After finishing Dartmouth College and Emory Law School, Geoffrey J Felder worked both for his uncle Raoul Lionel Felder’s law firm and his father Doc Pomus’ music publishing company. After his father’s death in 1991 Mr. Felder, his sister and his brother-in-law formed Pomus Songs to control and exploit the songs and musical accomplishments of Doc Pomus. In 1993 he created Felder Pomus Entertainment to expand beyond his father’s songs to other songwriters as well as other entertainments in film, TV and stage. These new non-film entertainments included the Off-Off-Broadway Sherita Marshone: The Argentine Bomb-Shelter and the one woman show Dollface . In film, Mr. Felder has financed or co-financed features and shorts including Expiration Date and Lifebreath (a.k.a. Last Breath ) starring Luke Perry. Current projects include a documentary and feature film on the life of his father and the Broadway musical Save The Last Dance For Me also based on the life of his father scheduled to open in 2003. He also producer and co-wrote the short Go Jimmy Go which made the rounds of ten 2001 film festivals wining awards at the Rochester International Film FEstival and WorldFest-Houston.