Randall MacLowry


Randall MacLowry

The Film Posse Vice President Randall MacLowry is an award-winning filmmaker with over 20 years experience as producer, director, writer and editor. Randy brings a passion for telling stories, versatility, a keen eye for detail and integrity to his work. He is highly skilled as an editor and writer who excels at finding innovative and effective solutions amid the fast-paced pressures of production. His work developing the Hansberry project was acknowledged with a 2007 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artists Fellowship that he received with Strain. In 2001, he was co-nominated for a Writers Guild of America award for Outstanding Script for his work on the “Stephen Foster” American Experience episode. A graduate of Wesleyan University’s film program, Randy has co-taught with Strain for the past four years the WGBH Producers Workshop Project and Production Management sessions for the CPB/PBS Producers Academy. Randy oversees The Film Posse’s budgeting, production and post-production services as well as collaborates with Strain on all aspects of company projects.

Source: The Film Posse

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