Emmy Nominated & Multi-Award-Winning Producer Stephanie Bell
We adore Stephanie. Stephanie is an Emmy nominated & multi-award-winning producer and line producer with over 25 years of experience in film, TV, stage & digital content. Her films (both features and shorts) have screened in over 75 film festivals worldwide, garnering more than 50 awards, including 14 for “Best Feature.”
Stephanie’s goal is to tell daring and provocative stories that spark a dialogue about the human condition and how our actions impact it.
Stephanie is a Producer’s Guild of America member and the founding partner of two production companies, BelLipoma Entertainment and HatLine Production. Stephanie is also an adjunct professor at College of the Desert in Palm Springs, CA, teaching producing and production management. She also serves as a casting director through her casting company, 2 Tall Dames, based in Palm Springs.
In addition to her teaching, Stephanie has served as a mentor to high school and college students in the Coachella Valley. As a member of the Palm Springs Women in Film & TV (PSWIFT), Stephanie served as Co-Chair of the Events Committee. Stephanie also has a background in business and legal affairs, having worked at Paramount Picture, Interscope Communications, and Franchise Pictures.
Before producing films, Stephanie produced over 30 plays in Los Angeles, working as an Artistic Director of Sacred Fools Theatre Company and as the Managing Director of Ensemble Studio Theatre-LA.
Stephanie began her career in the entertainment industry as an actress, performing Off-Broadway and regionally. She had the honor of studying in New York City under the Oscar-winning director, Mike Nichols.
The company has numerous projects currently in development. I think you will see some upcoming jobs from Stephanie and HatLine productions right here on Krewbook.com very soon.
You can check out Stephanie’s work on Krewbook.com and the following websites.
Mischa Marcus and Stephanie Bell from the film “I am still here.”
“I Am Still Here” is one of the most disturbing must-see films in the San Francisco Black Film Festival – a horror film about the sex trafficking of children. According to the filmmakers, although it is a work of cinematic fiction, it is based on real events.
My daughters, nieces, sisters, cousins, sons, brothers, and non-related family – everybody is susceptible to being kidnapped and trafficked, either for sex or their organs. It’s a crazy, sick world we live in, with a lot of money behind these pedophile kidnapping murderers. Remember, this happens all over the world.
Watch “I Am Still Here” Trailer:
Watch “Inverse” Trailer: