We believe in the power of storytelling through film. CEO and Founder, Marjorie Kilpatrick, excels at taking real life stories and creating work that inspires the audience to take action. Every person has a story, that told correctly and passionately, can touch someone. We strive to assemble the most appropriate team for a project. By tapping into our network of writers, directors, directors of photography, editors and many other professionals, we are a film production company that will take your story and connect it to the audience in a moving way.
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NJoy Productions is the culmination of 16 years of work to develop the skill set, relationships and vision to truly produce film from beginning to end. During that time, the company has produced several plays and short films, always looking to refine the process for excellence in film making. Inspired by her father, the actor Lincoln Kilpatrick, founder Marjorie Kilpatrick is committed to the art of using character actors to portray the soul of a story.
Marjorie Lin Kilpatrick has devoted her life to the entertainment industry. She is currently a producer of both film and theatrical projects. In addition, she has recently co-founded and is President of the Social Cinema Foundation www.socialcinemafoundation.org , a non-profit working with disadvantaged youth to teach them about the film industry. Having grown up in the entertainment business watching her father, Lincoln Kilpatrick’s groundbreaking career, Ms. Kilpatrick has been exposed to all facets of the entertainment business. She has found a passion for producing meaningful content of all forms, including short and long film projects, theater, music videos and electronic press kits. Her goal is to expand her career and experience in ways that highlight her strength to bring a project together from beginning to end telling the intended story, while keeping within the time and financial parameters of the project. In 2015, Ms. Kilpatrick refined her skills as a producer as a student in the NYFA Producer program. In addition to the academic work, she has produced four short film productions, including raising the funding for one project via a crowdfunding campaign. She has become expert in film breakdown, planning and budgeting using such programs as Movie Magic, Celtix and Avid. Her work on projects has included fundraising, location identification and negotiations, actor negotiations, shoot day logistics and overall project management.