MoJo Global Arts

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MoJo Global Arts
Film production, Talent Management
HeadquartersJim Henson Company Lot
Key people
Morris Ruskin
Jordan Walker-Pearlman
Website[// ] 

MoJo Global Arts[1] is an independent film production company and talent management company that was founded in 2019[2] by CEO and film producer Morris Ruskin and filmmaker Jordan Walker-Pearlman.

Partial filmography


  1. Hopewell, John; Hopewell, John (9 September 2019). "MoJo Global Arts, 2btube, Touche, Strike Strategic Alliance (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety.
  2. McNary, Dave; McNary, Dave (14 May 2019). "Film News Roundup: Shania Twain, Britt Robertson Join Faith-Based 'I Still Believe'". Variety.
  3. Kay2019-08-30T02:13:00+01:00, Jeremy. "MoJo Global Arts picks up North American sales rights to TIFF selection 'Knuckle City' (exclusive)". Screen.
  4. Kay2020-07-31T02:16:00+01:00, Jeremy. "South African Oscar submission 'Knuckle City' finds US home (exclusive)". Screen.

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