Deborah S. Patz

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Ontario, Canada


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Deborah Patz has been a filmmaker on award-winning productions since the mid-1980s, primarily as a production manager and coordinator, and then as production executive. She has worked with Lucasfilm, IMAX, MCA/Universal, Alliance/Atlantis, Nelvana, BBC, CBC, the Disney Channel, and the list goes on.

Based on her experiences, she wrote her first book on production coordination (published in 1997) and followed up by writing production management books (published in 2002 & 2010). Her books are available in over 24 countries around the world. In 2017, she released a book for teens: "Write! Shoot! Edit!" - where you can follow one of 3 paths in the book to making your movie.

She currently lives with her family and westie-dog in Vancouver, BC, Cana

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My FILM & INK blog has been converted and expanded into a FILM & INK Tips & Tales Newsletter. Come and enjoy some film production stories and nuggets of advice for working professionals and for teens just starting out:

Deb’s FILM & INK Tips & Tales Newsletter

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