Isaacs is an award-winning filmmaker, preservationist and educator. He is the founder and CEO of 100% Entertainment, Inc. (, an independent production and development company and The Film History Preservation Project, (, a multi-award winning documentary series devoted to legendary film producers. The Mission Statement of the FHPP is to preserve cinema history by enshrining a legacy of priceless stories and insights that will be studied and appreciated for generations, by film buffs, fans, students, preservationists and historians around the World.

Over his four-decade career, Isaacs has written, produced and directed a wide range of film and television projects. He has overseen multi-million dollar budgets, spearheaded staffs in excess of seventy-five people, and also held the title of Head of Literary for David Shapira and Associates.

Isaacs has conducted screenwriting and film production workshops at film festivals around the world and has a strong commitment to education.

His accomplishments also include: being a Special Advisor and Member of the Board of The Niagara Falls International Film Festival, Keynote Speaker at “The Magic of Books”… Celebrate Literacy Seminar held at the University of Southern Mississippi Campus, Guest Instructor at the National Association of Latino Independent Producers, Master Class Lecturer at The Korean Film Council/Korean Academy of Film Arts Festival, Seoul Korea, being a volunteer Big Brother for a dozen years and serving as a Mentor to Middle School children for four semesters at Spark LA, a mentoring program that works in conjunction with The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Isaacs is a member of the Writers Guild of America and Canada, SAG-AFTRA , The Producers Guild of America and The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.