign and won the Special Jury Prize for Cinematography at the 2014 Newport Beach Film Festival. Jeff also executive produced Uncertain Terms a critically acclaimed feature written and directed by Nathan Silver (Thirst Street) that premiered at the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival and had its international premiere at the 2014 Edinburgh Film Festival where it received a Best International Feature Film Nomination. Jeff also produced the second film from the estate of Humphrey Bogart The White Orchid which is in post-production. Jeff currently has a few character-driven film projects in development.