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 CEO of Los Angeles Media Fund (LAMF), which is active in film, TV, music, and sports.