Jane Goldenring Jane Goldenring

Jane Goldenring is the President of Goldenring Productions, where she is developing and producing projects for both film and TV.

Her most recent project "Just In Time For Christmas", starring Eloise Mumford ("50 Shades of Gray"), aired on Hallmark Hall of Fame in December 2015. Her independent film "Boychoir" screened at the 2014 Toronto Film Festival and went on to a worldwide release. Written by Ben Ripley ("Source Code"), she produced the movie with Carol Baum; with Francois Girard ("The Red Violin") directing and Dustin Hoffman starring along with Kathy Bates, Eddie Izzard, Josh Lucas, Debra Winger and Kevin McHale. She executive produced "Zapped" – a movie for the Disney Channel starring Zendaya, which aired in June 2014. Goldenring was the Executive Producer on another Disney Channel movie, "Radio Rebel", which aired in Spring of 2012 and won a Humanitas Award. Other TV movies she Executive Produced include Lifetime movies "Fatal Desire", "Heart of a Stranger", "On the Second Day of Christmas", and "I Do But I Don't." For ABC Family, she Exec Produced "Pizza My Heart" and for The Hallmark Channel, "Growing The Big One."

Her development slate includes "Norton Forever" by Peter Gethers with Robert Schwartzman ("Dreamland") attached to direct; "The Last Romantics" by Janet Dulin Jones with Lisa Ohlin ("Walk With Me") attached to direct; and "The Clock Strikes" by "Bates Motel" writer Anthony Cipriano. In television she is developing "Alts" with writer Ryan Coleman ("The Walking Dead") based on the "Duplexity" Novels by Amy K. Nichols; and "Darkest Fear" with writer Ernesto Foronda based on the "Birthright" novels by Cate Tiernan.

She also produced the Independent movies "My First Mister" directed by Christine Lahti and starring Albert Brooks and "$5 A Day" directed by Nigel Cole and starring Christopher Walken. "My First Mister" was the opening night premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2001. "Five Dollars a Day" premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2008.

From 1998 to 2000, Ms. Goldenring had a first look deal for television movies with von Zerneck/Sertner Films. Prior to that, from 1996-1998, she had a first-look deal in TV and Film at Walt Disney Studios. For eleven years, she was a production executive at Disney. From 1992 to 1996 she served as Senior Vice-President, Production, for Touchstone Pictures, involved in all phases of the development and production of motion picture projects.

She began her motion picture industry career in 1986 as a creative executive at Disney. In that capacity, she was involved in the production of "Adventures In Babysitting," "Big Business," and "Cocktail," and the development of "The Little Princess" and "The Fisher King," among others. As a Vice President and Sr. VP she supervised the productions of "White Fang," "The Rocketeer," "Captain Ron," "My Father, the Hero" starring Gerard Depardieu, "The Ref" starring Denis Leary and Judy Davis; "Simple Twist of Fate" with Steve Martin; the Merchant Ivory productions "Jefferson In Paris" and "Feast Of July;" "Last Dance" starring Sharon Stone and directed by Bruce Beresford; and "Phenomenon" starring John Travolta and directed by Jon Turteltaub.

Before joining Disney, Ms. Goldenring was based in Washington, D.C. where she worked as an Account Executive for MNA, Inc., an advertising and documentary film production company. Prior to MNA, she worked for five years as a legislative assistant to U.S. Senator Christopher J. Dodd and on the legislative staff of the Democratic Study Group.

Ms. Goldenring has recently been teaching an Advance Producing class at USC's School of Cinematic Arts since 2011. She has also been an adjunct professor in the graduate film department at Chapman University and lectured at AFI, Wesleyan University, and UCLA.

Ms. Goldenring received her B.A. degree from Wesleyan University in 1977, graduating cum laude with majors in Government and English. She is a former Member of the Board of Women In Film. She is a Member of the Producers Guild and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Jon King Jon King

Jon King is the Director of Development at Goldenring Productions. He is also the architect of this lovely webpage.

King was promoted to develop feature and television projects based on horror and comic source material to produce with Jane. He is producing horror projects "The Clock Strikes" and "Because You Watched" based on award winning short stories. Prior to that he provided development and production assistance on "Boychoir", "Zapped!", and "Radio Rebel".

Jon joined Goldenring Productions as a temp in late 2007 during the production of "$5 A Day", later being hired onto a permanent position in early 2008.

Mr. King received his B.A. degree from Occidental College in 2007, graduating with distinction in Film Production with a minor in Philosophy.