Founded in 2004, Little Beach is a Los Angeles-based company that produces, finances and distributes independent films, television and theater productions. With an eye toward intelligent, character-driven, humanistic material, the company’s overall mission is to showcase stories that inspire, engage and entertain.
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Marc Turtletaub has been a producer for over twenty years with two production companies, including Little Beach which he co-founded in 2004. He is also a director, whose most recent feature, Puzzle, was distributed by Sony Pictures Classics.
Tim Foley is an Emmy Award-winning TV and film producer. Most recently he worked on Vida for Starz, and Sorry For Your Loss for Facebook. He is currently working on projects at HBO, Showtime and Amazon. He loves music and books, and is interested in how the arts intersect with technology. He lives in Malibu and is learning how to surf. Patiently.
Michael B. Clark
Michael is the Head of Film at Little Beach. He is a graduate of the Dept. of Dramatic Writing at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and began his producing career at Little Beach in 2006. He most recently ran the company’s Beachside division along with Alex Turtletaub. His film producing / EP credits include Safety Not Guaranteed (2012), Medora (2013), Tig (2015), People Places Things (2015), Louder Than Bombs(2015), Morris From America (2016), Miss Stevens (2016), Tramps (2016), The Incredible Jessica James (2017), Mr. Roosevelt (2017), Maine (2018), The Miseducation of Cameron Post(2018) and 17 Blocks (2019). On the episodic side, Michael executive produced Strangers, the first scripted series to be launched by Facebook, in 2017. He is most fortunate to be the father of two magical children, Arlo and Billie, who reside in Vermont.
As an LA native, film, tv, and pop culture have always been a big part of Zoe’s life so it was only natural that that love led her to a career in the entertainment industry. Honing her skills across many different types of fast-paced environments, Zoe began her career in the mailroom at WME before landing on desks in the TV Lit department and at Endeavor Content. She then went on to work at BRON Studios where she cut her teeth working across their film and tv development slate. As a Creative Executive, Zoe worked at a small talent-led production company where she oversaw a robust slate of multiple projects at various stages of development before joining Little Beach in 2022. In her free time, she loves going to concerts, playing with her dog, Stevie, and catching up on The Real Housewives.