Lydia Dean Pilcher
Lydia Dean Pilcher has produced numerous award-winning independent feature films, most recently, The Immortal LIfe of Henrietta Lacks for HBO Films; Queen of Katwe for the Walt Disney Company, and, and 2014’s Academy Award nominated Cutie And the Boxer, and the Sony Pictures Classics release of the international co-production, The Lunchbox, directed by Ritesh Batra. Lydia has produced over 35 feature films including eleven movies in a long-standing collaboration with director Mira Nair and other films including The Darjeeling Limited directed by Wes Anderson, and You Don’t Know Jack directed by Barry Levinson.
She is the founder and president of Cine Mosaic, one of New York’s leading independent production companies and has forged relationships with a wide range of talent and business partners in the US, Europe, India, Turkey, Africa and the Middle East. Pilcher is Vice President of Motion Pictures of the Producers Guild of America, and is Founder and Chair of the PGA Women’s Impact Network, and PGA Green, an active committee since 2006 dedicated to supporting sustainability in the entertainment industry, and winner of the 2011 EMA Green Production Award.