Annie Granatstein has worked in the entertainment industry for over 12 years at the Creative Artists Agency (working with clients such as Doug Liman and the Farrelly Bros.), Jerry Bruckheimer Films and as an attorney at the premiere talent law firm of Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler & Feldman. Currently, Annie is an independent producer and film consultant at Constant Fables. Among her numerous feature films in development are The Great Antonio which she developed with Steven Soderbergh at Warner Bros and Tribes, based on a graphic novel which screenwriter Alex Tse (The Watchmen) is attached to adapt. She has produced two critically acclaimed motion comics (Sex Planet and The Angel) based on comics by Emmy Award winning artist Dean Haspiel. She also spearheaded the publicity campaign for the latimes.com debut of The Angel (featuring original music by Moby) that reached out to comics, design, animation, music and entertainment websites/blogs. In addition, she advises producers on development, deal structure and finance.
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Extensive LA and NY industry relationships
Agency (CAA), Production Company (Bruckheimer Films), Talent Attorney (Lichter, Grossman, Nichols & Adler), Development and Production experience (Ind. Prod. at Constant Fables)
Specialize in development, packaging, deal structuring and raising financing
Developed screenplay at Warner Bros. for Steven Soderbergh (THE GREAT ANTONIO)
Developing pitch with screenwriter of THE WATCHMEN, Alex Tse, to adapt IDW graphic novel TRIBES.
Clients / Credits
- Producer THE GREAT ANTONIO (in dev. WB)
- Producer TRIBES (in dev.)
- Producer THE ANGEL motion comic
- Producer SEX PLANET motion comic
- Entertainment attorney at Lichter et. al.
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