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Susan Dynner
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Director/Producer Susan Dynner recently directed/produced the short film, “Code Blue: A Love Story” starring Andy Dick, for which she was selected as a Sony Pictures Television Diverse Directing Fellow. Before that, she produced "Free Ride”, starring Anna Paquin, for which she was awarded a Film Independent Producing Fellowship. She also produced the documentary, “After Porn Ends”, which was ranked as the #1 documentary on iTunes, Netflix and Amazon downloads. Prior to that, Dynner directed and produced "Punk's Not Dead", which received critical acclaim on the festival circuit, followed by a theatrical run and world-wide release. She was also a producer on "Brick", winner of the Special Jury Prize for Originality of Vision at the Sundance Film Festival, which was released by Focus Features. As a Development Executive, Dynner worked for Charlie Sheen and Nick Cassavetes' Ventura Films as VP of Creative Affairs, before leaving to join Steve Herzberg as a Producer and VP of Development/Production for Prairiefire Films, who had a deal at Sony. Dynner began her career working for Richard Donner Productions, and then for Wolfgang Petersen's Radiant Productions, and Di Novi Pictures. Prior to that, she was a band photographer from the age of fifteen. Currently, Dynner is gearing up to direct the feature film, Tomorrow. Next, she'll direct/produce the feature comedy, “Blank Nation” starring Haley Joel Osment, Michelle Trachtenberg and a great ensemble cast.

  • Punk's Not Dead (Trailer)