VIDEO FILM WEB

WHAT

FUTURE PERFECT is a full service media production company producing content for theatrical release, broadcast and web. Our work includes feature documentaries, corporate videos, narrative films, music videos and advertising spots for TV and web.

FUTURE PERFECT specializes in media projects related to environmental education and the promotion of green initiatives, sustainable technology and behavioral change.

 

WORK

 Featured Projects

Frogs In A Pot, formally entitled ‘And Then The Climate Changed’, is a feature length documentary about the impact of climate change on children. The film follows the story of two women who fear the real and emotional impact of the consequences of climate change on their children. More information.

True North Services. To meet increasing demands worldwide for sustainable urban deployment, True North acquired an inventory of floating platforms. FUTURE PERFECT was commissioned to make a film showing how True North used those pontoons.

CLIENTS

Creative Energy Strategies

True North Services, LLC

Pocono Environmental Education Center

Canyon Records

Rachel Bagby

KALW San Francisco

 

Prim Ventures, Inc.

Shift Network

ProductionvilleSF

Presidio Dance Theater

Burning Man Project

WHO

Jon Felix is a founding partner of FUTURE PERFECT. With over 40 years experience he works as a director, cinematographer and editor.

As a film and television director, Jon has made shows for broadcasters around the world and has directed commercials and promotional films including over 70 corporate videos. 

As a cinematographer, Jon Felix has shot seven feature films in London and Los Angeles and many commercials both on 35mm film and digital formats. 

Jon is from the UK and originally trained as an editor at the BBC in the early 1980’s. He went on to edit British TV shows, documentaries and later commercials.

Dr. Elizabeth Haase is a producer and founding partner of FUTURE PERFECT. She is also Medical Director of Behavioral Health Services for Carson Tahoe Regional Medical center and Associate Professor of Psychiatry at University of Reno School of Medicine. 

Prior to working on climate change mental health impacts, Dr. Haase has conducted research on children’s conceptual understanding of mental illness and has developed curriculae and taught about children’s psychological and emotional development for many years.

Dr. Haase is chair of the Climate Psychiatry Committee for the Group for Advancement of Psychiatry, on the steering committee of the Climate Psychiatry Alliance, and a leader with Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project. Through this work, she is advancing understanding of the mental health and health impacts of climate change, both within the American Psychiatric Association and in her community. She is also a founding and Executive Board member of The Helix Center.

Dr. Haase graduated from Yale School of Medicine in 1993.

Dan Young is an independent writer and producer of video and multimedia projects.

He has 30 years experience in commercial video production, commissioned documentaries and digital media for major corporate and non-profit clients.

As a producer Dan has managed creative development, location and studio productions, scripting, and post-production. 

He has worked on programming distributed to the Discovery Channel, CNN, Star TV, the Travel Channel, and network affiliates nationally.

Back in the day Dan was a professional whitewater river guide throughout the Western United States.  He is a graduate of UC Berkeley.  Now he is an advocate and collaborator with FUTURE PERFECT.

Jessica Haller is an advisor and founding partner of FUTURE PERFECT. She is an environmental professional and sustainability champion.  

Jessica is a Leader with Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project, where she has engaged hundreds of people on climate issues through presentations and local action.  She is on the board of the Riverdale Nature Preservancy, on the leadership circle of Canfei Nesharim, promoting sustainable living inspired by Torah, and the advisory board of Eden Village Camp.

 In 2008 Jessica was the Director of the Jewish Climate Change Campaign and was a delegate to the UNDP – ARC conference “Many Heavens, One Earth” at Windsor Castle. Currently Jessica is Vice President of Strategy for Itemize Corp. Previously she was the CEO of Svante Scientific, a climate change intelligence business with NASA Climate Scientists.  She was also CIO of Hazon, the largest Jewish environmental organization in the US. Jessica is a LEED Accredited Professional with the US Green Building Council. She has an M.P.A. in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia and a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.