The Queen of independent film Christine Vachon took to Twitter to announce the impeding 20 year anniversary of Killer Films and homage must be paid. As producing partner with Pamela Koffler, her 60 plus slate includes features, shorts, documentaries and made for television films. The Brown graduate who began as a production assistant, Christine is a successful businesswoman with twenty five years under her belt in the volatile entertainment industry.
Under her rebellious helm (Far From Heaven> (nominated for four Academy Awards),< Boys Don't Cry (Academy Award winner), One Hour Photo, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Happiness, Velvet Goldmine, SAFE, I Shot Andy Warhol, Go Fish, Swoon, I'm Not There, Gigantic, Cracks and Cairo Time to name a few) are where socially conscious, creative and edgy films get made. Those who can do teach Christine is in demand as an entertainment industry speaker and mentor.
She's written two how it's done books, "Shoot to Kill" and "A Killer Life: How An Independent Film Producer Survives Deal And Disasters In Hollywood And Beyond" on low budget filmmaking.