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LITTLE MEN, feature film, 2016. (Producer)

An independently-financed film directed by Sundance Grand Jury Award-winner Ira Sachs. Little Men simultaneously follows the friendship formed between 13-year-olds Jake (Taplitz) and Tony (Barbieri), and an increasingly tense dispute between their parents (Kinnear, Ehle, Garcia), set against a backdrop of the ever-changing socioeconomic situation in contemporary New York City.

Sundance Film Festival

World Premiere January 25, 2016. 


Berlinale, 66th Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin. 

European Premiere February 13, 2016


Distribution deals:

Magnolia Pictures  (USA)

Altitude (United Kingdom)

Version Originale Condor (France)

September Film Distribution (Benelux)

Look Now! Film Distribution (Switzerland)

Front Row (Middle East)

Rialto Distribution (Australia)

Golem Distribution (Spain)

Nonstop Entertainment (Scandinavia)

- US Sales Agent: WME Global

- Foreign Sales Agent: Mongrel International


Director: Ira Sachs
Starring: Greg Kinnear, Paulina Garcia, Jennifer Ehle, Michael Barbieri, Teho Taplitz
Producers: Ira Sachs, Lucas Joaquin,
Laura Teodosio & Jim A. Landé (Race Point Films), Christos V Konstantakopoulos (Faliro House).

Writers: Mauricio Zacharias + Ira Sachs

Casting Director: Avy Kaufman

Cinematographer: Oscár Durán

Production Designer: Alexander Schaller

Costume Designer: Eden Miller



Above: Some of the Little Men production team and Cast at the Sundance Premiere.

LOVE IS STRANGE, feature film, 2014. (Executive Producer)

An independently-financed film directed by Sundance Grand Jury Award-winner Ira Sachs, is a multi-generational story of love and marriage. Love Is Strange depicts the delicate nature of any two people trying to build a long life together, and the possibility for love to grow deeper and richer with time.



Sundance Film Festival

World Premiere January 18, 2014


Berlinale, 64th Internationale Filmfestspiele

European Premiere February 7, 2014


Tribeca Film Festival

New York Premiere April 23, 2014



Distribution deals announced:

Sony Pictures Classics (USA, Germany, Scandinavia)

Altitude (United Kingdom)

Pretty Pictures (France)

Also: Brazil, Bulgaria, World (air rights), Greece, Israel, Spain, Eastern Europe (pay tv), Italy, Turkey, Slovenia, Portugal, Australia/New Zealand, Belgium-Netherlands-Luzembourg, Switzerland et al.

- US Sales Agent: WME/William Morris Endeavor

- Foreign Sales Agent: Fortissimo Films


Director: Ira Sachs
Starring: John Lithgow, Alfred Molina, Marisa Tomei.
Producers: Lars Knudsen/Jay Van Hoy (Parts & Labor), Lucas Joaquin, Jayne Baron Sherman.

Executive Producers: Blythe Robertson, Ali Betil, Laura Teodosio, Jim A. Landé, Jim Stephens & Abraham Brown.

Writer: Mauricio Zacharias

Casting Director: Avy Kaufman

Cinematographer: Christos Voudouris

Production Designer: Amy Williams

Costume Designer: Arjun Bhasin



Below: Jim Lande as an extra in a scene with John Lithgow and Alfred Molina. 


Jim encourages investors in his films to come on set often and even to appear on screen (as extras) if interested. Directors that Jim works with understand the value of the experience to investors to be treated as the production family-members that they are.

AWOL, Feature film, 2016

(Executive Producer) 

An independently financed feature directed by Sundance veteran Deb Shoval, adapting her 2011 Sundance award-winning short film. For Joey (age 18), the only way out of rural Pennsylvania is the Army; but before deployment she falls for a 27-year old married woman, Rayna, and plots to go AWOL. 


