About MMP

Mike Mosallam is a Tony Award-winning producer, director, writer for theater, film and television.

Through his production company, Mike Mosallam Productions, he and his team produced short films: Breaking Fast (Cannes Film Festival) and Brothers (12-time Jury & Audience Award Winner), both written and directed by Mike, along with the short film "Ubuntu," a co-production with the Muslim Public Affairs Council. His feature film debut, Breaking Fast (based on the short), is now available on Tubi and anywhere you can rent movies. He is the creator and Co-Executive-Producer of the 2011 critically acclaimed TLC series, All-American Muslim. Most recently, Mike was an Executive Creative Consultant on Season 2 of Hulu's Ramy. His second feature film (a film adaptation of Heather Raffo’s Nine Parts of Desire) premiered on PBS in the spring of 2023. His latest script, The Untitled Chubby Muslim Project, was a Black List selection in 2020. Currently in development are a tv series adaptation of Breaking Fast and a feature film based on CNN Hero, Rahul Dabey. On the theatre side, Mike has produced and directed more than 100 theatrical productions. Most notably he is a Co-Producer on the 6-time Tony nominated revival of PARADE starring Ben Platt and the 6-time Tony nominated revival of A DOLL’S HOUSE starring Jessica Chastain. He is a proud Muslim and Lebanese American. Mike is represented by The Gersh Agency, Color Creative by Issa Rae, and Granderson Des Rochers, LLP.

The Team

Seth Hauer

Seth Hauer currently works in development at Alan Poul’s company Boku Films. He most recently wrapped Season 6 of the Emmy-winning show “Girls.” Prior to HBO, he worked for MGM, coordinating production on the studio side for shows such as “Teen Wolf” and “Vikings.” Prominent in Hauer’s other TV work was his involvement in “Codes of Conduct,” a HBO six-hour limited series helmed by Academy Award winner Steve McQueen, as well as his development in the “Tales of the City” reboot for Netflix. He was an Associate Producer on HBO’s “Looking,” which was recognized by GLAAD, GALECA, and won a NewNowNext Award.

Sarah Bazzi is a film and television producer whose most notable credits include the Emmy-nominated hit series, Ozark (Season 2). Most recently she co-produced the short film, Are You Still There?, alongside Academy Award winning Director, Rayka Zehtabchi, which made its North American premiere at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival. Previously, Sarah was with ABC Television where she helped launch a number of Digital Original Series, such as the Viola Davis produced, American Koko, and Ty Burrell's Boondoggle. Her work has been seen nationally and internationally at the Cannes Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival, Frameline, InsideOut: Toronto, and the Arab Film Festival. She is first-generation Lebanese-American and currently works at Netflix in Production Operations.

Sarah Bazzi
Alex Lampsos

Alex Lampsos is an award-winning producer of over 50 films, commercials and music videos, including Netflix’s Cherry Pop. Since launching his career at the Toronto International Film Festival, Alex has gone on to produce music videos for Atlantic Records, Universal Music Group, Island Records and numerous Rupaul's Drag Race stars with millions of views on YouTube. His films have been distributed on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and screened in 100+ festivals worldwide collecting multiple jury and audience awards. On the commercial front, Alex has produced for Marvel, Disney, Sony, along with LA Models in collaboration with Elton John.