Eli Cane

Eli Cane

Eli Cane runs Normal Life Pictures, a production company based in Brooklyn, NY specializing in feature documentary and music film production. 

Eli’s PBS film producer credits include: On a Knife Edge, a coming-of-age film about growing up on the Pine Ridge Reservation which follows an activist father and son's relationship over 6 years; Land Rush, a film for the Why Poverty? series, about industrial vs. small-scale farming in Africa; and The Market Maker for PBS/Wide Angle about the development of the region's first commodities exchange in Ethiopia. On the music side, Eli has produced music and performance videos for many artists, from Solange to Bill Frisell, and institutions such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Billboard, and Sony Masterworks. He 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 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.

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