Based in Los Angeles, Josh Bachove is the founder and president of Pocket 7 Films, a full-service film and television production company focused on guiding independent projects from development all the way through distribution.

Bachove most recently wrapped production on the feature film adaptation The Sky is Everywhere with A24 for Apple TV+, as well as recently released A24 feature Minari, which won the 2021 Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film, and Grand Jury and Audience Awards at Sundance 2020.

In addition, Bachove has produced a number of critically acclaimed films which have premiered at Sundance and numerous other festivals including: The Nowhere Inn (Carrie Brownstein, St. Vincent), Lizzie (Kristen Stewart, Chloe Sevigny), The Little Hours (Aubrey Plaza, Alison Brie, Molly Shannon, John C Reilly), Joshy (Thomas Middleditch, Nick Kroll, Jenny Slate), Life After Beth (Aubrey Plaza, Dane DeHaan), The Weekend (Sasheer Zamata, Tone Bell), and Welcome Home (Aaron Paul, Emily Ratajkowski).

Bachove takes great pride in the fact that every film he has produced has been acquired and distributed by some of the largest studios in the industry, including Lionsgate, Universal, Sony, Netflix, Amazon, MTV/Viacom, and A24.