WHO WE ARE
Julio Lopez Velasquez
CEO / Founder / Producer
Producer Julio Lopez Velasquez is a filmmaker based out of Beverly Hills and Silicon Valley. He’s the founder and CEO of TomorrowLand Production Company, which is dedicated to telling gripping, emotional stories that appeal to diverse audiences, multi-cultural and artists alike.
Lopez Velasquez is a co-founder and CEO of Intuition Film Productions. He is a producer and executive producer of feature films such as Buck Run directed by Nick Frangione which made its world-premier at Palm Springs International Film Festival, WolfMother, and other productions as well.
In addition to running multiple businesses, including artisan hot sauce company Formosa Hot Sauce, and real estate firm Global Group Realtors, he’s a Meisner trained actor having graduated from The Meisner Technique Studio.
Director of Development / Producer
Grafton Reyes Doyle is a Writer/Director/Producer based in Los Angeles, CA. He has developed his craft helming projects both on stage and on screen. His play DOPE QUEENS had a successful 6-week run at The Hudson Theatre in Hollywood, CA in 2019, and received widespread critical and audience praise. A feature film version of DOPE QUEENS was subsequently adapted to mark Grafton’s debut as a narrative feature Writer/Director.
Reyes Doyle's other recent work, KEPT MEN, held a reading by The Pasadena Playhouse, directed by MacArthur Genius Recipient Luis Alfaro. A feature film version of KEPT MEN is moving into development as a stylistic noir follow-up to his debut film, which Grafton is pinned to write and direct.
Grafton holds a B.A. in Narrative Studies and Screenwriting and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from USC and dedicated his academic career to honing a uniquely authentic voice, tackling themes of duality and identity which are particularly relevant both in queer and mainstream culture today. His writing has been compared to the great literary classics while maintaining a distinctly current and provocative delivery all his own.
Jillian Houghton joined TomorrowLand Productions in 2020 after spending six years in unscripted television development and production.
She has worked in creative development, production management, and post production supervision on narrative features including TomorrowLand’s flagship film Dope Queens. She is set to produce her first feature film in Spring of 2023.
Jillian studied Film and Entertainment at CSU Fullerton and trained in improv and sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York honing her creative skills.
Sally Colón-Petree is a native of Chicago with over 25 years of experience in the entertainment industry.
In 2004, Sally created Dream On Productions, a Los Angeles based, female-driven boutique Production Company. Dream On’s mission is to produce creative, socially impactful projects that are educational, and crafted to bring awareness to subjects that will ignite the hearts of people globally and locally. Dream On’s first produced, original content, was “Tour TV”, a reality show that took the audience behind the scenes of a concert tour. Sally has also worked as an independent producer and director for various production company’s such as PureFlix Entertainment and White Door Media.
In 2014, Dream On started production on their first feature documentary, "Women Like Us”. Sally and her team spent the next four years traveling across the country learning about social injustices that were occurring to women locally and globally. In 2017, Women Like Us premiered at the Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival and was an official selection at the 2018 Bentonville Film Festival. Featuring award winning journalist, Catt Sadler, comedian/actress, Sherri Shepherd and music by Grammy nominated artist MOBY. Dream On is currently in post production on their next film, “Se Levanta Puerto Rico” (working title), scheduled to be released Fall 2020.
Allison Vanore is an Emmy Award-winning producer of the acclaimed series "After Forever" on Amazon Prime. Between 2015-2019, Allison served as the Head of Production for Canvas Media Studios where she produced shows including Emmy-nominated series "Vanity” starring Denise Richards and Karrueche Tran, “Wear it to Win It” for Facebook, and “Limelight” starring Chloe Lukasiak for Yarn.
Allison's recent film credits include award-winning films “Buck Run,” “The Rainbow Experiment,” and “42 Seconds of Happiness.” Allison serves on the executive board of non-profit Women in Media, an organization that seeks gender parity above and below the line in the entertainment industry. Allison is published in the book “Thriving in Hollywood” by Ms. In The Biz.