Mike Mosallam Productions (MMP) was founded in 2011 by Mike Mosallam, a producer, director and executive consultant of theatre, film and television. MMP is most commonly known for executive producing the critically appraised TLC series, “All-American Muslim,” which ran on the network’s 2011-2012 season, along with the internationally acclaimed "Breaking Fast," a short film that Mike wrote & directed.  Having produced and directed over 100 theatre productions, Mike would consider Ann Arbor In Concert, a major MMP collaborator, amongst his favorites. A revival of "West Side Story" was dually produced in 2015, along with "Hairspray" in 2016 and the upcoming "Beauty & The Beast" slated for 2018. MMP initiated it's feature film wing in 2015 with two fully developed projects, with focus on "Breaking Fast" the feature. 

 

 

Mike Mosallam | Founder

MIKE MOSALLAM is a producer, director and executive consultant of theatre, film and television. In 2015, Mike wrote and directed a film, “Breaking Fast,” which he has fully developed into a feature film script that has received much praise through industry table reads. On the theatre side, Mike has produced and directed more than 100 theatrical productions from large-scale musicals, intimate cabaret settings, plays, concerts, and multi-media theatrical events. After eight years in New York / Los Angeles, Mike returned to Michigan in 2009 to head a new initiative, the Wayne County Film Office, and helped attract more than 70 titles to the metro Detroit area. In January 2012, he moved to Los Angeles to head up the production development arm of Sunset Gower Studios where he worked with shows such as “Scandal,” “How to Get Away with Murder," and HBO's "Looking" and "Togetherness."

For my parents, who made me the man I am - "There's a place for us, somewhere, somehow, someday.” 

 
 

Alex Lampsos | Producer

ALEX LAMPSOS, a seasoned producer and PR strategist, has established a collaborative relationship with Mike Mosallam Productions in support of the Business Development team. A graduate of the New York Film Academy, Alex launched his career by landing a rewarding venture at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival for a two-festival run. Since his move to Los Angeles, Alex produced over 20 films and music videos resulting in 40+ festival selections and awards, including "Breaking Fast" for MMP and the indie hit, "Cherry Pop," released on all major outlets through Wolfe Video / Netflix / iTunes / Amazon with cast members from RuPaul's Drag Race and the Pussycat Dolls. He has several films in the pipeline, including the LGBT-themed feature comedies "Breaking Fast" and "Paper Bag".

www.alexlampsos.com

 
 

Sarah Bazzi | Producer

SARAH BAZZI, originally from Dearborn, MI, fell in love with the arts at a very early age. Having spent 4 years at The Wayne County Film Office, during the height of Michigan’s Film Tax Credit Program, Sarah liaised with projects such as “Real Steel," “The Ides of March” and Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, “Lost River," prior to moving to Los Angeles in 2013. In LA, her focus has been concentrated on physical production, working on Season 2 of FX’s "The Bridge," as well as a Production Coordinator with Film LA, where she oversaw the on-location permitting and production of shows such as “Major Crimes," “The League” and ABC’s “Modern Family” on behalf of the City.

 

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Seth Hauer | Producer

Seth Hauer currently serves as Development Director at Alan Poul’s company Boku Films, which has an exclusive deal at HBO. He most recently wrapped Season 6 of the Emmy-winning show Girls. Prior to HBO, he worked for MGM, coordinating production on the studio side for shows such as Teen Wolf and Vikings. Prominent in Hauer’s other TV work was his involvement in Codes of Conduct, a HBO six-hour limited series helmed by Academy Award winner Steve McQueen, as well as his development in the upcoming Tales of the City reboot for Netflix.

He was an Associate Producer on HBO’s Looking, which was recognized by GLAAD, GALECA, and won a NewNowNext Award.