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Zoe Lister Jones is a renowned world renowned contributor and editor for Harvard Business Review and the author of books such as The Big Leap. She has been a brand strategist and speaker on what makes a brand modern and enduring.
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)Zoe Lister-Jones is an actor, writer, director and producer. She recently wrote, directed, and produced “The Craft: Legacy.” Lister-Jones made her directorial debut with “Band Aid,” which she also wrote, produced, and starred in. “Band Aid” was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival and made history as the first feature film made with an all-female crew. The “Life in Pieces” alumna’s other credits include “Consumed” and “Breaking Upwards.” (Source:
Zoe Lister-Jones is an actor, writer, and producer who stars opposite Colin Hanks in Life in Pieces (2015) for CBS. She can also be seen in the HBO project Confirmation (2016) opposite Kerry Washington for director Rick Famuyiwa. Zoe wrote/executive produced/starred in the Fox Searchlight feature, Lola Versus (2012). Zoe also co-wrote, produced and starred in the indie comedy, Breaking Upwards (2009), which was distributed by IFC Films in 2010. Zoe's film Consumed (2015) premiered at the LA Film Festival in June, 2015. She most recently wrote/directed the independent feature Band Aid (2017) which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. (Source: www.amazon.com)
Zoe Lister-Jones is an actor, writer, and producer who stars opposite Colin Hanks in Life in Pieces (2015) for CBS. She can also be seen in the HBO project Confirmation (2016) opposite Kerry Washington for director Rick Famuyiwa. Zoe wrote/executive produced/starred in the Fox Searchlight feature, Lola Versus (2012). Zoe also co-wrote, produced and starred in the indie comedy, Breaking Upwards (2009), which was distributed by IFC Films in 2010. Zoe's film Consumed (2015) premiered at the LA Film Festival in June, 2015. She most recently wrote/directed the independent feature Band Aid (2017) which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Zoe Lister-Jones is an actress, writer and producer known for playing Jennifer Collins Short in the CBS comedy Life in Pieces. Her other notable television credits include Whitney and Friends with Better Lives, as well as a recurring role on New Girl. She has also appeared in the films Salt, The Other Guys, Lola Versus, the HBO TV movie Confirmation and the 2017 comedy Band Aid. In 2015, Lister-Jones wrote, produced and starred in Consumed. Outside of acting, she wrote and produced a remake of the beloved 1996 teen movie The Craft called The Craft: Legacy. Lister-Jones can next be seen starring in the film How It Ends, releasing July 20, 2021.
Zoe Lister-Jones' new indie film How It Ends is an apocalyptic comedy that flips the script on what you'd usually expect from end-of-the-world movies. Because instead of trying to stop the impending end of days, Liza (Lister-Jones) spends her last day alive wandering around Los Angeles, visiting and reconnecting with friends, family, and exes for one last cathartic breakthrough. Helping her along the way on her wild, unpredictable, and surprisingly laidback journey is the manifestation of her younger self (played by Cailee Spaeny). (Source: ew.com)
ZOE LISTER-JONES: It was fairly early in quarantine and Daryl and I were facing obviously all of the emotional overwhelm that collectively the world was facing at this very singular moment in history. And we, like everyone, felt so ill-equipped to handle it. For both of us as artists, we tend to try to process existential crises that we're facing, through our work, and this film was no exception. It was a lifeline for each of us to try and navigate our most vulnerable selves, at this moment in our lives. We were each doing a lot of inner child work in our respective virtual therapy sessions. And there was such a feeling of uncertainty around the future of filmmaking and when we would be able to make films again, so we set out to create a narrative that could be done safely within the parameters of this new normal that was also a way for us to navigate the emotional landscape of this semi-apocalypse that we were living, while not speaking directly to it.
How It Ends, the pandemic-era movie by actress and director Zoe Lister-Jones coming to theaters on July 20, is rife with regret. In the film, Lister-Jones, playing the character Liza, and the embodiment of her teenage self, played by Cailee Spaeny, go on an Odyssey-like journey walking through Los Angeles on the day before the world ends. Along the way, the two encounter a host of characters—played by Olivia Wilde, Fred Armisen, Nick Kroll, Ayo Edebiri and many more—discussing their plans for the evening ahead of their demise. But they also pay visits to Liza’s exes, former friends, and father and mother, where Liza expresses regret for the failures she’s committed in those relationships, and attempts to patch things up ahead of Earth imploding. It was a real expression of what Lister-Jones herself experienced during the pandemic, she explains over the phone from Los Angeles. “Quarantine brought to the surface a lot of time for reflection around regret,” Lister-Jones says. “What you would do if you had just one day or one week? That was ringing very true and clear for us emotionally, things that you wish you would have said or done or done differently. That’s not always easy to express, so the film gave us a means to do that.”
Director, producer and actor, Zoe Lister Jones not only makes headlines but also writes them. As the filmmaker and star of Band Aid, she employed an entirely female production crew for the full-length feature production. Using her experience with Band Aid, she continues the conversation of including women in Hollywood and striving toward representation balance. She currently stars opposite Colin Hanks on Life in Pieces on CBS.