Philippa Steel Named Co-Producer For Upcoming Feature “Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got: The Jay Abraham Story”
Philippa Steel joined with DNA Films®, an Emmy® Award-winning film production company, as a Co-Producer in the new documentary called “Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got: The Jay Abraham Story”
London, England – March 14, 2018– Philippa Steel signed on as a Co-Producer in a new documentary film from DNA Films® titled “Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got: The Jay Abraham Story” Five-time Emmy Award winning Director, Producer and Filmmaker Nick Nanton is gearing up to helm a documentary about the life and Legend of Jay Abraham, an American business icon who Forbes magazine named as one of the top five executive coaches in the US.
As a Co-Producer, Philippa Steel will lend support to the principal filming of the movie.
The film, tentatively titled “Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got: The Jay Abraham Story” will begin principal photography in March of 2018 in Redondo Beach, CA.
More About Philippa Steel:
Philippa Steel has extensive experience in development, raising and syndicating finance, production and delivery of projects on all media platforms, including film, television, theatre, journalism, print, publishing, photography, concerts, internet and exhibitions.
Her formal qualifications are:
- BA – University of British Columbia
- Tech. – British Columbia Institute of Technology
- Life Member – NUJ
Philippa has worked in both public and private sectors, from North America to Europe and Asia, writing and producing. Notable examples include production for the Canadian Habitat Secretariat for the United Nations, the English Tourist Board and the London Docklands Development Corporation – as well as her landmark interview with HH the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala.
Numerous theatrical ventures with Pola Jones such as The Nerd, Neville’s Island, The Life and Death of Arturo Ui, Forbidden Planet, Little Shop of Horrors and more. In addition, she has orchestrated many varied television development projects, most extensively the work of Jilly Cooper with the late Sir David Frost, OBE.
Philippa is a supporter of the Danson Chair in Anthropology at the Museum of Northern Arizona, and the Kensington and Chelsea Music Society among others.
She also especially supports youth in changing attitudes, inspiring new ways to take a stand to save the world via their creations in compelling cutting-edge media – art, music, drama, dance, documentary, video, games and internet, etc. through the DFNDRS of the Environment non-profit project. (https://www.facebook.com/EvironmentDFNDRS/)
Commercial film and TV work is also in development on this theme. For the most current updates see www.dfndrsinternational.com
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About DNA Films®:
DNA Films® is led by five-time Emmy® Award Winning Director and Producer, Nick Nanton and Emmy® Award Winning Producer, JW Dicks. Dicks and Nanton have produced multiple award winning films including Return to Esperanza, Visioneer: The Peter Diamandis Story, Esperanza, Mi Casa Hogar and Jacob’s Turn. Their productions have won several Emmys and together they have been awarded dozens of Telly Awards for excellence in television and film production. Combined, they have produced and directed more than 500 television episodes and dozens of films.
Dicks and Nanton’s goal is to bring amazing stories to the big screen as a means of encouraging and inspiring a new generation.
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