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Gina Resnick (Executive Producer) currently serves as president, and is a principal, at Volume One Entertainment, LLC, a New York and Los Angeles-based investment company engaged in the financing, acquisition, and production of feature films.
Ms. Resnick's film business career has encompassed not only the corporate suites but also the movie sets. Prior to becoming an independent producer, she served as executive vice president of acquisitions, co-productions and business affairs at Columbia/Tri-Star Home Video. During her decade-long tenure at CTHV, she supervised an annual acquisitions and production portfolio in excess of $150 million, which was the feature film industry's largest independent acquisitions "war chest" at that time. Ms. Resnick was also responsible for all theatrical acquisitions on behalf of Columbia/Tri-Star International and the Triumph Films label.
She then segued into the production end of the business, as co-producer of Triumph's Solo, starring Mario Van Peebles and directed by Norberto Barba; and as executive producer of Susan Streitfeld's Female Perversions, starring Tilda Swinton, Karen Sillas, and Marcia Cross. The latter feature world-premiered in competition at the Sundance Film Festival.
Ms. Resnick next produced Jill Sprecher's Clockwatchers, starring Toni Collette, Lisa Kudrow, Parker Posey, and Alanna Ubach. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and won the top prize at the Torino International Film Festival of Young Cinema. She reteamed with Ms. Sprecher on Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, starring Matthew McConaughey, Alan Arkin, John Turturro, and Clea DuVall. The film had a Gala Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival; was cited as one of the year's best by the National Board of Review; was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards; and won three awards from the San Diego Film Critics Society, among other honors.
Her recent credits as producer include Alex Steyermark's Prey for Rock & Roll, starring Gina Gershon, Drea de Matteo, and Lori Petty; and Dan Harris' Imaginary Heroes, starring Emile Hirsch, Sigourney Weaver, and Jeff Daniels.
A graduate of New York University's School of the Law, Ms. Resnick has been admitted to the New York State Bar Association.