Sarah Anthony (Founder) most recently served as a Producer on the Netflix film Bikram. She was the lead producer on the Grammy-winning HBO documentary series, The Defiant Ones, and on The Price of Free (formerly titled Kailash), a documentary about child slavery which won the 2018 Sundance Festival Grand Jury Prize. She was the Consulting Producer for Making a Murderer Season 2 for Netflix.
Sarah began her documentary career in London, with films on subjects ranging from the Iraq war to the Ming Voyages of the 1400’s. She was Associate Producer for PBS FRONTLINE on The Age of AIDS, a four hour series covering the history of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. In 2007 Sarah moved to Los Angeles and joined Exclusive Media as the Co-head of Documentary Features. At Exclusive she supervised development, production and distribution on multiple documentaries including Martin Scorsese’s George Harrison: Living in the Material World, Billy Joel’s Last Play at Shea, and the Academy Award-winning Undefeated. She then returned to FRONTLINE as co-producer on Endgame: AIDS In Black America, and from there went on to line-produce The World According to Dick Cheney for Showtime.
Sarah has worked extensively with director Davis Guggenheim and the Emerson Collective on a variety of social justice issues, from immigration reform to re-designing the American high school system. Her main areas of interest are public art, music and social reform.
Sheila Dianne Jackson (Co-Founder) is a Creative Activist, Strategist and Writer. She is CEO of Eve’s Lime Productions and has spent more than 2 decades producing cause media and social justice campaigns. Her commercials have been awarded the highest honors from American Advertising Awards (ADDY), Telly and Aurora. She has worked on global campaigns to include, Eve Ensler’s V-Day/Vagina Monologues; The Dream @50; and other gender equality and social justice projects. Sheila has been honored by the Los Angeles Mayor’s office on 2 occasions, for her work. She is among historians included in the University of Washington’s oral history archive on “Women Who Rock” which explores how women have used music as a tool for activism.
Sheila also consults with corporate brands, non-profit movements, and filmmakers to articulate their story, and set goals and strategies to make a positive social impact.
With her strongest roots as a writer, Sheila is co-author of two award-winning biography collections on the Harlem Renaissance and the Civil Rights Movement. Her no-holds-barred essays have appeared in ESSENCE magazine, the Feminist Press’ Women’s Studies Quarterly, and other publications. Sheila wants to show the world that art can be used to transform our lives.