The Cinefamily is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of movie lovers devoted to finding and presenting interesting and unusual programs of exceptional, distinctive, weird and wonderful films.

The Cinefamily's mission is to reinvigorate the movie-going experience ​​by fostering a spirit of community and a sense of discovery.

Like campfires, sporting events and church services, we believe that movies work best as social experiences. They are more meaningful, funnier and scarier when shared with others.

The Cinefamily was founded in 2007 by brothers Dan and Sammy Harkham and Hadrian Belove, founder of Cinefile Video. We currently average 14 shows per week, many of which are enhanced with special guests, live music, dance parties, potlucks and other kinds of social fun. Over 65,000 patrons visit the Cinefamily annually.

Cinefamily Board of Directors

Michael Bacall is a screenwriter who co-wrote SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD with Edgar Wright, and most recently, the very successful comedies PROJECT X (directed by Todd Phillips) and 21 & 22 JUMP STREET (directed by Chris Miller and fellow Cinefamily board member Phil Lord).

Hadrian Belove is one of the co-founders and current Executive Creative Director of The Cinefamily. His background includes working as a feature editor, film writing for magazines, and co-founding Cinefile Video.

Louis Black co-founded The Austin Chronicle and South by Southwest and is a board member of the Austin Film Society (artistic director: Richard Linklater). He's produced several documentaries including Margaret Brown's THE ORDER OF MYTHS, which won a Peabody Award, and THE GREAT INVISIBLE. Black executive produced DVD release of Tobe Hooper's first film EGGSHELLS and Eagle Pennell's 1978 indie classic THE WHOLE SHOOTIN' MATCH.

Liesl Copland is an agent in WME’s Global Finance & Distribution Group, focusing on corporate consulting, film sales, and creating new distribution models for the agency’s clients. A 20-year entertainment industry veteran, Copland focuses on the specialty film sector and on democratizing distribution for unique, independently produced projects. She also sits in WME’s Digital Media Group where she focuses on business development.

Shadie Elnashai (Vice-President) runs Sandwich, the creative agency and production company that launched Square, Lyft, Airbnb, Redfin, Jambox and Coin. He is a Magician at the Magic Castle, and on the weekends organizes a co-ed pick-up soccer game, that is always looking for new players.

James Andrew Fino is a twenty-one year veteran of the entertainment industry. Fino has thrived in a full spectrum of live-action, animated, and multi-platform production. In 2010, Fino co-founded Starburns Industries, Inc. with partners Dan Harmon (COMMUNITY), Dino Stamatopoulos (MORAL OREL), and Joe Russo II (SIMPSONS). Fino is currently an Executive Producer on Charlie Kaufman's ANOMALISA (Starburns’ first stop-motion feature), HARMONTOWN (a feature documentary that premiered at SXSW 2014), and RICK AND MORTY (Adult Swim’s Annie Award-nominated primetime hit). Most importantly, he is a huge Star Wars nerd.

Drew Foster is a Creative Producer at BuzzFeed Motion Pictures. He comes from Janus/ Criterion, Funny or Die, and the Huffington Post. Foster fell under Cinefamily's spell while associate producing the 4th Annual Wayne Federman International Film Festival. Foster is a Hollywood native and a digital native. Thus he sees Cinefamily living forever via the intergenerational dialogue between old school show business and brave new world media.

Nicolas Gonda was recently named one of Indiewire’s inaugural “Influencers”, Variety’s “10 Producers to Watch” and Details Magazine’s “Digital Mavericks" for his work in the independent film industry. He is Co-Founder of Tugg, a web-platform that enables audiences to choose the films that play in their local theaters. He is also an independent film producer of several critically acclaimed films including Terrence Malick’s THE TREE OF LIFE, winner of the Palme d’Or at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

Rob Hackett is an executive at Robert and Susan Downey’s production company, Team Downey, where he helps to oversee the development of multiple film and television projects. His background includes stints at magazine giant, Condé Nast and teaching entry-level screenwriting workshops at Boston University.

Daniel Harkham (Treasurer) is one of the co-founders of The Cinefamily. A real estate investor and fashion industry executive, his clothing line, HYPE, is sold at Nordstrom's and boutiques nationally.

Phil Hoelting is the Director of Partnerships at FYF Fest, the Los Angeles music festival, in partnership with Goldenvoice, which draws over 20,000 attendees annually to a celebration of indie bands and youth culture. His background includes strategic consulting, including business plan and sales strategy development, and working as a tour manager for bands such as Crystal Antlers.

