LISA THRASHER, President of Film Production & Distribution
produced POWER UP's
first feature film "Itty Bitty Titty Committee
also produced: "Billy's Dad is a Fudge-Packer," starring Robert Gant & Alex Borstein; "Prom-troversy" starring Jane Lynch; "Starcrossed," starring Marshall Allman; "Memoirs of an Evil Stepmother," starring Jane Lynch; "The Nearly Unadventurous Life of Zoe Cadwaulder," starring Melanie Lynskey; "Intent," starring Holland Taylor and "Little Black Boot," starring Jane Lynch & Dania Ramirez.
Prior to joining POWER UP, Lisa was in the Intellectual Property Department of Fox Group - the parent company over 20th Century Fox, Fox Broadcasting, Fox Sports and all other Fox entities for the five years.
She worked in conjunction with the Motion Picture Association, Sony, Universal, MGM, Disney, Paramount and Warner Bros. to bring civil and criminal cases against individuals and businesses worldwide, and on the Internet, who were illegally profiting from the studios' motion picture films.
Lisa worked for California Lawyers for the Arts where she assisted artists and filmmakers in protecting their own work and avoiding the infringements of others'.
Thrasher served as a Short Film Screener for the SUNDANCE Film Festivals.
has also served at the following Film Festivals: Juror, TORINO International G&L; Panelist & Juror, TOKYO International G&L; Guest Film Producer, MIX BRASIL; Panel Moderator, Frameline - San Francisco International LGBT; Panelist & Guest Film Producer, TAMPA International G&L; Guest Producer, Berlinale International; Panelist, London G&L; Panelist, Belfast International; Panelist & Guest Film Producer, SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST; Guest Film Producer, Miami G&L; Guest Film Producer, Frameline - San Francisco International LGBT; Panelist & Guest Film Producer, Barcelona Mostra Lambda; Panelist & Guest Film Producer, Taiwan Women Make Waves.
was a Visiting Professor teaching "Producing Independent & Women's Films
" at Chung-Ang University's Film School
in Seoul, Korea, which is the biggest & most prestigious Film School in Korea.
In Fall 2008 Thrasher
is teaching "The Legal Aspects of Film" in both Capetown & Johannesburg, South Africa.