Premiere: Tribeca Film Festival

World Premiere April 15, 2016


Frameline 2014 Completion Fund Grant, Jerome Foundation Grant, Film Independent Fast Track Fellowship, IFP Narrative Completion Lab, Nominated for Calvin Klein "Live the Dream" Award at Gotham Awards


Director: Deb Shoval
Starring Lola Kirke (co-star of Noah Baumbach's 2015 Sundance premiere, Mistress America, David Fincher's Gone Girl, winner of the Trophee Chopard at Cannes 2015, co-lead star of Amazon's Mozart In The Jungle)

Co-starring Breeda Wool (Lifetime's UnREAL, Amazon's "Betas", Craters Of The Moon, 2011).

Also starring Dale Soules (Orange Is The New Black)

Cinematographer: Gal Deren
Producers: L.A. Teodosio, Jessica Caldwell, Michel Merkt

Executive Producers: Jim Landé, Scott Nadler, Walter Wiacek

Writers: Deb Shoval + Karolina Waclawiak

Casting Director: Adrienne Stern

Production Designers: Hannah Alpert, Bridget Rafferty

Music: Gingger Shankar


Left: AWOL set. Director Deb Shoval with DP Gal Deren and 1st A.D.


Right: With castmembers Breeda Wool and Lola Kirke on set.


Below: Tribeca Film Festival Premiere, April 2016.776667766

A Better Half, Short film, 2022 

(Co-Executive Producer) 

Independently financed short film by writer/director Marco Calvani, Spoleto Festival best playwright (2011) and Edward F. Albee writing fellow. Selected as best short 2022 by British film magazine Close-Up. 


Premiere: Provincetown International Film Festival

World Premiere June 17, 2022


Writer/Director: Marco Calvani
Starring Marisa Tomei (voice), Chris Stack, Darren Pettie

Cinematographer: Alejandro Miyashiro
Producers: Marco Calvani, Ben Arredondo

Executive Producers: Terrence Meck, Marco Pigossi

Co-Executive Producers: Jim Landé, Chris Stack

Casting Director: Betsy Flippinger

Production Designer: Yu-Hsuan Chen


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Bearcity 3, feature film, 2016

(Executive Producer)

An independently-financed and crowd-funded film directed by Award-winner Doug Langway, BC3 is a romantic comedy that concludes the multiple festival audience favorites comprising the BearCity Trilogy (2010 & 2012). Focused on a tight-knit group of NYC-based gay men seeking love, acceptance and happiness with the help of their friendsm siblings and parents. A frisky and heartwarming story of masculine affection between largely hirsute men, their familial ties, and a good-humored look into the subculture of LGBTQ America that has captured the public mind -- the Bears!



San Francisco Frameline International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

Sneak Preview  June 24, 2016


Los Angeles OUTFEST International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

World Premiere July 15, 2016


Director: Doug Langway
Starring: Kathy Najimy, Chris Salvatore, Gerakd McCullouch, Lauryn Alisa McClain, Stephen Guarino, Brian Keane.
Producers: Jay Azzato Joe Amorin, Sam Kite.

Executive Producers: Nine total:  Jim A. Landé, Henry White, et al.

Writer: Doug Langway

Casting Director: Venk Modur

Cinematographer: Jon Carr

Production Designer & Costume Designer Eimi Imanishi 




Mothers And Sons, on Broadway, 2014. (Investor)  

A play by multiple Tony® Award-winner Terrence McNally.

Starring: Tony® and Emmy® winner Tyne Daly (Gypsy, Master Class, “Cagney & Lacey”).

Director: Tony® nominee Sheryl Kaller.

Mothers and Sons reflects on the changing nature of families and the shift in the way gay relationships are experienced and perceived in contemporary America. Tyne Daly portrays a conservative woman who pays an unexpected visit to the New York apartment of her late son's partner, played by Frederick Weller. Unlike her, he has been able to put the loss behind him, rebuilding his life with a husband (Bobby Steggert) and a young son.


On Broadway at the John Golden Theater, Opened March 24, 2014, Closed June 22, 2014.


