Bio: Paula Landry, MBA is an author & award-winning writer/producer who works in film, television, and media entrepreneurship. Her clients include brands, creatives, and companies of all sizes. As a creator, her purpose is to connect people with innovative stories; artists with entrepreneurial tools; and clients with increased revenue strategies. She is the author of Applying Entrepreneurship to the Arts, Scheduling and Budgeting Your Film: A Panic-Free Guide, 2nd ed. and co-author with Stephen R Greenwald of The Business of Film, A Practical Guide (Taylor & Francis). Landry develops episodic fictional television projects and has several feature films in development, as well as podcasts, metaverse, and books. She generates budgets, and business plans, as well as distribution and financing strategies for clients in filmmaking, politics, commercials, authors, and influencers. Recent projects include the comedic Irish crime thriller LAST PINT, an adaptation of Warren Adler’s (War of the Roses) play DEAD IN THE WATER, and best-selling author Frank Deford’s novel THE ENTITLED. Landry launched the Stage to Screen Script Contest seeking to develop projects for both theater and screen and consults on corporate creativity. She has developed curriculums for colleges and nonprofits relating to entrepreneurship, the movie business, and media education, and is an activist around disabilities and freedom of expression. She serves as a Board Member and Vice President for the non-profit organization PANO NETWORK (formerly New York City Women Filmmakers). As a consultant, Ms. Landry creates financial library valuations for film, television, book, theater, and Intellectual Property libraries in association with G&H Media for clients worldwide including renowned literary figures, governments, funds, and production companies. As a professor, Ms. Landry teaches media in NYC to MBA graduate students at Wagner College, Metropolitan College of New York, also conducting seminars on media and entrepreneurship at The Actors Fund, NYWIFT, SVA, and worldwide at seminars in Cuba, Haifa, Paris, and London. Landry’s clients include Fortune 500 companies, from Forbes, Deutsche Bank, Christie’s, Pearson Television, Entertainment Weekly, The Game Show Channel, Panasonic, ToysRUs, AMC, Tribe Pictures, Fit TV to non-profits such as The Actors Fund, Smile Train, Mission Society, and others, as well as many individual media makers. Films have debuted at Sundance, Chelsea Film Festival, and CineVegas, winning awards from the Best Actors Film Fest, Columbia Pictures Screen Gems, Time Warner Showtime Audience Award, and WorldFest Houston Film Festival; her writing has won the Lugnut Award, 2nd Round at Austin Film Festival, and a semi-finalist at Made in NY Writer’s Room. Ms. Landry is a member of Disney’s Creative Talent Development & Inclusion program. She can be found on and on LinkedIn as paulalandry1.
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