Corey Williams (producer)

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Corey Williams
Born Leonard Corey Williams
(1978-01-20) January 20, 1978 (age 39)
Baltimore, Maryland, US
Occupation Producer
Years active 2007–present
Spouse(s) Chantel Williams (2010–present)

Corey Williams (born January 20, 1978) is an American film producer who founded GoldenTiger Productions in 2007. Williams produced the independent drama film TORN and romantic comedy Can't Complain in 2009. In 2010 the independent action film Razorblade City was produced followed by the feature film "King of Baltimore". The short films "The Charl(Y)ie Factor", "Gathering Souls" and "Early Retirement" were completed in 2010. The suspense thriller "Senior CUT Day: The Movie" was completed in 2011 and premiered at the Landmark Theatre on December 8, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland.

His directorial debut is the 2012 documentary "Indie Film Artists: The DMV Truth" which features twenty individuals who are involved in all aspects of independent films in the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) area. The documentary premiered at the Landmark Theatre in Baltimore, Maryland on October 25, 2012. The documentary won best documentary at the 2013 The Hot Media International Film Festival. The Documentary has been selected to the Seventh Annual Costa Rica International Film Festival in Montezuma, Costa Rica June 28th-30, 2013. Corey produced the feature film Roulette which was written and directed by Erik Kristopher Myers and will be distributed by R-Square Films during the Fall of 2013. Also in 2013, the comedy feature film "6 Nonsmokers" was produced.


  • Asi es la vida – short film (2008): producer, writer (story)
  • TORN (2009): producer
  • Can't Complain (2009): producer, writer (story)
  • Razorblade City (2010): producer
  • King of Baltimore (2010): producer
  • The Charl(Y)ie Factor – short film (2010): producer
  • Gathering Souls – short film (2010): producer
  • Early Retirement – short film (2010): producer
  • Senior CUT Day: The Movie (2011): producer
  • Indie Film Artists: The DMV Truth (2012): director, producer, story
  • Roulette (2012): producer
  • 6 Nonsmokers (2013): producer
  • You're Dead! (2014): producer

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