J. Todd Harris — Executive Producer
J. Todd Harris earned his BA and MBA from Stanford. Between undergraduate and business school, he served as Managing Director of the award-winning Palo Alto-based repertory company Theatre Works. Mr. Harris has produced 50 films ranging in budget from under $1M to over $40M, including numerous Sundance, Toronto and Tribeca film festival gems and another that garnered a Special Mention for the Camera D’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Productions include Bottle Shock starring Alan Rickman and Chris Pine (released in 2008), Golden Globe-winning and Oscar nominated The Kids Are All Right starring Julianne Moore, Annette Bening and Mark Ruffalo, and the independent features Miss Nobody, The Family Tree and Crooked Arrows, the first mainstream lacrosse movie from Hollywood. From 2003-2007, he served as President of Production for Intellectual Properties Worldwide (IPW), where he produced remakes of the horror films It’s Alive and Piranha. Prior to working with IPW, Mr. Harris was President of Davis Entertainment Classics, the independent arm of Davis Entertainment at 20th Century Fox.