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Founded in 1997 by partners Ronald Shore and Samuel Bernstein, Babyhead Productions has prospered by developing and creating projects of individual and idiosyncratic vision. In the seventeen years we have been in business, we've produced two feature films, a number of television and new media projects, several theater productions, and published two books under the Walford Press imprint.

Ronald Shore was on-set producer in Ireland for the Paramount and Showtime film Bobbie's Girl. He spearheaded the initial sale to Showtime and shepherded the film through legal, contractual, and foreign tax hurdles. The film went on to receive an Emmy nomination for star Bernadette Peters, received a GLAAD nomination and a citation from The Advocate as one of the top ten television events of the year. Other projects include producing and developing sales and marketing materials for food and travel project Sally's Place , and producing Kill Your Inner Child, the comedy video Sarge, and the home video series Icing on the Cake. He also sold the film Silent Lies to Image Organization and Behavior Worldwide for foreign sales, directing the development and creation of advertising and marketing materials. Silent Lies premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival, won a Silver Award at Worldfest, and a Bronze at the Houston International Film Festival. As an actor, Shore has appeared in The Hebrew Hammer, Echoes of Enlightenment, Silent Lies, and Bobbie's Girl. He is also a successful Los Angeles Realtor.

Bernstein and Shore are married and live with three incorrigible dachshunds.

 

 

Samuel Bernstein is a multi-tasking writer, producer, and director who began his career as an actor and singer. Recently he started freelancing for Shimmer and Shine on Nickelodeon. In London, producer Joan Lane (The King's Speech) is working on setting up his newest movie Elephant & Castle. Plus he is developing two new series ideas: What Would Jesus Do? and Kill Your Inner Child. After readings of his new play If You are Reading This in New York and New Jersey, Broadway and film producer Michael Alden is now on board, and Michael Alden is also coming on as the executive producer for Bernstein's stage musical Mr. Confidential, that premiered in a full developmental production last summer at the New York Musical Theatre Festival at the Alice Griffin Theatre at the Signature Center with a sold-out run. His first play, The Liquidation of Granny Peterman, was produced to a rave in the Los Angeles Times in 1992, and his anthology Uncommon Heroes won a Stonewall Book Award from the American Library Association. Silent Lies, his dark, violent film about incest, caused a stir, and was banned in England until cuts were made. His Paramount and Showtime film Bobbie's Girl starred Bernadette Peters, Rachel Ward, and Jonathan Silverman. Ms. Peters received an Emmy nomination and the film received a GLAAD nomination and a citation from The Advocate as one of the top ten television events of the year. He has also written for Judging Amy and the ABC Family show W.I.T.C.H., among others. His book Mr. Confidential was named a ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year finalist, and Liz Smith said it, “Reads like a house afire in a sultry swamp!”