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            Richard Guay


            Richard Guay is a New York based producer. He is currently the Vice President of East Coast Marketing & Sales for Entertainment Partners. Guay began his career as a production auditor for such filmmakers as John Sayles, Woody Allen and Jonathan Demme. His first producing effort, which he also co-wrote, was True Love, the Grand Jury Prize winner at the 1989 Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Picture. Guay went on to produce Dogfight starring River Phoenix and Lili Taylor for Warner Bros. and followed that up by co-writing and producing Household Saints starring Tracey Ullman and Lili Taylor. Ms Taylor won the Spirit Award for Best Actress and Guay was nominated for Best Screenplay.

            He produced the HBO film Subway Stories, a feature length anthology of short films by various directors including Jonathan Demme, Ted Demme, Abel Ferrara, Alison MacLean and Julie Dash. His next film, The 24 Hour Woman, an original comedy that he co-wrote and produced premiered at the Sundance Festival. The film stars Academy Award nominees Rosie Perez and Marianne Jean-Baptiste.

            Next was Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai, written and directed by Jim Jarmusch and starring Forest Whitaker. The film was an official selection to the Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for Best Picture by the Independent Spirit Awards.

            Guay produced the movie version of the hit one-woman show, Reno: Rebel Without A Pause, winner of The Prize for Peace & Liberty from the City of Florence. Dirt, an original feature that he co-wrote with Savoca, won Best Director at the Los Angeles Latino Film Festival and Best Actress at La Cinema Fe in New York. He was nominated for a WGA Award for Best Longform Teleplay along with Savoca.

            Guay was the co-producer of Kinsey, written and directed by Bill Condon and starring Liam Neeson and Laura Linney. The film received four Independent Spirit Award Nominations including Best Picture. He followed that up with Shutter for New Regency Films.

            Most recently, he produced Union Square which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. He is working on a documentary, El Gato, on the life of jazz legend Gato Barbieri and is developing two feature films - The Secret Magdalene and The Seance.