Reid Carolin

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Jenna Dewan, Deborah Scranton, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, documentary subject Jean Pierre Sagahutu, producer Carolin and executive producer Channing Tatum attend the premiere of Earth Made of Glass.

Reid Carolin is an American film producer, director and screenwriter.


He wrote and produced the 2012 film Magic Mike, directed by Steven Soderbergh, and won a 2012 Peabody Award for writing and producing the documentary Earth Made of Glass, which premiered on HBO in April 2011 . He was an associate producer and developed the story for the 2008 Paramount Pictures film, Stop-Loss, and was the cinematographer for the soldier-video sequences in the film.[1] He is also a producer of the films Ten Years, White House Down, and 22 Jump Street,.[2]

He graduated from Harvard College.[3] He was also the co-founder of, a service presenting live interactive events built around streaming movies.

Philanthropic work[edit]

Carolin serves on the board of the Red Feather Development Group,[4] a non-profit organization that builds straw-bale homes on American Indian reservations, for whom he directed the short film Building One House.[5]


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