Griffin Dunne

Photographer credit: Martina Tolot

Photographer credit: Martina Tolot

Director + Producer, Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold; Actor, I Love Dick; Director Practical Magic

A mainstay in Hollywood for over four decades, actor, director, and producer, GriffinDunne, has solidified his place among the industry elite for his work in front of, and behind, the camera. This fall, the documentary he directed and produced, Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, about his “Aunt Joan” will world premiere at the New York Film Festival followed by a global release by Netflix. Dunne most recently completed production on the Netflix biopic, Gore, opposite Kevin Spacey. His other credits include: David Michod’s satirical war film, War Machine, opposite Brad Pitt; Dallas Buyers Clubopposite Matthew McConaughey; Martin Scorsese’sAfter Hours; andAn American Werewolf in London.In 1997, Dunne made his directorial debut with the comedy,Addicted to Love, starring Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick. The following year, he directed Practical Magic, starring Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock. Dunne most recently starred in Jill Soloway’s I Love Dick opposite Kevin Bacon and Kathryn Hahn for Amazon. His other television credits include HBO’s Girls, Showtime’s House of Lies, opposite Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell, FOX’s Red Band Society opposite Octavia Spencer, and the WGN series, Manhattan.




Producers’ Masterclass: The Power of Creative Collaboration Part 2, sponsored by Pinewood Atlanta Studios

In its eagerly anticipated annual event, PBNY investigates the filmmaking process with the help of producers from some of this year’s most acclaimed features. These producers will take the stage with key collaborators, ready to discuss how their partnerships provided the defining elements of their memorable films, setting them on their course for awards season.