Krista Parris recently produced MADELEINE'S MADELEINE starring Molly Parker, Miranda July and newcomer Helena Howard, written and directed by Josephine Decker, which world premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival to great critical acclaim, topping Indiewire’s annual survey of dozens of film critics for the best films of Sundance, and had its international premiere at the 2018 Berlinale. Oscilloscope will distribute the film in the US later this year. In 2018, Parris also premiered HUMAN AFFAIRS, Charlie Birns’s feature debut starring Dominic Fumusa, Kerry Condon and Julie Sokolowski, at the 2018 Slamdance Film Festival. Hammer to Nail called the film “an entrancing examination of human behavior” with critics praising Sokolowski’s performance as “riveting” and “unparalleled.” XYZ is selling domestic rights.
Parris is currently in post-production on a six-part docuseries about Watergate directed by Charles Ferguson (Inside Job) for A+E’s History Channel, scheduled to be broadcast later this year.
She frequently collaborates with writer/director Emily Carmichael (Pacific Rim: Maelstrom) with whom she’s made two shorts STRYKA, starring Aimee Mullins and Rupert Friend distributed via Condé Nast in 2016, and animated short THE ENCHANTED FOREST released by The New Yorker in the fall of 2017. She is developing features with Carmichael and DGA award-nominee Sasie Sealy. Previously part of Time Warner’s OneFifty incubator and a 2016 Trans Atlantic Partners producing fellow, she lives in New York City.
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