Published on September 16th, 2019 | by Guest Editor0
TRANSFORM FILMS ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH TH ENTERTAINMENT
Companies to Co-Develop and Produce Series of Documentaries on Groundbreaking Women
TRANSFORM FILMS has announced a new partnership with iconic Nashville-based production company, TH Entertainment. TRANSFORM FILMS, recognized for their work creating critically acclaimed independent documentaries, will partner with TH Entertainment to co-develop and produce a series of documentaries that examine the trailblazing women who battled critical issues to make an impact.
“We are excited to be working with TH Entertainment. Our combined expertise will lead to the creation of unique and engaging content,” said CarolAnne Dolan, TRANSFORM FILMS.
Each documentary will center on a different topic, but will maintain a common focus on the personal and engaging stories of the women involved. The overarching theme shines a light on larger cultural issues and the challenges and triumphs of society.
“We are in the midst of one of the most important times ever for women. TH Entertainment is honored to be a part of the creative team behind this project, that takes a groundbreaking and revelatory look at women disruptors,” said TH Entertainment co-producers’ Barbara Hall and Beverly Keel.
The collaboration is an exciting fit for both companies. TH Entertainment is renowned for its work in biographies and access to celebrity talent, while TRANSFORM is known for premium storytelling of character-driven, impactful non-fiction content. Many of TRANSFORM’s recent films explore crime-related themes with fearless and compelling storytelling.
TRANSFORM’s recent films include SERVING LIFE (OWN), the first original film commissioned for the OWN Documentary Club, created with Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker, MILWAUKEE 53206 (PBS), and the upcoming RUN FOR HIS LIFE, which all take an intimate look at mass incarceration and its toll on individuals, families and communities. The Peabody-nominated film THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (STARZ), deals with sexual violence against women by telling one pioneering woman’s harrowing story of how she spoke up when the danger was greatest, which spurred a national outcry for justice. TRANSFORM won a Peabody Award for its film Newtown (PBS), about the aftermath of the horrific Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in 2012.
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