MoJo Global Arts is a production and management company founded by producers Morris Ruskin (Glengarry Glen Ross, The Signal, The Swearing Jar, to name a few) and Joseph Mellicker (Equal Means Equal). Their first film together was Ladies in Black, directed by Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy), and released worldwide by Sony.
In 2022 Mojo had films released on Starz, Peacock and CNN and had films released theatrically through Lionsgate and Goldwyn. They also had a film in the Toronto International Film Festival.
In 2023, MoJo has CONNECTING THE DOTS premiering on Paramount+ on March 1st and is in post-production on four films, including a documentary about Shari Lewis directed by Lisa D’Apolito (Love Gilda) and a documentary about Gene Wilder directed by Chris Smith (Fyre, Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond) and a thriller directed by Franck Khalfoun (Maniac, P2).
The production division has over fifty projects in development, including film, television, unscripted, and foreign language productions, with a number of these already set up with studios and major production companies.
MoJo’s management division represents writers, directors, actors, and production companies from all over the world, including Latin America, Africa, the U.K., Canada, Spain, France, and of course the US.
Executive Producer of Equal Means Equal, Ladies in Black, The Jazz Griots and The Requiem Boogie.
Head of Sports
Director of Latino Management and Production
Producer / Manager
Founder / Producer
Latin production background, works with early stage of development issues and management, and execute the creatives affairs of the company.
Director of Development
3-time NAACP Image Award recipient, Noted actor and author, Created a personal skin care line, Named one of People’s “Sexiest Men Alive”.
Actor / Author
324 S. Beverly Dr., #185, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Please be advised that MoJo Global Arts does not accept and/or review unsolicited material of any kind, including, but without limitation to, any ideas, concepts, pitches, suggestions, characters, stories, treatments, outlines, scripts, formats, artwork, photographs, audiovisual works, musical compositions, sound recordings, and/or other similar works (collectively, “Unsolicited Material”). Any Unsolicited Material received by MoJo Global Arts by any means, including by electronic mail, will be immediately deleted, destroyed, and/or returned unread at MoJo Global Arts’s sole discretion.