Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon, co-founders of JuVee Productions JuVee Productions - the integrated film, television and digital production company created by Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon, is embarking on an effort to raise $250,000,000 in a global expansion plan for the development, production and distribution of diverse and inclusive film and digital content. The fund will be used to develop, finance, produce and distribute a slate of multiple feature films and branded digital content that will see the relatively young production company expand its footprint globally. “The shift in storytelling should be inclusive and we aim to make it a reality," says Julius Tennon in a press statement. Launched in 2012 by Davis and Tennon, JuVee Productions is a Los Angeles-based artist driven production company that develops and produces independent film, television, theater, and digital content across all platforms. JuVee Productions seeks to produce economical yet premium, sophisticated, and character-driven stories. With an emphasis on producing narratives from a diverse range of emerging and established voices, JuVee Productions aims to become the go-to creative hub where the next generation of filmmakers and artists have the space to craft dynamic stories spanning the broad spectrum of humanity. The company's most recent project is the courtroom drama "Custody" which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2016, and aired on the Lifetime network last week. The short film "Night Shift" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January of this year and continues to tour the film festival circuit. Upcoming the production company has the film adaptation of "The Personal History of Rachel DuPree" which Viola Davis is also starring in; a biopic on Barbara Jordan (the first Southern African American woman elected to the United States House of Representatives), also with Davis starring; and a TV period series set up at ABC titled “The Zipcoders,” set in 1968, about a group of black teenagers form a rock ‘n’ roll band who aspire to be like The Beatles; and there's also Davis' Harriet Tubman film with HBO. Visit www.juveeproductions.com for more information.