Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions was founded in 1982 by Producer, Writer, and Director Suzanne DeLaurentiis.   View Bio    View Resume

Having worked with some of the best in the business, Suzanne DeLaurentiis provides the highest quality service at the lowest possible cost.

Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions is a one stop Hollywood shop, offering writing and development services, the best crews, casting, access to name talent, equipment, catering, post production, music scoring and distribution. We keep our costs to a minimum so we can pass those savings on to you, the customer.


Having worked with some of the best in the business, Suzanne DeLaurentiis provides the highest quality service at the lowest possible cost. Suzanne’s experience ranges from music videos to commercials, television, documentaries, and film.

We consider no budget too small. All budgets are treated with the same professional consideration and receive our utmost attention to detail. We will work with you to help you get your project in the can!

Lights, Camera, Action!

We also provide additional services at the best rates, using the highest quality equipment including Sony Digital, Arriflex and Panavision camera packages, Moviecam, and the Red Camera.


Some of Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions' independent filmmaking credits include Black Gold: Struggle for the Niger Delta, 10th & Wolf, The Grief Tourist, Lost Revolution, New Hope Manor, A Month of Sundays, Shut-up Kiss and Me, Out of the Black, The Vegas Connection, Brothers By Blood, Silicon Towers, Pocket Ninjas, Skate Dragons, Twin Towers, Graduation Day, Mutant Man, Swiss Family Robinson, and Transylmania.

Black Gold: Struggle for the Niger Delta

One local Niger Delta community's struggle against their own government and a multi-national oil corporation who has plundered their land and destroyed the environment.  View Trailer

10th and Wolf

Inspired by the true-life accounts of FBI Special Agent Joseph D. Pistone, otherwise known as "Donnie Brasco" 10th & WOLF tells the story of Marine Sgt. Tommy Santoro (Marsden) who in 1991 thought he had left behind his family's ties to organized crime. His homecoming turns him into something much worse.  View Trailer

The Grief Tourist

The film chronicles Jim Tahana, a disturbed and troubled soul who retraces the footsteps of serial killers who fascinate him as his hobby. His dark obsession with past killers soon becomes his reality and leads viewers on a menacing and horrific journey inside his twisted mind. The film is produced by Vision Entertainment and Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions.

Lost Revolution

Reynaldo Pedro Ferrer (Jamie Harris), a former terrorist involved in the independence movement for Puerto Rico, is now living as Ronald Peter. He must confront his past after the murder of his eldest son, Rodney (Aaron Staton). His father Popo (Jaime Tirelli), a high level member of a clandestine faction of the movement, is posing as a double agent with the help of his associate, Soto (Melissa Leo). Popo must protect his family
and still preserve the group's quest for freedom.

New Hope Manor

New Hope Manor helps troubled girls get their lives together by teaching them to follow rules, but when a series of threatening notes demands that they follow impossible rules or die, the girls start to disappear one by one. The suspense biuilds when they start to suspect each other... or is there a stranger hiding in the house?

A Month of Sundays

A Month of Sundays is a charming, quirky story of a teenage girl, who runs away with her grandfather to keep him from being placed in a nursing home and locate the son who vanished many years before

The film stars Academy Award Winning Actor, the late, Rod Steiger (On the Waterfront), Academy Award Nominee Sally Kirkland (Anna), Emmy Award Winner Sally Struthers (All in the Family), Emmy Award Nominee Jamie Farr (Mash), Al Sapienza (The Sopranos), Dee Wallace Stone (E.T., Cujo), Michael Pare (Eddie and the Cruisers, The Philadelphia Experiment).

"A Month of Sundays" received Best Picture in the Atlantic City Film Festival with Suzanne DeLaurentiis as Best Producer at the Marco Island Film Festival.

The Terence Scarlet Award went to Filmmaker Suzanne DeLaurentiis, whose film: "A Month of Sundays," starred the late Rod Steiger.   View Trailer

Shut Up and Kiss Me

Ryan and Pete are 27-year old best friends in Miami, born on the same day and each searching for the perfect woman. Ryan is a rookie stockbroker living with his psychic Mom. Pete is a slick surfer dude yet to find commitment. Each meets the women of their dreams on the same day. Ryan knocks heads in an elevator with the gorgeous Jessica, passing out before getting her number. Pete falls for the insatiable Tiara, but Tiara's uncle is mob boss Vincent Bublione, charged with her protection. This high-energy romantic comedy asks to what extent will you go for true love?   View Trailer

Out of the Black

Set amongst the rolling hills of Western Pennsylvania's once prosperous coal country, Out of the Black is a suspenseful, compelling tale of two brothers, Cole and Patrick Malby, and their quest to unravel the mysteries surrounding their father's death. Based on true events, this heartfelt drama follows the plight of two brothers' quest for the truth.  View Trailer

The Vegas Connection

Carradine is surrounded by a talented group of actors in The Vegas Connection. They include Ashley Brooks, Karen Armstrong, Ryan "Rhino" Michaels, Ed McMahon, Mame Van Doren, Barry Sigismondi, and Suzanne DeLaurentiis.   View Trailer


Executive Producer: Suzanne DeLaurentiis & Richard Meyers


Executive Producer: Suzanne DeLaurentiis


Executive Producer: Suzanne DeLaurentiis & Steven Chase


Soul Fire Rising

SOUL FIRE RISING takes us on a journey between heaven and hell, where Demons and Wingers fight for human souls in the ultimate battle for supremacy. If Eve's soul is captured, all Hell could break loose.

