- Director, Co-producer
Erin Cressida Wilson
- Director of Photography
double A films
double A films - Producers
double A films is a leading New York based production company co-founded in 1995 by Andrew Fierberg and Amy Hobby after completing production on the Michael Almereyda film, Nadja of which David Lynch served as Executive Producer. Since their inception, double A films has quickly gained the reputation as one of the foremost New York production companies, which develops and produces innovative, provocative and uniquely entertaining independent films.
Currently double A films has in release Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, directed by Jill Sprechter and starring Matthew McConaughey, John Turturro, Clea DuVall, Amy Irving and Alan Arkin. The film screened at the Venice, Toronto and Sundance film festivals before being released by Sony Pictures Classics this spring; and The Next Big Thing, which opened to strong critical praise in New York, last May.
Together the team has produced a number of critically acclaimed independent films including Hamlet, directed by Michael Almereyda and starring Ethan Hawke, Sam Shepard, Julia Stiles and Bill Murray, and winner of the 1997 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize, and the Grand Prize at the Deauville Film Festival.
Fierberg and Hobby were the production supervisors on the six short films, which premiered at the benefit concert for the World Trade Centre Relief Fund sponsored by the Robin Hood Foundation. Underwritten by Miramax Films, VH1, Cablevision, and AOL/Time Warner, the films were directed by Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, Edward Burns, Spike Lee, Jerry Seinfeld and Kevin Smith.
Hobby just recently completed her feature film debut directing Coney Island Baby, with cinematographer Peter Deming (Mullholland Drive) and starring Karl Geary and Laura Fraser.