This production will primarily be a collaborative effort between the entertainment industry and the cosplay community; however, this does not exclude various artists that will be joining this production such as stage performers, musicians, comic book artists and other creative talents. The objective is to bring exposure and provide exciting opportunities to the cosplayers and all who are involved with the production of Lost Cos. This will be a unique experience with so much more in-store for cosplayers especially. We are in tight communication with the cosplay community to make sure our content is relatable and entertaining. We will also offer a volunteer program as well for cosplay talents. Incentives volunteers will be announced on the Lost Cos website ( ) and on social media.
ROBIN DE LEVITA
Robin de Levita produced 3 feature movies, line produced more than 100 Tv shows, motion picture films, but is best known for producing more than 80 first class theater productions in 7 countries, including 17 Broadway and 4 West End productions, winning numerous international awards including Tony Awards for Titanic, 42nd Street and Into the Woods, plus a Laurence Olivier Award for The Who’s Tommy. In Europe Robin was responsible for many musical theater productions such as, The Lion King, Les Miserables, CATS, Miss Saigon, The Phantom of The Opera, Dance of The vampire, Blue Man Group, Chicago, Sweeney Todd, West Side Story, Cabaret, AIDA and many others. For 5 years he was part of the board of Stage Entertainment overseeing all theatrical productions World Wide.
De Levita has in recent years become famous for his use of innovative staging techniques. As a producer of Soldier of Orange (the longest running musical in Dutch history), De Levita created a rotating auditorium. For the play ANNE he invented a new system that seamlessly integrates video with moveable and rotating stages. Both shows use groundbreaking staging concepts that challenge the relationship between the performance and the audience. Prizes/Awards Tony nominations for Cyrano ñ The Musical, 42nd Street, The Music Man, Urinetown and Into the Woods. Received an Outer Critic Award for Victor Victoria. Received Tony Awards for Titanic (Best Musical), 42nd Street (Best Revival), Into the Woods (Best Revival) and a Laurence Olivier Award for The Whoís Tommy. In 2012 Robin teamed up with media enterperneur Kees Abrahams and formed Imagine Nation.
Michael Tosner started Present Day Productions in 2010. His credits include a 2015 NY Emmy nomination for his work producing "Killing it with Kindness", a Best Cinematography nomination (St. Tropez International Film Festival) for his work as Director of Photography on "Broken Crystal", and a "Creative Vision" award (Flux Fest 2014) for his film "Primogenesis" . Present Day's production credits include music videos for Sigur Ros, Phantogram, and a host of other Brooklyn and LA based indie bands. In addition, Michael has been the Technical Director for Mythic Bridge, (a Brooklyn-based non-profit that teaches filmmaking and production skills to NYC's at-risk youths), and a resident filmmaker with VideoMass (a Brooklyn-based short film collective). In those two roles, Michael has written, directed, produced or lensed over 35 short narrative and documentary films in the last 8 years. He is currently writing and producing his first feature film "Bacon" due to begin production in March of 2020.
Kees Abrahams served as the President of International Production at Sony Pictures Television. He was formerly founder and Chief Executive Officer of 2waytraffic N.V. and was based in its Hilversum headquarters.
Responsible for overseeing 2waytraffic’s extensive portfolio of light entertainment formats, including one of the most successful shows of all time, "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" and others such as "Take It Or Leave It" and "You Are What You Eat" in addition to successful SPT formats such as "Dragons’ Den".
Catriona Rubenis-Stevens is a British born actor, filmmaker and director. She started her theater career in the UK, performing leading roles in productions like Closer, The Wizard of Oz, Loves Labors Lost and The Tempast. She moved to the US to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and from there, she transitioned into her film career a
about a decade ago. Her most recent films, e.ro.sion, noun and The Vanished have screened at over 30 festivals worldwide, including the London Sci-Fi Film Festival and HollyShorts LA, and have been nominated or won several awards including best film, best awareness campaign, best screenplay and best director.
Evgeniya Radilova is an international award-winning director and an actress , who resides in NYC. She successfully started her career in Bulgaria, and after making a name for herself, she moved to New York City.
In NY, she graduated “The American Academy of Dramatic Arts” with honors. Was invited to do the “AADA Repertory Company” with 4 leading roles! Since then, she has appeared Off-Broadway, became a SAG-AFTRA, AEA, and a lifetime member of The Actors Studio, where she performed opposite Ellen Burstyn in The Cherry Orchard, directed by John Gould Rubin. She has appeared in 5 prime time TV shows including: “Law & Order: SVU”, “Limitless”, “Elementary”, “Sex&Drugs & Rock&Roll”, “Spartacus”, and has done multiple feature and short length films.
Evgeniya is the Co-Founder of iDare Productions where she has been producing, writing and directing for the past few years. She started working behind the camera alongside her acting career.
Her first directorial debut the music video, “True Paradise,” won 3 festivals for “Best Music Video” in NYC, LA and MIAMi. . One of her films, “My Relationship with The Moon”, won the “Special Recognition Award” at the "Cayanne Film Festival".
Meanwhile, she has also written, produced and directed her first short films “Patrik”, which won 8 awards in 7 festivals around the world alongside the Gold Award in the "Spotlight Film Awards". Evgeniya was featured as one of the Best Filmmakers in the “Spotlight” for 2018. http://www.spotlightfilmawards.com/filmmakers2018.html.
Jeffrey Smith Georges, founder of "Georges Leconte Creations" and known to the Cosplay community as "JSCOSPLAYPHOTOG" and “JSCOSPLAYART”, is a published entertainment / documentary photographer and graphic artist from Brooklyn, New York. Descending from a lineage of surrealistic and abstract artists (sculptors and painters), Jeff is the first in his artistic family to take on a camera, a graphic tablet, and a digital pen as his artistic medium. Jeffrey did not acquire any formal education in photography, but instead, studied his craft during his trials as a New York City street photographer. Shooting with digital and film, as time progressed; he began to explore horizons beyond NYC. His passion for taking great photographs took him to Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, and more. It wasn't too long until he began to take photographs on a professional level.
Jeffrey also incorporates his studies and experiences in illustration, fine art, Architectural designing, over 10 years of digital still image editing/photo manipulation and his general knowledge of pop culture to make him an effective photographer/digital artist in today's era. These skills were key for his cosplay work. Jeffrey’s cosplay art has been featured on PlayBoy Bulgaria with some of the most artistic images of “Vampirella”, cosplayed by fellow co-producer and Lost Cos leading actress, Evgeniya Radilova. In addition, his work has been on covers for several notable cosplay publications such as Cosplayzine, Cosplay Realm, Cosplay Alliance Magazine and had his work featured in Cosplay Culture Magazine; moreover, has been nominated for 2019 best Cosplay Photographer at QuirkCon.