|Occupation||Film and TV Producer|
Rick Schwartz is an American film and television producer and financier based in New York, whose credits include The Departed, Gangs of New York, Machete, The Others, and Lip Sync Battle.
Schwartz began his film career at Miramax under Harvey and Bob Weinstein, working there for seven years and eventually serving as the company's senior vice president of production. At Miramax, Schwartz oversaw the development and production of projects including Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York, and The Departed, and Alejandro Amenabar’s The Others.
|Lip Sync Battle||2015||Executive Producer|
|Lucky Ones, TheThe Lucky Ones||2008||Producer|
|Departed, TheThe Departed||2006||Co-Producer|
|Aviator, TheThe Aviator||2004||Executive Producer|
|Human Stain, TheThe Human Stain||2003||Executive Producer|
|Battle of Shaker Heights, TheThe Battle of Shaker Heights||2003||Executive Producer|
|Gangs of New York||2002||Co-Executive Producer|
|Birthday Girl||2001||Executive Producer|
|Others, TheThe Others||2001||Executive Producer|
|Love's Labour's Lost||2000||Associate Producer|
|Shakespeare in Love||1998||assistant: Harvey Weinstein|
|The Mighty||1998||assistant: Harvey Weinstein|
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