Since Heather Parry, President of Live Nation Productions, took office in early 2016, the company has achieved a lot and recently, Believer, their latest documentary has been received well. She has mastered the art of transforming artists’ ideas into reality. According to her, she can figure out how to get an artist’s subject that isn’t just about filming at a concert into reality.
Heather Parry worked with actor Colin Hanks to produce Eagles of Death Metal, a documentary that was nominated for two Critics Choice Awards. She is a former MTV News Executive as well as head of film production for Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison Productions. Live Nation Productions was involved in the Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga vehicle, “A Star is Born”.
The senior executive doesn’t let an opportunity pass without grabbing it. Parry brought the energy to Live Nation Productions which was launched in December 2015. In addition to “Believer” and “Nos Amis”, the company has also done “Diddy”, “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story”, “Five Foot Two” and “The After Party”.
According to Combs, Heather Patty’s presence will command your attention and she is a brilliant mind who can’t stop at anything before she gets to where she aims to be. That are part of the reasons that she has kept pushing the bounds of creativity with her work. Heather strives to have an unconventional angles or at the very least an angle beyond a straight biopic in all of the works.
Parry has extensive networks that she established while working at MTV. She joined MTN News when she was 22 years old and worked her way up to become its West Coast Bureau Chief. While serving at MTN, she helped produce “The Week in Rock” and more. She also served at Sandler’s Happy Madison Productions. Heather Parry leverages Live Nation Productions’ extensive assets to promote music-related films.
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