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Entertainment Lawyer Tifanie Jodeh Acosta Joins Mogul Productions as Head of Business Affairs

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Acosta joins Mogul as their film financing team grows

Mogul Productions, the decentralized film financing (DeFiFi) platform and movie-based NFT marketplace, today announces entertainment lawyer Tifanie J. Acosta as the project’s new Head of Business Affairs.

As the Founder and Managing Partner of Los Angeles-based Entertainment Law Partners, Acosta brings with her a plethora of experience representing actors, performers, writers, directors, musicians, executive producers, public relations companies, managers and producers.

“We’re delighted to welcome Tifanie to the Mogul Team,” said Mogul Productions Founder & President, Lisa Sun. “Her insider-level knowledge of the entertainment industry is unparalleled, and we can’t wait to tap into the deep well of experiences that she brings to Mogul’s film team.”

Added Acosta: “I’m inspired by the idea of turning film production into a more inclusive, equitable and accessible process for both fans and key stakeholders. I’m excited to join the team in deal making across Mogul’s film platform and advance the company’s key business priorities.” 

Acosta’s multifaceted career extends over 20 years handling production, legal  and business affairs on such projects as “Greenland” (starring Gerard Butler), “Breaking News in Yuba County” (starring Allison Janney and Mila Kunis), “Chappaquiddick” (starring Jason Clarke) and “The Stand-In” (starring Drew Barrymore). She started her career in the business affairs department at Nancy Cartwright’s company (voice of Bart Simpson) and was later the general counsel of TFN, The Football Network where Acosta was responsible for a range of issues pertaining to production, business and legal affairs, intellectual property, financing, standards and practices, and more.

Acosta has been recognized as a “Viv Magnificent Woman”by VIV Magazine, and has lectured on the business of film and television at Louisiana State University, Slamdance Film Festival, San Pedro Film Festival, Hollywood Black Film Festival, Film-Com and more. Jodeh is an Emmy voting member of the Television Academy.  She regularly blogs about the entertainment industry and posts noteworthy columns featured at 

Acosta joins a leadership team led by Sun, along with Co-Chairs of Film Financing Paul Sparkes & Gorav Seth.

About Mogul Productions (Mogul)

Mogul Productions is a decentralized film financing (DeFiFi) platform that connects creators, movie fans, and film financiers in one space to ensure the best films get made by giving everyone a voice. By leveraging blockchain technology, NFTs and a tokenized system, Mogul incentivizes participation and rewards engagement. Using the Mogul in-app payment and utility token (STARS), users can vote on, greenlight, and participate in key decision-making aspects of production.




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