Jeffrey Soros is co-CEO of Los Angeles Media Fund. Prior to LAMF, Soros ran Considered Entertainment, which produced the Emmy-nominated documentary A Small Act, Warren Beatty’s critically acclaimed dramedy Rules Don’t Apply and Basmati Blues, a musical shot in India starring Brie Larson. In 2012, Jeffrey co-founded LAMF, which has grown to develop, produce and finance film, TV, theater and live events. Projects include the narrative films Shirley, Juliet, Naked, Summertime; the documentaries Some Kind of Heaven, United Skates, Legacy: The True Story of the Lakers; the Tony award-winning revival of Oklahoma!, and the Central Park installation of DiscOasis. Upcoming film projects include Magazine Dreams, directed by Elijah Bynum and starring Jonathan Majors, Cora Bora directed by Hannah Utt and starring Meg Stalter, and Rob Peace, directed by Chiwetel Ejiofor starring Jay Will, Mary J. Blige, Camila Cabello and Mr. Ejiofor. LAMF has two subsidiaries: Invent TV, which produces unscripted shows such as the Oprah Winfrey specials, and LAMF Sports Management, which represents numerous professional basketball and football players.
Soros also serves as President of The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, President Emeritus of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chair of Almanack Screenwriters, Trustee Emeritus and former Chair of the Creative Capital Foundation, and Trustee of the Music Center Foundation.