J. Dulin Jones has written feature films for Sony, Paramount, Fox and Disney-Touchstone, Oprah Winfrey and wrote the film “Map of the World” produced by Kennedy-Marshall, starring Sigourney Weaver and Julianne Moore.
Her original TV series “Gramercy Park” is in partnership with directors – Mike Newell and Scott Winant, Executive Producers Brenda Friend and Jon Levin, Co-Producer Brian Cox and actress, Millie Brady attached to star and also Executive Producing. Janet and Mike Newell are also prepping, the feature film, “The Ambassadors”, her adaptation of the Henry James novel with, producers Philippe Carcassonne and Cleone Clark.
She has teamed with director, Trevor Nunn on a new play set for summer 2023, and is working with theatre producers, Marc Routh, NYC and Mark Perry, London, to mount her play, “The Elizabeths.” Anthony Biggs, artistic director of The Playground Theatre is directing Janet’s play, “Trinitas.” They are prepping the play for a Spring 2023 run at The Playground.
Her film adaptation of “What If God Were The Sun,” garnered actress, Gena Rowlands, SAG, Emmy and Golden Globe nominations.
Janet is hosting and producing the movie-lover podcast with actor John Schawb: Cinema Sounds & Secrets – which is now available across all platforms.
She is a member of the WGA, was a WGA Nicholl Award Finalist and was a Writer-in-Residence in the WGA/DGA Paris, Ile de France Program.
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