Through my conversations with you, my fellow producers, I have noticed a common thread: you feel unseen, unheard, and unappreciated.
Yet, despite all this invisibility, your passion for your work does not falter. This dedication to storytelling needs to be supported and celebrated.
And so I created Dear Producer.
You’ve come to a place that is specifically curated for you, the producer. A platform where you can share stories, celebrate achievements, and provide mentorship for the next generation, helping to shape and guide the world of film from the inside out.
Speaking of reshaping the world, Dear Producer was also created so we can unify our power – to challenge archaic business models that stifle diverse and original voices and to advocate for innovation, transparency, and fiscal responsibility from our industry.
By amplifying the voices of producers, we can advance career sustainability for artists and create a stronger foundation for this industry that we have dedicated our lives to, because on our own, we are strong, but together we can’t be ignored.
Rebecca Green produced two of the top-grossing and critically acclaimed independent films of 2015, IT FOLLOWS and I’LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS, which generated a combined domestic box office total of $22 million. Named one of Variety’s “10 Producers to Watch” and nominated for the Piaget Producer’s Award at the 2016 Film Independent Spirit Awards, Green was also a 2017 Women at Sundance Fellow, Creative Advisor for the 2017 Film Independent Producing Lab, and the Fall 2016 Allesee Endowed Chair in Media Professor at Wayne State University in Detroit. Green holds a B.F.A. from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.