Jeff Levy-Hinte

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Jeff Levy-Hinte
Born Santa Monica, California
Education California State University, Northridge
University of Michigan
Occupation Film producer

Jeff Levy-Hinte (a.k.a. Jeffrey Kusama-Hinte) is an American film producer. He serves as the President of Antidote International Films (also known as Antidote Films), Inc. based in New York City. He produced The Kids Are All Right, co-written and directed by Lisa Cholodenko, which won the 68th Golden Globe Awards for Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical, and Best Performance by an Actress for Annette Bening.


Jeffrey Levy-Hinte was born in Santa Monica, California. He graduated from California State University, Northridge and the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.[1]

He produced Mysterious Skin and The Hawk Is Dying. His other productions include Chain, Thirteen, Laurel Canyon, Wendigo, American Saint, and Limon.[1] Prior to 2000, Levy-Hinte produced Lisa Cholodenko's film High Art and edited the Academy Award-winning documentary When We Were Kings. In 2003 Levy-Hinte was selected as one of Variety's "Producers to Watch".[2]

Additionally, he produced the eco-horror thriller, The Last Winter (released by IFC Films) and the documentary Bomb It, an investigation of graffiti covering street art from all around the world. He also produced Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired, a documentary directed by Marina Zenovich. Winner of the Documentary Editing Award at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, the film was released domestically by HBO and THINK Films and internationally through The Weinstein Company and the BBC. He made several documentaries, including Soul Power (produced and directed by Levy-Hinte) and The Dungeon Masters, both of which premiered at the 2009 AFI Dallas International Film Festival, the 2009 South by South West Film Festival and the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival.[3] In 2013, he produced Fading Gigolo, starring Woody Allen and Sharon Stone.[4]

He serves as the Chair of the Board for the Independent Features Project in New York City.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Director's Biography". Retrieved 6 July 2014. 
  2. ^ Rooney, David (May 2003). "10 Producers to Watch". Variety. 
  3. ^ DOC SHOT Q&A: Jeffrey Levy-Hinte, Director/Producer: 'Soul Power' by Tamara Krinsky. September 2008. Retrieved 31 July 2011. Archive here.
  4. ^ "Jeffrey Levy-Hinte: Filmography". New York Times. 

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