Eli Cane

Eli Cane

Eli Cane is president of Normal Life Pictures, Inc. He transformed an edit-only company into an end-to-end, full service production company with clients like PepsiCo, BMW, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln and Vanity Fair. He produced "Cranes in the Sky" and Don't Touch My Hair" for Solange. He also served as producer and production manager for Artists Den Entertainment. Cane attended Tufts University, majoring in music.

Eli’s film producer credits include: On a Knife Edge, a film for PBS about growing up on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota; Land Rush, a film for the Why Poverty? series about industrial vs. small-scale farming in Africa; and The Market Maker for PBS/WNET about agricultural development in Ethiopia. On the music side, Eli partnered with the late, great jazz producer/arranger Bob Belden to executive produce Miles Español for eOne Music. He worked for seven formative years at Nonesuch Records, where he Executive Produced jazz trumpeter Nicholas Payton’s Into the Blue and oversaw production of over 150 albums, including a dozen or so Grammy-winners. He regularly produces episodes of the PBS show Live from the Artists Den. Eli lives in Brooklyn with his wife Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah, and until recently, their pet crawfish Cinderella Herman.

Job Title: 
Producer
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