One of the original founders of Werc Werk Works, Christine Kunewa Walker is an award-winning producer of artist-driven independent film. She is producer of LIFE DURING WARTIME, a Todd Solondz film, HOWL, starring James Franco as poet Allen Ginsberg, THIN ICE with Greg Kinnear and Alan Arkin, and executive producer of DARLING COMPANION, directed by Lawrence Kasdan.
Mark brings an extensive background in media, technology and operations to his position as leader of post-production at Werks. He began his career in engineering but with his life-long passion for film and media became both a core team member of Telluride and Sundance operations as well as a leader in interactive businesses. He eventually became the Director of Operations for Tribeca Film Festival. While there he directed the physical execution of the annual film festival and year-round projects – a multi-million dollar international arts and media brand.
Elizabeth Redleaf’s love of film led her to co-found and become CEO of Werc Werk Works, a film finance and production company built on a vision of supporting independent filmmakers and rewarding its profit partners. Elizabeth has produced six independent films, which have shown in the Berlin, Venice, Telluride, Toronto, Sundance and New York Film Festivals. She is a Producers Guild of America member and is the producer of HOWL, directed by Rob Epstein and Jeff Friedman, THIN ICE by Jill Sprecher, and Werc Werk Works’ latest project, DARLING COMPANION from director Lawrence Kasdan.