As yutes, Gideon shot super 8 films in his backyard, Eyal was Huckleberry Finn on Israeli TV, and Jim created box office spreadsheets on weekends for his studio exec dad.  

As responsible adults, they moved onto the big bad worlds of oil, tech, and media.  

SMASH CUT TO: years later, fate brings these gents together to do what they really love.  

TADMOR is born.

Now we are a one stop shop for auteur driven projects in film and television. Develop, produce, finance, whatever it takes to bring innovative stories to the screen, where they belong.


Gideon Tadmor
Founder and Chairperson

Gideon, in addition to his work as a film producer, has over 25 years of extensive experience initiating and managing oil and gas exploration and production projects worldwide. He is also active in international real estate development projects, and has served for the last 20 years as a director in different real estate and advanced financial product companies.

Eyal Rimmon

Eyal oversees all creative aspects of Tadmor as lead producer. He launched his film career as the right-hand man to Alexander Salkind (original Superman films) and went on to produce The Quiet American (2002), Zandalee (1991), and Lobsterman From Mars (1989). His credits with Tadmor include Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer, American Ultra (2015), Swiss Army Man, and Junction 48.

Jim Kaufman

Jim oversees all business aspects of Tadmor.  He is also the founder and CEO of Tryline Advisors, where he advises early stage companies on strategy, scaling, and financial management.  Jim is a successful entrepreneur and media executive who built and ran RISE, a high school sports media company, before selling it to ESPN.  He has returned to his roots in the film industry where he previously spent several years at Fox and Loews Cineplex Entertainment.

Racheli Sternberg
Creative Executive

Racheli is responsible for development at Tadmor. She started her career working at the National Theatre, London. She was assistant producer on the blockbuster show War Horse and a script reader for the NT’s Literary Department. She then worked as a freelance producer and dramaturge, collaborating with artists across a wide range of disciplines.

Rena Sapon-White
Creative Associate

Rena is the first point of contact at Tadmor, collaborating on all aspects of development and production as part of the creative team. Prior to joining the company, she worked as a producer and director in documentaries and music videos. Her first feature documentary, Paradisus: The Thousandth Year (2014), set in Poland, was awarded a Nagle Award for significant achievement in broadcast journalism.