We make movies and tell stories that change the way you see the world — and leave a great lasting impression.
At POV, human connection is the key. We tell stories you won’t forget and share images of truth and love, worldwide.
At Persistence of Vision we bring a cool new perspective to filmmaking—
at POV the movie never really ends.
From development and prep, into production and post, through advertising, marketing, and brand sponsorships— we bring prestige Hollywood level cinema techniques all over the world and create lasting images that viewers will want to see again and again.
PERSISTENCE OF VISION is an international production company dedicated to creating television and films that leave a lasting impression—and change the way viewers see the world.
Jill Killington (founder, CEO, Persistence of Vision Inc. 2014) is a producer, writer, and film director.
Best known as writer and producer on the epic television adaptation of Stephen King’s THE STAND (2020), a prophetic tale of redemption about the survivors of a deadly epidemic, the limited event tv series for Paramount+ stars Alexander Skaarsgard, Whoopi Goldberg, James Marsden, Greg Kinnear, Ezra Miller, JK Simmons, Amber Heard, Odessa Young, Owen Teague, Nat Wolff, Katherine McNamara, and Henry Zaga.
Jill Killington started her career in commercials and produced reality shows in Hollywood before moving into independent films as a writer and executive producer of the Tribeca Film Festival Special Selection, All We Had,
directed by and starring Katie Holmes.
A Jill of All Trades and master of getting it done, Killington worked in commercials as an actor, copywriter, and campaign creator. She honed her craft in post-production, working as a story producer and editor for reality tv and the hit Adult Swim show Loiter Squad starring Odd Future.
Always adaptable, her script Killer Appetites attracted attention in Hollywood and lead to her breakthrough as screenwriter on the Tribeca Special Selection All We Had.
Entering a new chapter as a writer, Killington focused her talents on film adaptations of her favorite epic novels Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire (for Universal Studios and Ron Howard’s Imagine Entertainment), and started on Stephen King’s The Stand for Warner Brothers in 2014. During this time, Killington also developed Clive Barker’s Imajica for MRC and her own feature MURDR for Blumhouse, and learned the inner workings of the studio system and the many ways projects end up in turnaround.
After years of shepherding a cinematic adaptation of The Stand for theatrical release, Stephen King’s masterpiece was finally greenlit as a tv series by CBS All Access with Killington serving as producer and writer on the show. The star-studded series debuted in 2020, and is currently available on the Paramount + streaming service and Amazon internationally.