Award-winning producer and co-founder of the production company, Buffalo Picture House. Current Sundance "Women in Film" Fellow
Gabrielle Nadig is an award-winning producer and co-founder of the Brooklyn-based production company, Buffalo Picture House. As Head of Production at Buffalo, Gabrielle has helmed award-winning commercial and corporate projects for clients such as Gucci, Stuart Weitzman, IFC, Etsy.com and the New York City Ballet. Gabrielle is a 2013 Sundance Creative Producing Fellow, and a current “Women at Sundance” Fellow. Most recently, Gabrielle produced the Sundance Institute supported narrative feature film, King Jack. King Jack premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival where it took home the Narrative Audience Award and was called, “A stylish, sensitive coming-of-ager,” by Variety. The film won the 2016 “Someone to Watch Award” at the 2016 Independent Spirit Awards. The film will have a theatrical release in the summer of 2016.<br />
Gabrielle has produced multiple short films that have screened at film festivals around the world including SXSW, The Palms Springs Short Film Festival and the London BFI Film Festival. Prior to her work at Buffalo Picture House, Gabrielle worked for legendary independent producers Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler at Killer Films, on films such as At Any Price starring Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron. During her time at Killer, Gabrielle oversaw the financial and physical management of the production company and the dozens of projects in various stages of development. Gabrielle is from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where she received The Student Producer Award in 2009.