Paula Landry

Executive Producer

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Producer Paula Landry, MBA is an award-winning content creator in film, television and media entrepreneurship. Her purpose is to reduce loneliness by connecting people through captivating stories. Author of Applying Entrepreneurship to the Arts, Scheduling and Budgeting Your Film: A Panic- Free Guide, co-author with Stephen Greenwald of The Business of Film, and co-author with Marilyn Horowitz of Marketing Your Screenplay with New Media. She creates movie budgets & business plans for clients. Recent projects: Irish crime thriller based on true events LAST PINT, a documentary on the best practices for people living with Autism, developing Warren Adler’s (War of the Roses) DEAD IN THE WATER for the screen; launching the Stage to Screen Script Contestdeveloping projects for theater and screen.  She volunteers as a VP Board Member for the NYC non-profit PANO.

As a producer and consultant, Ms. Landry creates budgets, schedules, business plans for media, and has conducted financial library valuations for film and television in association with G&H Media for clients such as the Truman Capote Estate, playwright Sir Peter Shaffer, Grey Eagle Fund, Cinema 7, and the Australian Government. 

As a professor, Ms. Landry coaches creatives, and teaches media in NYC to MBA graduate students at Wagner College, Metropolitan College of New York, also conducting seminars on media and entrepreneurship at The Actors Fund, NYWIFT, SVA, and worldwide at seminars in Cuba, Haifa, Paris, and London. Landry’s clients include Fortune 500 companies, creative entrepreneurs and non- profits, from Forbes, Deutsche Bank, Christie’s, Pearson Television, Entertainment Weekly, The Game Show Channel, Tribe Pictures, Fit TV to The Actors Fund, Smile Train, and individual media makers. Her films have debuted at Sundance, Chelsea Film Festival, CineVegas, winning awards from the Best Actors Film Fest, Columbia Pictures Screen Gems, Time Warner Showtime Audience Award, and WorldFest Houston Film Festival; her writing has won the Lugnut Award, 2nd Round at Austin Film Festival, and a semi-finalist at Made in NY Writer’s Room. Ms. Landry is a member of Disney’s Creative Talent Development & Inclusion program.