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      Laurie Parker

      Laurie Parker

      Highest Rated: 80% My Own Private Idaho (1991)

      Lowest Rated: 17% Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993)

      Birthday: Not Available

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      Independent producer whose brief career has been closely allied with independent production companies and avant-garde filmmakers. Parker studied at the DGA's unit production manager/assistant director trainee program before joining Samuel Goldwyn Company in the mid-1980s. Moving to Island Alive, where she rose to vice president of marketing and later vice president of production, she was involved in the domestic marketing of such small, independent gems as "Kiss of the Spider Woman" (1985), "She's Gotta Have It," "Down By Law" and "Mona Lisa" (all 1986), and supervised the filming of "Crusoe" (1989) in Africa. Joining Avenue Entertainment as vice president of production in 1987, Parker began her creative relationship with director Gus Van Sant as executive in charge of production of his award-winning "Drugstore Cowboy" (1989). Her first feature as an independent producer was Van Sant's moving portrait of street hustlers "My Own Private Idaho" (1991). She reteamed with Van Sant for the lackluster film rendering of Tom Robbins' celebrated novel "Even Cowgirls Get The Blues" (1994).



      No Score Yet 45% The Vintner's Luck Producer - 2009
      65% 54% We Don't Live Here Anymore Music Supervisor $2.0M 2004
      34% 34% In the Cut Producer,
      Music Supervisor
      $4.7M 2003
      33% 25% The Eternal Executive Producer - 1998
      56% 53% Mars Attacks! Producer $37.8M 1996
      25% 40% Rough Magic Producer $221.7K 1995
      17% 28% Even Cowgirls Get the Blues Producer $1.7M 1993
      20% 34% Afraid of the Dark Executive Producer $52.7K 1992
      80% 80% My Own Private Idaho Producer $6.4M 1991