Ted Hope is the Head of Motion Pictures, Amazon Studios. Expanding on a career producing many of our era’s landmark independent films, Ted launched Amazon’s foray into feature film production in January 2015. Hope’s films have received some of the industry's most prestigious honors including: THE SAVAGES (2007) earned two Academy Award nominations; 21 GRAMS (2003), two Academy Award nominations and five BAFTA nominations; and IN THE BEDROOM (2001), five Academy Award nominations. Ted holds a record at Sundance: three of his 23 Sundance entries (AMERICAN SPLENDOR (2003), THE BROTHERS MCMULLEN (1995), and WHAT HAPPENED WAS . . . (1994)) have won the Grand Jury Prize, more than any other producer. Ted has produced over 70 films.

Phil Lord is the director, with partner Chris Miller, of the hit comedies 21 & 22 JUMP STREET (written by fellow Cinefamily board member Michael Bacall), THE LEGO MOVIE and CG animated film CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS. He and his partner also served as co-executive producers on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER, and currently on Fox's THE LAST MAN ON EARTH.

Katharine O’Brien is an award winning writer/director who grew up between Santa Barbara, CA and South Boston. Katharine has worked at MUSE Film and wrote for cult favorite sketch comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall and the ABC sitcom “Carpoolers” directed by the Russo Brothers. Katharine's short films have played at numerous festivals. Katharine's first written feature, THE AUTOMATIC HATE, produced by Anonymous Content, premiered at the SXSW 2015 Film Festival.

Simon Oré (President) is a producer and development executive and producer at Starburns Industries Animation Studios and founder of SBI Comics. He is a producer on the Charlie Kaufman film ANOMALISA. As well as running an Art Gallery and a Circus (cirque eos) with his father, he works closely with various fundraising and non profit organizations in Mexico and Canada. He has strong but gentle hands.

Amy Poncher works in development at @radical.media, a global transmedia company. Amy has also worked in creative development and production for Todd Phillips's Green Hat Films and for the nonprofit Human Rights Center.

Brad Simpson is a film and television producer. Along with Nina Jacobson, he is a partner in Color Force. As a producer, Brad’s credits include films such as WORLD WAR Z, THE DIARY OF A WIMPY KID Series, FAR FROM HEAVEN, and BOYS DON'T CRY. He was previously President of Appian Way and a producer at NY indie powerhouse Killer Films.

Bec Smith represents screen writers and directors at United Talent Agency and also formulates film finance and sales solutions for clients of the agency. She previously headed development for Working Title in the company's Sydney office and was an executive producer on David Michod's ANIMAL KINGDOM.

Melissa Volpert is the Director of Sales & Marketing at the Standard, Hollywood. The Standard's first employee, she has also worked at The Mondrian and The Sterling Hotel Group. Melissa studied Archeology and Art History at St. Mary's College in Rome, and International Relations and Political Science at USC.

John Wyatt is the founder of Cinespia, the extremely popular summer series of screenings at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, and also serves on the board of the Ojai Foundation.

Cinefamily Advisory Board

Stephanie Allain
Allison Anders
David Ansen
Miguel Arteta
Lance Bangs
KK Barrett
Roxanne Benjamin
Albert Berger
Stephen Brower
Michael Cera
Cotty Chubb
Jay Duplass
Mark Duplass
Danny Gabai
Liz Goldwyn
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Dana Gould
Trevor Groth
Spike Jonze
Larry Karaszewski
Kristin Korven
Alex Kurtzman
Alf Lamont
Brie Larson
Michael Lehmann
Linda Lichter
Richard Linklater
Deanna MacLellan
Guy Maddin
Maria McKee
Liz McNicoll
Stephin Merritt
Kim Morgan
Roz Music
Laila Nabulsi
Daniel Noah
Christina Oh
Josh Olson
Matt Ornstein
Alia Penner
Troy Poon
Tom Quinn
Rob Schrab
Steph Scire
Stacey Sher
Ariel Stepp
Shadoe Stevens
Matt Sullivan
Alicia Van Couvering
Dan Waters
Nick Weidenfeld
Ryan Werner
Jodi Wille
Elijah Wood

Cinefamily Staff


Hadrian Belove: Founder/Executive Creative Director

Trevor Jones: Executive Managing Director

Tom Fitzgerald: Creative Director

Marcus Herring: A Creative Director

Will Morris: Assistant Programmer

Kalyane Lévy: Membership Coordinator

Ariel Stepp: Business Development

Patrick Lowry: Director of Operations

Eliot Miller: Events Producer

Jose Kessler: Theater Manager

Mark Robinson: Chief Projectionist

Brendel Geddes: Accountant

Joy Barr: Social Media Consultant

Vinnie Pompo: Assistant Theater Manager

Michelle Halac: Social Media Coordinator

Kate Rouhandeh: Programming Intern

Box Office Staff:

Sarah Dunn

Colby Henkins

Elle O'Brien

Alex Lopez

Melanie Ghaffari

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