Gwen Wynne is the producer, director, and writer of Wild About Harry, a feature film starring Tate Donovan (The OC) and Josh Peck (Drake and Josh).
Ms. Wynne began her career on Broadway at Circle in the Square Theatre scouting for new plays. From there she co-founded and served for six years as Artistic Director of The No-Neck Monsters Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation. Her productions have been nominated for five Helen Hayes Awards. Having led fundraising campaigns for her theatrical productions that dealt with issues ranging from racism to homelessness to environmental destruction, Ms. Wynne secured funding from foundations throughout the country, including The National Endowment for the Arts, D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, Comic Relief, and The Rockefeller Foundation.
Ms. Wynne is a graduate of Brown University, where she received degrees in Literature & Society and Theatre Arts. She received her M.F.A. in Film at USC’s School of Cinema-Television.
BOB BELL, Managing Partner
FRANCES E. CHANG, Associate
Frances is a freelance film & video producer, screenwriter, filmmaker, and educator who has worked in the film industry in both Northern and Southern California. Her projects range from music videos to documentaries to narrative feature films. She often strives to represent diverse, ethnic and underrepresented voices in her projects.
She entered filmmaking in her senior semester at the University of California, at Berkeley, while studying Mass Communications in 2008. Since moving back to Los Angeles in 2009, Frances has extensive experience in film including development, pre-production, production, distribution and marketing. She even attended the Cannes Film Festival & Market in 2009 for Gwen Wynne’s Wild About Harry. In 2010, as part of its signature diversity talent development program, Project:Involve, Frances was awarded a fellowship by the esteemed non-profit organization Film Independent under its Producing track. Frances has been involved with Apricot Films since 2009.