Member Since 2021
Karina Michel is an executive producer with 20+ years of experience in TV, film, and print. She’s been involved in nearly all aspects of content production. development, branding/marketing, distribution, and writing and producing for television and feature films. As the Owner and Executive Producer of production company Tallulah Films, Karina is passionate about film that matters. She is a member of The Producers Guild of America. Her films can be found on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Channel 4 and other VOD platforms and her films have screened at over 70 film festivals worldwide. "Our mission is to bring together directors, entrepreneurs, film investors, and screenwriters to produce award-winning TV and film projects. We continue to be drawn towards films that are meaningful, influential, and uplifting." Karina is a co-owner of FreshPatch.com (as seen on ABC’s Shark Tank). She is also an entertainment journalist and a host for the award winning podcast, "Coffee with Karina" - Entertainment Unfiltered.
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With over 20 years of experience in the entertainment business and a respected member of the Producers Guild of America, Karina brings new light to every project she takes on. Past credits include "The Us Festival 1982: The US Generation Documentary" co exec. produced by Steve Wozniak and "Enough" (2017) which featured in The Lady Filmmaker's Festival and The California Women's Festival. Documentary "Little Miss Sumo" (Walks of Life Films) premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and over 40 international festivals worldwide in 2019. "American Boyfriend" premiered at The Nashville Film Festival and La Femme Festival in LA, 2019. Tallulah Films continues to be drawn to dynamic projects with a positive message and films that make a difference. We specialize in international co-productions with new up and coming directors and also offer consulting for new filmmakers navigating the festival markets.