Starring: Tyne Daly, Frederick Weller (In Plain Sight, Glengarry Glen Ross), Bobby Steggert (Big Fish, Ragtime).
Playwright: Terrence McNally
Producers: Tom Kirdahy, Paula Wagner, Debbie Bisno, Alan and Barbara Marks, Wade Turnbull.

AUDITION: Provincetown, stage show, 2014, Provincetown, Massachusetts


A weekly variety show for emerging and established stage performers in various disciplines on stage at The Crown & Anchor, in Provincetown, Massachusetts, America's oldest artists' colony and the birthplace of American Theater. 


Hosted by celebrated club artist, Kevin Aviance, and NYC performer Marti Gould Cummings. The season ran May-September 2014.  

[Pictured: Audition host Kevin Aviance on promo poster.  Jim Lande with guest performers Bianca Del Rio (Ru Paul's Drag Race 2014 Winner) and with Milk Queen and her Dairy Queens (Ru Paul's Drag Race 2014 finalists)]




The Two-Character Play by Tennessee Williams, off Broadway, 2013. (Above-the-Title Lead Producer)


Critically-acclaimed off Broadway revival starring Tony Award winner Amanda Plummer (Agnes of God, Pulp Fiction) and Academy Award nominee Brad Dourif (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest), who united their white-hot talents for this highly anticipated production of what Tennessee Williams called "My most beautiful play since Streetcar."  



Reality and fantasy are interwoven with terrifying power as two actors on tour – brother and sister – find themselves deserted by their troupe. As they dip in and out of performance they find it difficult to differentiate themselves from their roles and reality from illusion. 


~ Ben Brantley, chief theater critic, The New York Times raved: "Sensational Hilarious, Powerful. A Raging Conflagration, Watch Them Burn!"


New York City, Off Broadway at New World Stages, June 19 - September 29, 2013


Starring: Amanda Plummer, Brad Dourif
Playwright: Tennessee Williams
Producers: Rob Driemeyer, Morgan Sills, Jim A. Landé, Al Parinello

Scenic Design/London Costume Design: Alice Walkling

Costume Design/New York: Lara Dawn de Bruijn

Management: Brierpatch Productions/Laura Janik-Cronin and Scott Newsome

Casting: Wojcik+Seay/Scott Wojcik and Gayle Seay

Above: principal castmembersTony-winner Amanda Plummer and Oscar-nominee Brad Dourif.


Below: alternate castmembers

Lisi Tribble and Rob Sedgwick.  

BEARCITY 2: THE PROPOSAL, feature film, 2012.  (Producer, Executive Producer)

An award-winning independently financed romantic comedy that played the international LGBTQ film festival circuit and a limited theatrical release before being distributed in the US on Netflix, as well as self-distributed domestically and worldwide through innovative web-based means to fans in more than sixteen (16) foreign language subtitled versions, an unprecendented achievement for an ultra-low budget indie spearheaded by Jim in his dual role as producer/distributor.


Premiere: Closing weekend feature of the 2012 Los Angeles Outfest, at the John Anson Ford Ampitheater. 


Directed and Written by Doug Langway.

Starring: Kathy Najimy, Gerald McCullouch, Stephen Guarino, Susie Mosher, Richard Riehle, Greg Gunter, James Martinez, Brian Keane, Joe Conti, Alex Di Dio, Aaron Tone, Kevin Smith.

Cinematographer: Michael Hauer

Producers: Jim A. Landé, Henry White, Tracy Utley.

Executive Producers: Jim A. Landé, David Stephen Martin, Henry White.


LA CAGE AUX FOLLES on Broadway, 2010.  (Investor)

Three TONY Awards including Best Musical Revival, Best Leading Actor in a Musical (Douglas Hodge).


Written by Jerry Herman & Harvey Fierstein.

Starring: Kelsey Grammer, Douglas Hodge and Harvey Fierstein, Jeffrey Tambor


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