One’s company, two’s a crowd, and three’s a party. (Andy Warhol)
Is it sunny?
I love stories.
Nina Simone, Anna Politkovskaya, David Simon, Alex Balk
Annmarie Pisano thought she would be a nonfiction writer until she realized she was too loud for a newsroom. She became hooked on the film world after working on an independent feature, Brother’s Shadow, and got her BA in film and journalism at Fordham University in the Bronx.
Currently, she is the head producer at Corra Films, where she has produced an array of commercial, advocacy, and branded content projects. She was an associate producer for feature films including Farewell to Hollywood and The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan and broadcast projects including MTV’s “True Life: I’m Ex-Amish.”
Outside of Corra Films, she has produced and coordinated a number of short films, as well as working on several documentaries (I Am Haiti, Miss Gulag) in research, fundraising and outreach, and cast and produced Tucker Walsh’s “Love Trumps Hate” short film for the Hillary Clinton campaign. Her writing has appeared in New York Magazine and Crain’s New York Business, and she writes, edits and photographs the literary/culinary journal Hot Sauce Review.