Elisabeth Costa de Beauregard

President of Global Sales and Distribution

elisabeth@storyboard.film

Office: 310-574-2776

Mobile: 323-397-8300

Elisabeth Costa de Beauregard is currently the President of Global Sales and Distribution of Storyboard Media, LLC, where she focuses on acquisitions and strategic planning regarding the sales and licensing of independent films in the foreign and US markets. Recently, in her past consulting engagement with AMBI Pictures, Elisabeth helped advance sales of “Rupture,” starring Noomi Rapace, “This Beautiful Fantastic,” starring Tom Wilkinson and Jessica Brown Findley, a large budget animation, “Arctic Justice” and the sales of the 400 title Exclusive library comprising of the Icon, New Market and Sparta titles. She helped shepherd the Keanu Reeves and Lily Collins film “To the Bone,” which sold for top dollar at Sundance 2017 to Netflix along with the Mila Jovovich and James Franco action pic, “Future World,” and romantic comedy “Basmati Blues” starring Brie Larson. Elisabeth aided in the planning of the AMBI UK office as well as has brought in strategic partnerships in Korea and China. 

Before joining AMBI, Elisabeth served as the President of International Sales and Distribution at Voltage Pictures from 2012 through April 2015. During her tenure with Voltage, the company financed and sold the 3 time Academy Award winning “Dallas Buyers Club,” Joseph Gordon Levitt’s starring and directorial debut “Don Jon,” Gabrielle Muccino’s “Fathers and Daughters” starring Russell Crowe, Andrew Nicoll’s “Good Kill” starring Ethan Hawke and Natalie Portman’s starring and Directorial debut “A Tale of Love and Darkness” which was selected to Cannes 2015. In addition, she helped realize, market, finance, and distribute a multitude of third party films ranging in budgets of $3 million – $30 million. 

Prior to working at Voltage, she worked at Lakeshore Entertainment for close to 14 years where in her last three years, served as Executive Vice President, International Sales overseeing Theatrical sales of Lakeshore’s high profile features (Fame, Runaway Bride, Autumn In New York) and helped launch films grossing over $100 million dollars worldwide such as the Underworld Franchise and 4 time Academy Award winner: Million Dollar Baby. Elisabeth also oversaw sales on Lakeshore’s 250 film library in addition to representing the Hearst International TV catalogue with over 500 hours of TV programming and series. 

Elisabeth has served both on the Board and the Executive Board of IFTA and remains very active with the trade organization. She is part of the Los Angeles Chapter of the Junior League for the last 12 years, is on the Advisory Board of the Anti-Poaching Animal Rights Organization, STOP POACHING NOW!, a member of Women in Film, and is a graduate of Occidental College. Born in France and raised in New York City, she resides in Los Angeles.