Danielle Renfrew

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Danielle Renfrew
Born 1973 (age 43–44)
Other names Danielle Renfrew Behrens
Occupation Producer
Years active 1998-present

Danielle Renfrew Behrens is an accomplished independent producer with credits ranging from grassroots documentaries to major motion pictures. She has worked with top-notch talent including Quentin Tarantino, Elizabeth Banks, Courteney Cox, Nick Cannon, and Lily Tomlin. She has premiered seven films at the Sundance Film Festival, including GRANDMA starring Lily Tomlin and KURT COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK, which received a jaw-dropping seven primetime Emmy Award Nominations. Other credits include: Lauren Greenfield’s THE QUEEN OF VERSAILLES, which was the opening night film of Sundance 2012 and received the Grand Jury Prize for Directing, Fox Searchlight’s WAITRESS, and Sony Classics’ NOVEMBER and GROOVE. Danielle is a Sundance Women’s Initiative Fellow and has served as an Advisor to Sundance’s Creative Producing Program and Film Independent’s Filmmaker Labs.

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