Founder and President
Jamie Wolf is the founder and President of Foothill Productions.
Prior to forming her production company, she served as Executive Producer on many award-winning films, both independently and as a longtime member of Impact Partners.
Some of these titles include:
City of Gold- Documentary on the late Jonathan Gold. Laura Gabbert, director
We the Animals, Director: Jeremiah Zagar. Sundance Premiere 2018 Winner, Outfest Outstanding American Narrative Feature prize 2018,
Newtown, Documentary. Kim Snyder, director – Peabody award, 2018
Audrey and Daisy-Bonny Cohen and Jon Shenk, directors. Bought by Netflix
Dogtown Redemption- Amir Soltani, director. Silver Audience Award for Active Cinema at the Mill Valley Film Festival in November of 2015, PBS’ Independent Lens
The Last Animals, Documentary. Kate Brooks, director: Tribeca Film Festival, Premiere. Winner Best Doc at San Diego FF, Winner Disruptive Innovation Award at Tribeca. Bought by National Geographic
Compared to What-The improbable journey of Barney Frank- Documentary. Tribeca Film Festival premiere. Staff pick and Documentary award-winner, San Francisco’s Frameline festival 2014
Open Secret-Documentary. Steve Lickteig, director,
Born this Way- Documentary. Shaun Kadlec and Deb Tullman, directors. Outfest Grand Jury Award for Outstanding Documentary, 2013
As a long-time journalist, Wolf was of the original group of editors at The Washington Monthly and wrote about politics and other subjects for that magazine, as well as for Harper’s; The New Yorker; New West; American Film; The Los Angeles Times Magazine; Los Angeles Magazine, and The LA Weekly and was one of the founding board members of the Los Angeles Review of Books.
Wolf served for many years as vice-president of PEN Center USA, until it merged with PEN America, the New York City-based center, in early 2018 and now serves on the board of the combined organization.
Wolf is also a photographer and ardent gardener, specializing in roses.