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Early in her career, Marci Levine worked for over a decade at The Walt Disney Studios, initially as a production accountant for live-action television and film projects, among them Frank Oz’ What About Bob?, James Lapine’s Life with Mikey, Thom Eberhardt’s Captain Ron, and Randal Kleiser’s White Fang. She then moved over to the Feature Animation division to work on Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, after which time she was promoted to production representative to Pixar Animation Studios. In the latter capacity, she was responsible for the implementation of the co-production agreement with Pixar, approval of annual budgets and the supervision of the production and financial plans of all their films. This successfully encompassed development and production on John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton’s A Bug’s Life; John Lasseter, Ash Brannon, and Lee Unkrich’s Toy Story 2; and Pete Docter, David Silverman, and Lee Unkrich’s Monsters, Inc.
Following a period of consulting with various animation studios, Ms. Levine was associate producer on Vanguard Animation’s Valiant, directed by Gary Chapman, which required the building of an animation studio in London from scratch to handle the production.
As post-production producer on Catherine Owens and Mark Pellington’s U2 3D concert feature, she was responsible for the delivery of the final picture elements, which required unifying the various technical factors that ranged from digital 35mm to 4K IMAX elements.
Ms. Levine most recently worked as a consulting producer at Chris Meledandri’s Illumination Entertainment, which makes family films for Universal Pictures.
She holds a Masters of Arts in Applied Psychology from the University of Santa Monica, as well as a Bachelors of Science in Business Management from San Francisco State University.