Matthew Greenfield

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Matthew Greenfield (born September 14, 1968) a producer of independent films.[1] He is senior vice-president of production at Fox Searchlight. He was formerly the associate director of the Sundance Institute Feature Film Program.

Greenfield attended the Crossroads School, a private school associated with the entertainment industry, and later attended Wesleyan University. At Wesleyan, he met future collaborator Miguel Arteta.

Greenfield and Arteta teamed up to make Star Maps, which debuted in 1997 at the Sundance Film Festival and received five Independent Spirit Award nominations, including Best First Feature. They followed with Chuck & Buck in 2000, for which they won the Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award for Best Low Budget Feature, and The Good Girl in 2002, starring Jennifer Aniston.

In 2005 Greenfield worked as a producer on The Motel and Are You the Favorite Person of Anybody?

Greenfield started Cloverfield Press, a boutique publishing company, in 2004 with his wife, Laurence Dumortier.

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