Jeffrey Taylor has over twenty five years in the field of entertainment, having first entered the industry in 1981 as a producer for a London-based theatre company. His earlier career extended to his own financial services broking house in London, advising clients mainly in the entertainment industry.

Jeffrey mounted a number of stage productions in the UK before forming Stagescreen Productions in 1986. The film, television and stage production company was formed with others, including distinguished television producer Derek Granger, whose credits include 'Brideshead Revisited' and a series of Laurence Olivier television plays which he co-produced with Lord Olivier.

Since then Jeffrey has divided his time between London and Los Angeles concentrating on producing new work for film, TV and the stage. He has arranged film & television co-productions with Australian, Canadian, Egyptian and European entertainment entities, as well as major British broadcasters such as the BBC, often taking advantage of the subsidies and tax efficient film & television funding schemes that are available.

Projects being developed include - "Blood Red Rose" a sweeping love story set in Shanghai at the time of the Long March and written by Allan Scott - a Paul Gallico novel, "The Boy Who Invented The Bubble Gun", a 'road' movie set in California & Washington - "Private View" by Peter Nichols, a biting but amusing look at the joys of marriage - three British comedy/drama films; "Whatever Love Is", "Feeling Punjabi", and "Wife of Reilly", to be shot in collaboration with a UK studio partner and a six hour TV series titled "Dekadenz" set in Berlin in the 'Roaring Twenties'.

"Young Legends" a potential feature film franchise, aimed at families & young teens. A glamorous, action adventure movie series, which is also a business opportunity, as it offers the prospect of worldwide ancillary income from Licensing & Merchandising; Games, Apps, Music, TV & Animation series spin-offs. The first film ready to go; "Young Cloepatra" will be filmed in Malaysia next year. Further co-production partners are being sort in Europe & Asia for the many other "Young Legends" titles.


The Normal Heart (London's West End)
with Tom Hulce
A New York Shakespeare Festival Production

The Vortex (London's West End)
with Rupert Everett and Maria Aitken

The Vortex (Ahmanson Doolittle, Los Angeles)
with Rupert Everett and Stephanie Beacham

The Mystery of Edwin Drood
(London's West End)
with Lulu and Ernie Wise
A New York Shakespeare Festival Production


A Handful of Dust
for New Line Cinema
with Kristin Scott Thomas, Alec Guinness, Judi Dench and Anjelica Huston

Happy Valley
for the BBC
with Denholm Elliott

Death of a Son
for the BBC
with Lynn Redgrave

Four Minute Mile
for the BBC/ABC (Australia)
with Michael York

Way Up Stream
for the BBC
with Stuart Wilson

Where Angels Fear to Tread
for Fine Line Pictures
with Helena Bonham Carter, Judy Davis and Helen Mirren

Foreign Affairs
for Turner Pictures
with Joanne Woodward, Brian Dennehy and Eric Stoltz
(co-production with Interscope Communications)

What's Cooking?
for Lionsgate
with Joan Chen, Julianna Marguiles, Mercedes Ruehl, Kyra Sedgwick and Alfre Woodard
Opening night film for Sundance Film Festival 2000

Young Alexander the Great

with Christopher Cazenove, Sam Heughan and Hala Sedki
A British-Egyptian-Greek co-production

JEKYLL for the BBC
with James Nesbitt
in association with Hartswood Films

� Stagescreen Productions Ltd