Unleashing powerful storytelling that makes an impact
An entertainment industry that proportionately features thought-provoking stories from BIPOC and underrepresented communities that deserve to be heard nationwide.
Develop, package and pitch up-and-coming storytellers who are creating content for TV and film that empowers, educates and entertains.
Collaboration: Our clients are cherished partners who we collaborate with to help their production goals become a reality through our partnerships with networks, movie studios and production companies.
Social Impact: We love developing content that makes a social impact and educates audiences on untold stories that are relevant and important.
Integrity: We cultivate and build long-term ethical relationships with clients and industry contacts to become a trusted partner.
Starfury Productions unleashes powerful storytelling that makes an impact. The term "starfury" represents dreams, drive and growth. As a little girl, co-founder Nubia stared at the moon and the stars out of her bedroom window at night to mentally escape and daydream, while repressing difficult memories from her childhood. The big night sky reminded her that there was a bigger world out there for her--it saved her. The constellation in Starfury's logo represents the numbers 4 and 7 as symbols of creativity, depth and dependability. Each bringing decades of experience in the entertainment world, co-founders Guy Fortt, Naomi Pandolfi and Nubia DuVall Wilson launched Starfury in the winter of 2020 to bring untold stories to the forefront for up-and-coming writers whose features deserve to be amplified.
Nubia DuVall Wilson, Co-Founder
Business Development | Writer | Talent Management
Nubia DuVall Wilson has been a storyteller and writer since she was old enough to put a pencil in her hand. A nationally recognized journalist and published author, Nubia graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University, with a Bachelor's degree in English and minor in Religion. Her thesis focused African American literature, post-colonialism, and Black stereotypes in media. She studied screenplay writing at UCLA extension. In addition to her articles in Real Simple, New York Magazine, and INDUSTRY, among others, her published works include Encounters with Strangers and The Survivors Club. She is also the founder and president of the award-winning lifestyle PR and marketing agency Cielo Consulting. At Starfury Productions, she brings her decades of experience creating content for some of the most recognizable brands, pitching concepts, developing business, cultivating partnerships and working with celebrity talent. She is based in the NYC metro area.
Naomi Pandolfi, Co-Founder
Writer | Producer | Head of Development
Naomi Oami Pandolfi is an LA-based producer and writer who is represented by Snow Entertainment. She is a graduate from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC. She has worked as a writer/producer with various production companies, such as HAK Vision, Picture Zero Entertainment, CleverChimp Productions, and United Imagery. TV and films for which she has created stories, characters, and dialogue, and developed series concepts include Virus (2019, development); Denim (2018, United Imagery, post-production); Coded (2018, CleverChimp Productions, pre-production); Mayhaven (2017, MVP Media 5, purchased); and Lost Pharm (2017, HAK Vision, post-production). She has also worked extensively in theatre, having the honor of performing in the original Broadway show Jury Duty with two-time Telly Award winner JD Lawrence. At Starfury, she focuses on acquiring new content, packaging concepts and negotiating option deals.
Guy Fortt, Co-Founder
Executive Producer | Business Development | Talent Acquisition
Guy Fortt is a producer and actor who studied at Columbia University. He has been featured on Broadway in Oprah Winfrey’s The Color Purple. Film credits include Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always, starring Ryan Eggold; David Frankel’s The Devil Wears Prada starring Meryl Streep; director Sydney Pollack’s The Interpreter, starring Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn; director Spike Lee’s 25th Hour and She Hate Me. Wearing his producer hat, Guy has recently finished producing and shooting Black Privilege, White Power with Daniel Danielson and Martha Pinson, Martin Scorses's former Script Director. He also helped produce Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me and several others. Guy is currently represented by A3 Artist and Stewart Talent Agency. He is based in Stamford, CT.
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