Real American Meals

For 235 years now, we have become truly a melting pot of different cultures and ethnicities. Each week we will explore what Americans really eat. We will visit homes across America and share with you how food, family and friends connect. How the uniqueness of each home defines what is a real american meal.

Abby's Groovy Getaways

Abigail Schrader hosts Abby's Groovy Getaways, an exciting new travel show where viewers join Abby as she explores vacation destinations across America. Since traveling is one of Abby's many passions, she is eager to explore exciting, new locations for every type of vacation. Abby's journeys will take her coast to coast to traditional family vacation spots, world-class spas, theme parks, haunted ghost ships the Wild Wild West and much, much more!


JOCKS is a half-hour television program hosted by Baseball Great Steve Garvey (LA Dodgers and San Diego Padres), where unknown athletes from inner city school yards, gymnasiums, sandlot fields, farmlands, and suburban backyards from around the world, get the opportunity to compete in their particular sport in a series of events. Play-by-play and other commentary is given by legendary Sports Broadcasting Announcer Stu Nahan.

The ultimate prize for competitors is a personal invitation from a pro team to tryout at their camp, fulfilling the dream of getting a shot at becoming a professional athlete. The pilot includes basketball, soccer, and baseball with guest appearances from professional soccer player Cobi Jones (LA Galaxy and US World Cup Team) and Steve Rammel (former pro soccer player and current UCLA scout).   Learn More.


Life is filled with choices and each choice has a result. Adjustments deals with the concerns that go along with giving a child up for adoption. Directed by Stewart Raffill. Written and produced (with Suzanne Delaurentiis) by Amber Moore. Starring Dee Wallace Stone, Al Sapienza, Amber Moore, Sedwitzs Dumont, and Gary Brockette.

Additional Projects

Carbo-Life (2000) short-form infomercial
Naive Bree DC-4 (1999)
Cocinando con Las Estrellas (1999) - Starring Ed McMahon, Charo and Frankie Avalon
The Edge (1999) - Starring Brian Bloom
Let Freedom Ring Pretty Poision (1998) Virgin Records
Genexin Remind (1998) - Starring Frankie Avalon
Mothers Against Sexual Abuse (1997)
American Cancer Society (1997)
Talk to Your Kids (1996) - Tele-Award Winner
Aids Awareness (1995)
Twin Towers (1986) - Starring Vincent Price
My Lovely Bank (1982) - Canadian Sitcom


Throughout her 30-plus years as a filmmaker, Suzanne has been honored with many prestigious awards. In 2002 the Marco Island Film Festival honored Ms. Delaurentiis with their esteemed Terry Scarlett Award for Filmmaking, and in 2003 the Palm Beach International Film Festival presented her with The Distinguished Founders Award for Excellence in Filmmaking.

In 2006, Suzanne Delaurentiis Productions independently produced 10th & Wolf, a drama based on the investigations of mob informant Joe Pistone, aka Donnie Brasco. Filmed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the film starred James Marsden, Giovanni Ribisi, Brad Renfro, Brian Dennehy, Dennis Hopper, Val Kilmer, Lesley Ann Warren, Tommy Lee, Piper Perabo and Dash Mihok. The film won Ms. Delaurentiis numerous awards.

In early 2007, Suzanne received the prestigious Opal Award from Women in Film and in 2008, The Hollywood Fame Awards honored her for her lifetime achievement for music in independent films.

Suzanne has been the recipient of several proclamations from the mayors of major cities throughout the United States for bringing quality film projects, as well as tens of millions of dollars to the cities’ economies.


In addition to her numerous awards and productions, Ms. Delaurentiis has also taken part in historical litigation in cases relating to both union issues and distribution. She has fought successfully, protecting the rights of independent filmmakers.

Suzanne recently started the Cinema City International Film Festival which debuted at Universal Studios in 2007 and was rated one of the top 25 Film Festivals by MovieMaker Magazine in the festivals second year. She conducts lectures and workshops, mentoring up and coming actors and filmmakers. Suzanne has helped hundreds of talented people jumpstart their careers.

Suzanne devotes much of her spare time to philanthropic efforts, raising money for numerous worthy causes including veterans’ charities, the American Cancer Society, Big Brothers and Sisters, Cops for Causes, the Boggy Creek Gang, the Lupus Foundation, and the Multi-cultural Youth Foundation.




In Loving Memory

In loving memory of my dearest friends who are no longer with us. You will be missed.





Mailing Address:

10061 Riverside Drive
Suite 101
Toluca Lake, CA 91602

Office Address:

Paramount Studios
5555 Melrose Ave
Hollywood, CA 90038
Cooper Building #227


(323) 956-7899




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