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Lisa G. Black

NACC-Philly member appointed Executive Producer for joint Norwegian-Canadian-US film project.

Norwegian revenge thriller The Doll in the Ceiling (Dukken i taket) has secured Canadian and US partners, ahead of the start of principal photography on Sept 15 in Norway. The $2m (NOK16.4m) psychodrama will be made by new Bergen-based company Den Siste Skilling with Canadian producer Paul Barkin of Toronto’s Alcina Pictures and US executive producer Lisa G Black of Garnet Girl. For more info go to

Lisa G. Black is founder of Garnet Girl, LLC, in 2007 a firm specialized in bridging private equity to creative projects, with a niche focus on international co-ventures. Ms. Black has Executive Produced several international independent feature films and scripted Television, adding value for private equity client portfolios. Ms. Black Co-founded the U. S. NORWAY FILM DEVELOPMENT PROJECT in 2011, a co-venture between the US and Norway to develop, finance and produce feature films with international appeal. Prior to forming Garnet Girl, Ms. Black has over 25 years of strategic marketing expertise, spearheading national campaigns in the Consumer Products and Pharmaceutical industries; receiving several achievement awards. As a Strategic Consultant, Ms. Black shares her marketing expertise to industry executives and economic development officials globally.

Ms. Black holds an MBA in Marketing and Strategic Leadership and BA in English Literature. Prior companies: Price Waterhouse Coopers, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Miller-Coors Brewing Company, GMR Marketing, Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Dual member of the Women in Film Organization, Board Member of the United States Economic Small & Medium Business Council, 2010, North American Consultant, The European Union Film Commission Network (EUFCN), Writer/Contributor for, Board member Grassroots Acoustica Foundation and Founding member of the Young Leadership Board, The Peddie School, Hightstown, NJ.

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