Jason Maza’ career has seen him shift between in front and behind the camera. A British actor/producer/director that has many credits to his name, including the BAFTA-winning ‘Fish Tank’ and BAFTA-nominated ‘Shifty’. As well as Box Office smash BrOTHERHOOD.
He began work as a producer in 2011, with a goal that British film, can be hugely entertaining, of great quality and international in scale and distribution. Since then he has produced 14 movies. Titles include: International hit 10×10 starring Fast and the Furious and Dracula Untold’s Luke Evans. Brotherhood for Lionsgate which grossed just shy of £4million at the UK Box Office, as well as the upcoming Indie Alright Now” Starring “How I met your Mothers” Cobie Smulders.
He teamed up with Noel Clarke, launching Unstoppable Film and Television in 2017 as co-CEO, after working with him on Universal Pictures brit-comedy “The Knot,”. It was evident that the pair both shared a passion for discovering new talent and most of all, a love of cinema. Most recently, Jason has produced Jessica Hynes directing debut “The Fight” that will premiere at this years London Film Festival.
Jason currently appears in ITV1 new crime-drama “Dark Heart” and is soon to begin prep on Season 2 of BulletProof. He completed his first short film ‘The Little Princess’ last year, which was his directing debut and will be entered into the festival circuit, Jason will look to direct his first feature in 2019.