Blythe Frank

Blythe Frank, an established independent producer for over 15 years, is based in New
York. She holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Producing from Columbia University’s
graduate film program, a MA in Comparative Literature from La Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris
III and a BA in Comparative Literature and Film Studies from The American University of
Paris. Included in her tenure, she has worked in Development with
Mike Hausman at Cinehaus,  as well as the Sundance Lab,  and has run production
at Flickerlab Studios and Time Inc. She has produced documentaries for PBS, and
award-winning commercials and PSAs.  Throughout the years, she has developed a
wide network of financing partners and entities and is extremely well-versed in the art of
independent financing structures and methodologies. Her first film, KETTLE OF FISH
starring Matthew Modine and Gina Gershon drew rave reviews at the Tribeca Films
Festival prior to its theatrical reelase. In the last year, she produced WILD OATS starring
Shirley MacLaine and Jessica Lange, and Executive Produced SHOWING ROOTS
starring Elizabeth McGovern, Maggie Grace and Adam Brody, WHO GETS THE DOG
starring Alicia Silverstone, and Rob Reiner's BEING CHARLIE starring Nick Robinson,
Cary Elwes and Common. She is currently in development on two films with Andy
Tennant and works as the CEO and Head of Production at Middle Kid Inc.  She is also a
visiting instructor at the New York Film Academy in the Producing program. Her work is
driven by the insatiable desire to "put good things into the world.”

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