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Jeffrey Levy-Hinte is a New York City-based producer and director; he is president of the production company Antidote Films.
The Kids Are All Right is the third movie that he has produced for Lisa Cholodenko, following the award-winning High Art, for which he was an Independent Spirit Award nominee, and Laurel Canyon. He was again an Independent Spirit Award nominee as a producer of Catherine Hardwicke’s thirteen, starring Evan Rachel Wood and Holly Hunter, one of the most acclaimed feature directorial debuts of the last decade.
Mr. Levy-Hinte was selected as one of Variety’s “10 Producers to Watch” in 2003. His other features as producer include Marina Zenovich’s documentary Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired, for which he shared Emmy and Gotham Award nominations; Jon Reiss’ documentary Bomb It, about street art all over the world; Keven McAlester’s documentary The Dungeon Masters, about three Dungeons and Dragons devotees; Julian Goldberger’s The Hawk is Dying, starring Paul Giamatti and Michelle Williams; Larry Fessenden’s Wendigo and The Last Winter, the ensemble cast of which earned a Gotham Award nomination; and Gregg Araki’s Mysterious Skin, starring Gotham Award nominee Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
He was one of the film editors on Leon Gast’s Academy Award-winning documentary feature When We Were Kings, about the legendary “Rumble in the Jungle.” 12 years later, Mr. Levy-Hinte produced and directed the documentary feature Soul Power, which showcased the concert that complemented the “Rumble,” and which won the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
Mr. Levy-Hinte is chairman of the board of the Independent Feature Project (IFP).