Mollie Engelhart is a woman of many hats. A successful restauranteur and chef serving irresistible plant-based comfort food to the masses at her four locations across Los Angeles. A regenerative farmer growing clean food free of harmful pesticides. A board member of Kiss the Ground working to train farmers to reverse climate change. A movie producer, a wife to an immigrant and a mother to three.

After graduating from the prestigious CalArts film program, Mollie began her career in entertainment working for the urban A&R department Epic at Sony Music under the guidance and teaching of Max Gousse. Her entrepreneurial spirit was quickly realized with the founding of Majestic Studios, which rapidly became the recording home for many artists on the Epic and Electra labels in addition to Virgin and many others. Mollie’s personal artistic talents manifested themselves in the form of poetry and spoken word where she recorded several albums, appeared on the HBO series Def Poetry Jam, as well as the groundbreaking documentary Sp!t. Turning her attention to her lifelong passion for healthy food and living, Mollie started the Vegan restaurants KindKreme and Sage, and produced May I be Frank, a documentary exploring the transformations possible through healthy eating and positive thinking. She has since produced Mark Webber’s End of Love, and is in development of several projects including a semi-biographical romantic comedy co-written with her husband and brother-in-law which she plans on directing. The film will feature a cast including Mark Webber and pop music icon Jason Mraz.

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