LOST AND FOUND
Following graduation from University of Southern
California Film School in the early 1980s, JEFF POLLACK
(Director) traveled through Asia both as a tourist and documentarian.
After three years on the road-and in the rice fields and jungle-Pollack
returned to the U.S., dabbling in real estate development before
devoting himself to an entertainment career.
Pollack created and executive produced the long-running NBC sitcom
"The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," before crossing over
into feature film. In 1993, under the banner of Medina/Pollack
Entertainment, Pollack wrote, produced and directed the acclaimed
and powerful urban feature film "Above the Rim," starring
Tupac Shakur, Leon, Duane Martin and Marlon Wayans.
In 1995, Pollack and Medina renamed their company Handprint Entertainment,
which has grown into one of Hollywood's most successful full-service
management and production companies. Since that time Pollack has
taken a production role in the Fox sitcom "Getting Personal"
and remained behind the camera as director of the hit comedy feature
"Booty Call," starring Jamie Foxx, Nia Long and Tommy
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