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Singular Entertainment is an affiliation of artists and artisans focused on producing and distributing stories that matter.

Primary Contact: rod@singularent.com

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Rodney Vance directed the giant screen film Napa Valley Dreams and the short narrative film The Butterfly, The Harp and The Timepiece starring Academy Award Winner Melissa Leo. He worked as Head Writer on two multi-award winning television series (Lifestyle Magazine, The Evidence), sold or was hired to write several screenplays and stage plays, one of which (Token) won the Judge’s Choice Award in the Edward Albee International Playwriting Competition. He also wrote a published children’s book called De’Monte Love (Visikid Books). He directed more than thirty stage plays and events, including an event for the Pan American Youth Congress at the Mexico City Sports Palace and one for a World Congress of Seventh-day Adventists at the New Orleans Superdome. He worked as an expert consultant in writing for the Government Accountability Office in Washington, D.C. and as a classical announcer for WGTS-FM in Washington D.C. and NPR member station WAUS-FM in southwestern Michigan. Mr. Vance has always had a passion for storytelling. His first story was published in GUIDE magazine when he was 11 years old and he won his first national playwriting competition while a Junior in High School. He studied advanced screenwriting at UCLA, got an MFA in playwriting at The Catholic University of America, and an MA in religion at Andrews University. His professional memberships include the Writers Guild, the Dramatist’s Guild, the Television Academy, and, ahem, MENSA. Currently he also serves as the Chair of Department of Film and Television at La Sierra University.



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Jordi Ros served as President of Production and Acquisitions for the Universal Studios-based production company Arenas Entertainment. While there he co-produced Imagining Argentina starring Antonio Banderas and Emma Thompson, directed by Academy Award winning screenwriter Christopher Hampton. He acquired Empire starring John Leguizamo at Sundance, the most profitable release for Universal in FY 2002. As President of Lynda Obst Productions at Paramount Pictures he purchased the script for Jack and Jill (Nicolas Cage attached to star). As Senior Vice-President of Production at The Walt Disney Company Touchstone Pictures he supervised the development and production of major motion pictures including Ransom, The Horse Whisperer, Enemy of the State, A Civil Action, The Other Sister, The Thirteenth Warrior, and Bringing Out the Dead. Jordi Ros has an MBA from The Wharton School, a Masters in Film Production and Media Studies from New School/Parsons School and a Ph.D. Fellow in Communication Studies from Northwestern University. A member of the Writers Guild, he has worked closely with Ron Howard, Martin Scorsese, Steve Zaillian and other luminaries.



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Robert Schafer is most known for his work with the Coppola family. He edited TWIXT for Francis Ford Coppola, A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III for Roman Coppola, and worked very closely with Gia Coppola on her debut film Palo Alto.  He has also edited many independent features, including Cavemen starring Skylar Astin and Camilla Belle, The Boat Builder starring Christopher Lloyd, and Cardinal X starring Francesca Eastwood. Robert also edited two Singular Entertainment films: Napa Valley Dreams and The Butterfly, The Harp and The Timepiece.  He is currently at work editing the feature Pushing Dead starring James Roday and Danny Glover.



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Jeremy Vannix

In 2004 Jeremy formed Liquid Productions [LP], teaming with a group of highly skilled Industry associates. LP has serviced a host of clients that include independent production companies and studios. Services provided run the gamut of filming and post filming completion marketing to Film Festivals, TV Networks & Cable, Theatrical and Internet distribution. Film projects include National Television Shows, Commercials and Award Winning Feature Films.

Jeremy was Visual Effects Artist for the 2004 Award Winning Documentary “The Conscientious Objector,” the first feature length documentary filmed in HD that garnered 19 Film Festival Awards and was submitted for Academy Award consideration. In  2010 came the Best Film Editing Award, at the Action On Film Festival for his work on “Pizza With Bullets” a theatrical feature starring two-time Academy Award Nominee Talia Shire. Later in 2010 he won the Award for “Achievement In Filmmaking” at the Las Vegas International Film Festival. Later in 2010 came the “DRIVE4COPD PSA” sponsored by NASCAR & Boehringer Ingelheim, featuring Danica Patrick, Billy Ray Cyrus, Patty Loveless, Bruce Jenner and Michael Strahan. In 2012 Jeremy directed and edited the short film “Favor” which was nominated for Best Comedy at the 168 Film Festival in Los Angeles. Later in 2012 he edited “Anaphylaxis Awareness PSA” for Mylan Pharmaceuticals; starring Julie Bowen of “Modern Family.” In 2013 Jeremy supervised all Post & Visual Effects for the documentary “Napa Valley Dreams,” a film finished in 4K (IMAX Resolution), with state of the art Dolby ATMOS Sound™. In 2013, Post & Visual Effects Supervision on the made for TV film “Miracle at Gate 213”, that aired Nationally Christmas Eve on NBC. In 2014, edited “Cooking & Fitness Webisode Series PSA” for Novo Nordisk’s “ASKSCREENKNOW” Diabetes Awareness Campaign with Rev Run. In 2015 Jeremy edited and completed all post for the “Voice of Meningitis PSA” featuring Lucy Hale. Currently writing, producing and directing a short film called “According To Murphy,” the story of a young man who is plagued by calamities.

Apart from business activities Jeremy serves as Adjunct Professor for Film at La Sierra University, Riverside guest lecturers at Cal State University Channel Islands, while mentoring many aspiring filmmakers and workers who frequently communicate with him.