Bob Cooper, Landscape Entertainment Joshua Davis, Epic Jonathan King, Participant Media Hugo Lindgren, Page 1 Emmeline Yang, Smokehouse Pictures
Bob Cooper is chairman of Landscape Entertainment, a film and television production company providing entertainment content and event programming across all media platforms. Cooper formed Landscape Entertainment after two decades as president of production of DreamWorks Pictures, president of TriStar Pictures, CEO of Artisan Entertainment and president of HBO Films. The bulk of his feature work is based on true stories
Joshua Davis is the co-founder of Epic Magazine and has been a contributing editor at Wired for a decade. He has also written for The New Yorker, GQ, Outside, Mens Journal, Mens Health, Maxim and Food & Wine. His was a finalist for the 2014 National Magazine Award in feature writing. His work is anthologized in the 2012 edition of “The Best American Science and Nature Writing,” as well as the 2006, 2007 and 2009 editions of “The Best Technology Writing.” His third book, Spare Parts, was published by FSG in December 2014.
Janet Leahy, a graduate of UCLA’s school of film and television, began her career in television as a freelance writer for Newhart. She spent the next two decades writing and producing television comedies Cheers, Cosby, Rosanne, Grace Under Fire, among many others. Leahy transitioned to one-hour dramas, joining the staff of Gilmore Girls, executive producing Boston Legal, Life Unexpected and Mad Men. Leahy is currently writing a one-hour dramatic pilot for AMC.
Hugo Lindgren is the president of Page 1, a film and television production company founded by Academy Award winning screenwriter and producer Mark Boal. He has previously served as editor of The New York Times Magazine, editorial director of New York magazine and deputy editor of Bloomberg Businessweek.
Emmeline Yang is the senior vice president of feature film development at George Clooney and Grant Heslov’s company, Smokehouse Pictures. The company’s focus is on developing true stories with a social or political relevance, and is known for movies such as Argo and Good Night & Good Luck.