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- Women's Image Network Awards
– Outstanding Film Produced By A Woman
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- * Keri Selig is a Golden Globe and 5-time Emmy nominated producer and the Founder and President of Intuition Productions, a feature film and television production company in Hollywood. Before Intuition, Selig spent over a decade as a studio Executive. She was Executive SVP of Production at Warner Bros based Bel-Air Entertainment (Collateral Damage, Pay It Forward). Before that, Selig was SVP of Production for Kopelson Entertainment at Twentieth Century Fox (Se7en, The Fugitive), and SVP of Production for Cort/Madden at Paramount Pictures (Save the Last Dance, Run Away Bride).
Selig continues to produce scripted and unscripted television and feature films. She most recently executive produced the four-hour miniseries, After Camelot that aired on REELZChannel in 2017. It starred Katie Holmes and Matthew Perry, was written by Stephen Kronish, and was directed by Jon Cassar (24, The Kennedys) and Katie Holmes. After Camelot is based on the acclaimed book by fifteen-time New York Times bestselling author, J. Randy Taraborrelli. It received 4 nominations including 3 for the Canadian Screen Awards and one for an ACTRA award.
Prior to After Camelot, Selig executive produced a four-hour miniseries, The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe for Lifetime. Based on the book by J. Randy Taraborrelli, the miniseries was written by Stephen Kronish (24, The Kennedys), and directed by Laurie Collyer (Sherrybaby, Sunlight Jr.). The miniseries starred Susan Sarandon, Emily Watson, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Kelli Garner. It received 17 nominations including three Emmys, a SAG, a DGA, and a Prism award; Selig won the 2016 Women’s Image Award for Outstanding movie.
Some of Selig’s series in development include Playing Dirty, set up at HBO with Justin Timberlake and written by Oscar nominated writer Chris Wilkinson (Ali, Nixon); Untitled Trials, a limited series set up at FX, based on a book by bestselling author, J. Randy Taraborrelli; Dealers Of Lightning, a limited series set up with eOne at The History Channel based on the book of the same name by Pulitzer Prize winning author, Michael Hiltzik, with Cy Voris and Ethan Reiff (Legends, Robin Hood, Eleventh Hour) writing; American Wife, a limited series set up at ABC, based on the book of the same name by author Jim DeFelice (American Sniper) and Taya Kyle, the widow of Chris Kyle; Explicit Content, a one hour drama in the world of the 80’s porn industry set up with Robert Zemeckis’ Imagemovers and Warner Horizon TV; The Rory & Joey Feek story set up at Lifetime; Single Jewish Male Seeking Soulmate, based on the book by author Letty Cottin Pogrebin, with Kerry Washington attached to star; and Jackie, Janet & Lee, a limited series based on the NY Times bestselling book of the same name with Jessica Biel interested in starring.
Selig’s active feature film project, Greenpeace is set up with the Furst brothers (The Matador, The Cooler) and Bold Films (Whiplash, Nightcrawler). Jonathan Glatzer (Sexy Beast, Under the Skin) is attached to write and Marc Forster (World War Z, Monsters Ball, The Kite Runner) is attached to direct. Based on the book of the same name, written by author and Greenpeace co-founder, Rex Weyler about the origins of the Greenpeace movement.
Selig’s produced unscripted projects include Bounty Wars, produced with Asylum Entertainment (Addicted, 30 for 30) for The Discovery Channel; Crown Chasers produced for TLC with LMNO Productions (The Little Couple); Stars & Chefs, produced for The CW Network with Radical Media (Mad Men, Iconoclasts) and A Smith & Co. (Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares); and Heir Hunters produced for TLC with Bunim/Murray (The Kardashians, Project Runway).
Some of Selig’s feature film credits include the romantic thriller Passengers, starring Anne Hathaway for Mandate and Sony Pictures; The Stepford Wives starring Nicole Kidman for Paramount with Scott Rudin (The Social Network, Moneyball); Point of Origin for HBO starring Ray Liotta and John Leguizamo; It Must Be Love for CBS starring Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen; and Harlan County, the Golden Globe and triple Emmy nominated movie for Showtime, directed by Academy Award winner Tony Bill and starring Academy Award winner Holly Hunter.
Produced credits include:
“After Camelot” (2017) aired on REELZChannel in April 2017 with Asylum Entertainment (The Kennedys). Starring Katie Holmes and Matthew Perry. Nominated for 3 Canadian Screen Awards and 1 ACTRA award.
“The Secret Life Of Marilyn Monroe” (2015) aired on Lifetime in May 2015 with Asylum Entertainment (The Kennedys). Starring Susan Sarandon and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Nominated for 17 awards including 3 Emmys, a DGA, SAG and a Women’s Image Award.
“Crown Chasers” (2013) aired on TLC.
“Bounty Wars” (2012) aired on Discovery Channel with Asylum Entertainment (The Kennedys, Addicted).
“Stars & Chefs” (2011) CW Television Network with Radical Media (Mad Men, Iconoclasts) and A Smith & Co. (Hell’ s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares).
“Heir Hunters” (2008) aired on TLC with Bunim/Murray (The Kardashians, Project Runway).
“Passengers” (2007) Sony Pictures with Mandate. Starring Anne Hathaway, Patrick Wilson, Dianne Wiest, Andre Braugher and David Morse. Directed by Rodrigo Garcia (Nine Lives, In Treatment).
“Two Kings” (2005) UPN. Directed by David Straiton (House M.D.) and created by Seth Rosenfeld (Subway Stories) and Henry Bromell (Homeland, Homicide: Life On The Street).
“The Stepford Wives” (2004) Paramount Pictures with Scott Rudin Productions. Starring Nicole Kidman, Matthew Broderick, Glenn Close and Bette Midler. Written by Paul Rudnick (In & Out) and directed by Frank Oz (In & Out).
“It Must Be Love” (2004) aired on CBS. Starring Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen. Written by Pulitzer Prize winner Beth Henley and directed by 11-time Emmy Award winner Steven Schacter (Door To Door).
"SpyGirl” (2004) NBC and Warner Brothers Television. Starring Jennie Garth. Written by Becky Hartman Edwards (Sex and the City) and Ed Redlich (Felicity, The Practice). Directed by Jack Bender (Lost).
"Mafia Doctor” (2003) aired on CBS. Starring Paul Sorvino, Olympia Dukakis and Danny Nucci. Directed by Alex Chapple (Law & Order).
"Point of Origin” (2002) aired on HBO. Starring Ray Liotta, John Leguizamo and Bai Ling. Directed by acclaimed DP Newton Thomas Sigel (Three Kings, X-Men, Usual Suspects).
"Harlan County War” (2000) aired on Showtime with Cort/Madden Productions. Starring Academy Award winner Holly Hunter and Stellan Skarsgard. Directed by Academy Award winner Tony Bill (The Sting) and nominated for one Golden Globe and three Emmys.
"Three To Tango" (1999) Warner Brothers and Village Roadshow. Starring Neve Campbell, Matthew Perry, Oliver Platt and Dylan McDermott. Directed by Damon Santostefano (Bring It On Again).
"In the Company of Spies” (1999) aired on Showtime and Paramount. Starring Tom Berenger and Ron Silver. Screenplay by Roger Towne (The Natural). Directed by Tim Matheson (West Wing).
"After the Rain” (1999) Capella Films. Starring Paul Bettany (Master and Commander, A Beautiful Mind), Louise Lombard and Ariyon Bakare. Directed by Ross Kettle.