Jeffrey D. Erb

Jeffrey D. Erb


Jeffrey D. Erb is the Co-President of Framelight Productions as well as the CEO of Feverpitch Pictures, and has produced and executive produced five films in the past 24 months including “Just Add Water” (Danny DeVito, Jonah Hill, Dylan Walsh, Justin Long), “Tooth and Nail” (Michael Madsen, Ryder Strong, Rachel Miner, and Robert Carradine), “Southern Gothic” (William Forsythe and Yul Vazquez), “Let the Game Begin” (Adam Rodriguez, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Lisa Ray, Lochlyn Munro, Stephen Baldwin and Natasha Henstridge), and “Superheroes” (Produced by Greg O’Connor and Ira Deutchman) which took a juried award at the 2008 Venice Film Festival. He currently has several films prepping for production in 2009, including “The Storyteller” starring Wes Bentley, Katharine McPhee, and Anita Briem.

Mr. Erb is also a principal in Norristown Studios, a 300,000 sq ft sound stage facility currently being built in Pennsylvania costing roughly $90 Million. Mr. Erb’s efforts and extensive relationships in the entertainment industry have allowed him to bring Raleigh Studios to the project, and he was instrumental in securing $10 Million in a grant for the project from the Commonwealth of PA.

Prior to founding Feverpitch Pictures, Jeff served as the President of Kindred Media Group since its inception. While at Kindred, he oversaw operations and distribution for a number of films, including “Game 6” (Starring Michael Keaton, Robert Downey, Jr., Griffin Dunne, Bebe Neuwirth, Catherine O’Hara), “Jailbait” (Starring Michael Pitt, and Stephen Adly Guirgis), “On the Outs” (Starring Judy Marte), and “Waltzing Anna” (Starring Emmanuelle Chriqui and Artie Lange).

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