Dark Waters, Still Alice
PAMELA KOFFLER is an award-winning producer who in 1995 co-founded New York-based indie powerhouse Killer Films with partner Christine Vachon.
Since founding Killer Films, she has worked with dozens of auteur filmmakers, producing many of the most celebrated American independent films, including Academy Award winners Still Alice, Far from Heaven, and Boys Don’t Cry.
Other credits include Colette, Wonderstruck, Beatriz at Dinner, One Hour Photo, the groundbreaking Kids, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Happiness, I Shot Andy Warhol, Dirty Girl, Then She Found Me, and Savage Grace.
In television, Koffler executive-produced the Emmy-nominated film Mrs. Harris in 2005 and the Golden Globe-winning miniseries, Mildred Pierce, for HBO.
In January 2017, Killer Films launched the scripted bio-series about the iconic Zelda Fitzgerald for Amazon Studios Z: The Beginning of Everything, starring Christina Ricci, with whom Killer Films developed and produced the series.
Koffler runs an MFA program in digital storytelling with Vachon for Stonybrook University.