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Adrienne Ingrum, program chair, and her committee brought us writers Susan Isaacs and Letty Pogrebin, critic Margo Jefferson, Marian Wright Edelman, founder of the Children's Defense Fund, Hollywood producer Lindsay Doran, Helen Gurley Brown, Dr. Jimmie Holland, specialist in the psychology of cancer, and basketball pro Rebecca Lobo.
Words Into Pictures - Screenwriting article by William C. Martell
"TWISTER IMPOSSIBLE: The Movie As E-Ticket Ride" moderated by Newsweek's David Ansen featured Touchstone Pictures President Don DeLine, United Artists President Lindsay Doran, "Reversal Of Fortune" writer Nick Kazan, "The Lost World" producer Kathleen Kennedy and writer David Koepp, Castle Rock founder Rob Reiner, "English Patent" Oscar Winner Saul Zaentz, and Phoenix Pictures witty Chairman Mike Medavoy.
Lindsay Doran explained how the change in the marketplace effects the way even non-event films are written.
Stranger than Fiction was directed by Marc Forster and produced by Lindsay Doran, marking Thompson's fourth collaboration with producer Doran.
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Producer Lindsay Doran launched her career in the motion picture business in 1979, when she became assistant to the director of creative affairs at Avco Embassy Pictures. Eventually, the company evolved into Embassy Pictures, and she advanced to vice president of creative affairs. While at Embassy, she served as the executive in charge of production on two films directed by Rob Reiner -This Is Spinal Tap (her first film credit) and The Sure Thing. In 1985, Doran joined Paramount Pictures as senior vice president of production, and was eventually promoted to executive vice president of production. At Paramount, she oversaw the development and production of a number of films, including Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Planes, Trains & Automobiles, The Naked Gun, Pet Sematary, and Ghost. Doran left Paramount Pictures in 1989 to join Sydney Pollack's Mirage Enterprises. While at Mirage, Doran served as executive producer on The Firm and Sabrina, both directed by Sydney Pollack. In 1996, Doran became President and Chief Operating Officer of United Artists," Pictures. While at United Artists, she presided over production of the 18th and 19th installments of the James Bond franchise, Tomorrow Never Dies, and The World is Not Enough. She also oversaw The Man in the Iron Mask and Ronin as well as the hit remake of The Thomas Crown Affair . In 1999, Doran left United Artists and resumed her career as a producer. She is currently the President of Three Strange Angels Inc, a motion picture production company based at Radar Pictures. Emma Thompson stars in the film making it Doran's and Thompson's fourth film together. It came as no surprise to learn that Emma had been working on the project with Lindsay Doran, the producer for a number of years. Lindsay Doran .... producer
I'm introduced to Lindsey Doran, the film's producer; then to Scott Frank, the film's screenwriter.
Frank and Doran have been developing Dead Again since 1986--when Frank first worked up the idea with producer Dennis Feldman. (The other key players are Sydney Pollack, through his company, Mirage; Bill Horberg of Paramount and Charles H. Maguire.) Scott Frank is arguably the least bitter screenwriter alive.