Los Angeles Media Fund has a top-flight management team with decades of combined experience in entertainment, media and technology.

We have a reputation for moving quickly and decisively

Launched in 2014 by Jeffrey Soros and Simon Horsman, Los Angeles Media Fund is a multi-faceted entertainment company with a primary focus on the development, financing, and production of features, documentaries and television. We sponsor storytellers who create innovative content and challenge audiences. The firm also has several strategic investments with partners in scripted and unscripted television, live events, and recently launched a sports management firm.


In 2008, Jeffrey founded Considered Entertainment. There he produced the Emmy-nominated, Humanitas Prize-winning documentary A Small Act. Jeffrey also produced Rules Don’t Apply, written and directed by Warren Beatty, and Basmati Blues with Brie Larson. Since 2014, Jeffrey has been Co-CEO of Los Angeles Media Fund (LAMF), which is active in film, TV, music, and sports.

Jeffrey Soros


Simon has over 25 years of experience as a California (and UK) lawyer representing some of the world’s largest media and technology companies. In 2003, Simon served as VP and General Counsel of PriceGrabber, and was integrally involved with the company’s sale for $485M. Simon was the CEO of Future Films (US), at the time a major film finance company, where he raised funds and provided structured finance for independent films. Since 2014, Simon has been Co-CEO of the Los Angeles Media Fund, a full-service production and finance company. Simon is also a partner in Beyond Athlete Management, a sports agency representing numerous athletes, and Co-Chair of InventTV, a leading unscripted production company.

Simon Horsman


Alisa Tager is a veteran producer with projects in film, TV, music, and art, spanning four continents. She is widely recognized for her strategic and creative vision, bringing together diverse and unusual collaborations. Her film credits include Enemy at the Gates, Serenity and Cocaine Godmother. Other projects include Jay-Z concert footage at Barclays, Ryan Trecartin film and installation at Venice Biennale, and VR short films for Samsung.

Alisa Tager


Patrick has over 30 years of experience in finance, business affairs, strategic planning, and investment banking in film, television, and related media industries. He has been a senior finance and operations executive for a variety of entertainment companies including HBO, IMAX Corporation, and InterMedia Film/Equities, and has had a significant role in the financing, production, and distribution of over 50 film and television projects. Murray has a BA, MA, and MBA, all from UCLA.

Patrick Murray


Andrew Blau has twenty-four years of experience in film production working as a production manager, production supervisor, and coordinator. His credits include Crash, Seven Psychopaths, Roman J. Israel, Esq., and Velvet Buzzsaw. He also line produced the feature film A Marine Story, which won multiple awards on the festival circuit. Andrew is a Princeton graduate.

Andrew Blau


Morgan leads corporate development and strategy for LAMF. He is responsible for sourcing, valuing, performing due diligence, and supervising strategic investments throughout the tech, media, and entertainment sectors. He is also involved in the development, financing, and production of LAMF’s film and television projects. Prior to joining LAMF, Morgan was a development executive for writer/director/producer Michael Mann. Morgan started his career with J.P. Morgan and spent several years in financial services. He graduated from Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business.

Morgan Earnest


Since moving out to Los Angeles from Houston, TX, in 2013, Yousif Nasr has interned at production companies such as Bold Films and Oddlot Entertainment, worked in production for two seasons on the TNT show “Rizzoli & Isles,” served as director Michael Mann’s assistant at his production company Forward Pass Inc., and worked for the CFO at Participant Media. Yousif graduated from The University of Texas A&M with a bachelor’s degree in Finance.

Yousif Nasr


Prior to moving to Los Angeles in 2018, Mari worked as a freelance producer/videographer for nonprofits in the Greater Boston Area, filmed original content for the Rocky Mountain PBS channel during her undergraduate studies at Colorado College, and interned for the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival in Colorado Springs. She graduated cum laude from CC with a bachelor’s degree in Film and Media Studies, plus a minor in Feminist and Gender Studies.

Mari Young


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