Equality in Filmmaking
Our mission is to produce compelling and important projects that provide opportunities for the under-served in the film industry while closing the gender pay gap.
Equitas Entertainment Partners believes films can have a positive social impact by exploring facets of lives often overlooked and also by the manner in which we make our films. Our model endeavors to prove that stories can be entertaining, thought provoking, socially responsible and fiscally profitable. Gender pay equality matched with opportunities for the under-represented in front of and behind the camera makes a more rounded work environment and serves the project at every level.
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New to a neighborhood overflowing with wealthy suburban alpha-moms, a lonely and naive housewife tumbles into their world of boobs and Botox, seducing her to sacrifice her family for popularity in a desperate attempt to fit in.
Equitas Entertainment was formed when Holly Levow and Paul Kampf met to discuss the development of their eventual first film together, Best Fake Friends. It became obvious that they wanted to make this a long term partnership as they share the belief in equality of actor's pay. The company has completed one movie, is in post-production for its second movie, and is evaluating its next project.
Holly Levow is an attorney and business woman involved in high-tech startups who created Equitas to be involved in filmmaking while pursuing her philanthropic goals.
Paul Kampf is a 25-year veteran in the entertainment industry. He is an actor, director, writer, producer, and a teacher at his own acting and production training studio.
Tom Sperry is a venture capitalist to high-tech startups who is a co-founder of Equitas and the adviser on financial matters.