Founder and CEO
Jamal Daniel is the founder and CEO of Levantine Films as well as president and chairman of Crest Investment Company. Daniel has over thirty years of experience managing investments in media, technology, telecommunications, energy, manufacturing and real estate.
Atticus Hoffman Development Assistant
Renee Witt began her career at William Morris and specialized as an executive in the development and production of books. Her list of projects includes "About a Boy," "The Notebook," "The Time Travelers Wife." She spent nearly a decade at New Line Cinema, where she became VP of development and production, and later served as SVP at Laura Ziskin Productions and EVP at The Weinstein Company. Witt was a co-executive producer on "Silver Linings Playbook," which she helped to develop.
Atticus Hoffman graduated from the American University of Beirut in 2015. Following his graduation, he sold his first screenplay to Aim Image, a London based production company. Hoffman moved to New York in 2016 to join Levantine Films. He is responsible for pursuing and evaluating new material for Levantine’s development slate.