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Michael Nozik received an Academy Award nomination as producer of Best Picture nominee Quiz Show, directed by Robert Redford and starring Ralph Fiennes, John Turturro, and Paul Scofield.
For six years, he was president of Robert Redford's film production companies, Wildwood Enterprises and South Fork Pictures.
Mr. Nozik's producing credits include Dan Algrant's People I Know, starring Al Pacino and Kim Basinger; and Robert Redford's The Legend of Bagger Vance, starring Matt Damon and Will Smith. For South Fork, he also produced How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog, starring Kenneth Branagh and Robin Wright Penn; Tamara Jenkins' Slums of Beverly Hills, starring Natasha Lyonne and Marisa Tomei; and Edward Burns' No Looking Back and She's the One (as executive producer).
Previously, Mr. Nozik had produced three films for director Mira Nair: The Perez Family, starring Marisa Tomei and Anjelica Huston; Mississippi Masala, staring Denzel Washington and Sarita Choudhury; and the Academy Award-nominated Salaam Bombay!
His other producing credits include Michael Apted's Thunderheart, starring Val Kilmer; Joan Micklin Silver's Crossing Delancey, starring Amy Irving; and Abel Ferrara's China Girl, starring David Caruso. For televison, he executive-produced PBS' Skinwalkers, based on the Tony Hillerman novel and directed by Chris Eyre; and the HBO movie Criminal Justice, directed by Andy Wolk.
Mr. Nozik is a founding partner in the newly formed Serenade Films, which finances low-budget digital video films for theatrical release. Serenade has been created on the egalitarian business model in which the entire filmmaking team works for extremely low but equal fees and then shares from first dollar in the revenue from the sale and distribution of the film.