ACT 4 ENTERTAINMENT
Act 4 Entertainment, a Los Angeles based film entertainment and new media company that focuses on creating content that is socially conscious, engaging in conversation around economic justice, human rights and government accountability.
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Founder - Act 4 Entertainment
David Johnson is the founder of Act 4 Entertainment. Johnson is currently a board member and former chairperson of Public Counsel Law Center, the nation’s largest public interest pro bono law firm. He founded the Center’s Impact Litigation Project that focuses on the economic divide as a legal issue, and dedicates this work to closing that gap. Johnson’s passion to improve economic justice in America is alive in his inspiring films. Johnson executive produced "The People Speak," a feature-length documentary about America’s struggles with war, class, race and women’s rights with Matt Damon, Morgan Freeman, among others. Johnson produced "The Man Nobody Knew:" In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby, a feature-length documentary about the career and family life of highly controversial CIA Director William Colby. Johnson is the Executive Producer of "Crossett."
ADAM PAUL SMITH
Producer - Act 4 Entertainment
Adam Paul Smith is the creator behind Act 4’s “What Can I Do?” social action campaign, focused on bridging the gap between inspired audiences and meaningful action. Adam is currently in development on multiple projects for narrative features, documentary, television, and new media. He is currently producing the documentary "Crossett" and most recently produced "Angels In Exile," which explores homeless youth of Durban, South Africa, and is narrated by Academy Award Winner Charlize Theron.