When Live Nation, the live-entertainment management company, chose to jump into films, they named Heather Parry to be President of their film and television division, Live Nation Productions. Parry quietly left her seat as Head of Production at Adam Sandler’s film company, Happy Madison, the weekend prior to her move to Live Nation Productions. While with Happy Madison she worked on titles such as “House Bunny” starring Anna Faris and “Just Go With It” starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston.
With her jump to Live Nation Productions Heather Parry set out with a focus on telling stories that stay true to the artist. They started by producing documentaries on a wide range of diverse musical talent. Coming out with “Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis” with Colin Hanks documenting the bands experience after the attacks in France. “Justin Timberlake and the Tennessee Kids,” on Netflix, shares Justin Timberlake’s live performance. In “Believer” Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds, works to change the view of LGBTQ people in the Mormon faith in an attempt to lower the rising suicide rate of teens in Utah. With “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story,” Sean “Diddy” Combs lets cameras behind the scenes to the show the family atmosphere of the Bad Boy Records roster. Lady Gaga reveals her hard work and spirited determination in “Five Foot Two.” With an expansive roster of documentaries under their belt, Parry and Live Nation Productions have now moved to scripted films, partnering with Warner Brothers for the blockbuster film “A Star Is Born,” starring Bradley Cooper alongside Lady Gaga. They also produced the comedy “The After Party,” starring Wiz Khalifa, French Montana and Teyana Taylor for Netflix. Heather Parry has made Live Nation Productions a strong choice in high quality music based content.
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