Adi Ezroni serves as the co-head of Keshet Studios’ film division together with Mandy Tagger Brockey.
Prior to Keshet, Ezroni and Brockey produced under their Spring Pictures label. Ezroni is also a former partner at Priority Films and an award-winning actress.
In 2009, Ezroni and Brockey co-founded Spring Pictures to develop, finance and produce high-quality and entertaining films. Under the Spring Pictures banner she produced A Late Quartet, directed by Yaron Zilberman and starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Walken and Catherine Keener; The English Teacher, directed by Craig Zisk and starring Julianne Moore, Greg Kinnear and Lily Collins; SXSW Game Changer award-winner Kelly & Cal, directed by Jen McGowan and starring Juliette Lewis and Jonny Weston; All Nighter, directed by Gavin Wiesen and starring J.K. Simmons and Emile Hirsch; Dean—winner of the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival Founders Award—written and directed by Demetri Martin and starring Demetri Martin, Kevin Kline, Gillian Jacobs and Mary Steenburgen; and Saturday Church, written and directed by two-time WGA award nominee Damon Cardasis and starring Luka Kain, Indya Moore, MJ Rodriguez and Margot Bingham.
Adi received the 2008 US State Department Global Hero Award for her work in raising awareness of human trafficking with the films Holly and Redlight. She is also a lead actress in Israel’s top TV drama series, Prisoners of War (the original series Showtime’s Homeland is based on), and When Shall We Kiss (HBO Europe).