In 2003, Julia joined James D. Stern in launching Endgame Entertainment, helping roll its fund into an operating company worth $125 million. As Endgame’s President of Production, Julia oversaw the development and production of more than 23 films, including Hotel Rwanda in 2004 (nominated for an Academy Award), Proof in 2005, and I’m Not There in 2007 (from which Cate Blanchett won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Academy Award for her role). In 2007, Julia produced the documentary Darius Goes West, presented by Julia Roberts, which went on to win more than twenty film festival awards. In 2015 Julia joined Everywhere Studios, an independent television studio as Senior VP, where she has overseen television development and produced several series and films for television, including Who Killed Jon Benet? in 2016. Currently Julia is head of scripted and unscripted Television for Dr. Phil’s Stage 29 Productions where they have an overall production deal at CBS Studios.