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Daniela Taplin Lundberg
Since 2003, Daniela Taplin Lundberg has financed and produced over 20 features under her banner, Plum Pictures. She has brought 12 independent features to the Sundance Film Festival and has sold every one to a major distributor.
The Princeton University graduate is partnered in Plum with Galt Niederhoffer. Plum films being released in 2010 include James C. Strouse‘s The Winning Season, starring Sam Rockwell and Emma Roberts; and Agnieszka Wojtowicz–Vosloo’s After.Life, starring Liam Neeson and Christina Ricci.
Plum’s other movies include Justin Theroux’ Dedication, starring Billy Crudup, Mandy Moore, and Tom Wilkinson; Craig Lucas’ Birds of America, starring Matthew Perry, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Hilary Swank; James C. Strouse’s Grace is Gone, which won the Sundance Film Festival’s Audience Award and Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award and was nominated for 2 Golden Globe Awards; Craig Zobel’s Great World of Sound, which won the Gotham Award for Breakthrough Director and was nominated for 2 Independent Spirit Awards; Patricia Foulkrod’s The Ground Truth, also a Focus Features release; James Mottern’s Trucker, starring Michelle Monaghan, who was cited as 2009’s Best Actress by the San Diego Film Critics Society; and Galt Niederhoffer’s The Romantics, starring Katie Holmes, Anna Paquin, and Josh Duhamel. The latter feature world-premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
Ms. Lundberg is in development on the screen adaptation of The New York Times best-seller American Wife. She is also developing the film version of the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, with Academy Award winner Taylor Hackford to direct.