Tanbark Pictures is a New York based development and production company founded in 2018 by film producer Caitlin Gold. At Tanbark, we strive to create artistically ambitious character-driven films while working alongside some of the industry's most exciting new and underrepresented voices.
Caitlin began producing in 2012 when she produced her first feature film, Naomi McDougall Jones’ debut, Imagine I’m Beautiful, which was released by Screen Media. With a particular fondness for working with first-time filmmakers, she went on to produce both Julia Kots’ and Catherine Eaton’s debut films, Inez & Doug & Kira (starring Michael Chernus and Tawny Cypress) and The Sounding (starring Teddy Sears and Harris Yulin). She co-produced one of 2020’s highest rated Canadian true crime series, The Oland Murder (AKA The Suspect), available to stream on Sundance Now.
Caitlin is one of the founders of The 51 Fund, a private equity fund financing female-helmed feature films. On behalf of The 51 Fund, she serves as an Executive Producer on Parker Hill and Isabel Bethencourt’s documentary feature Cusp, which premiered in competition at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival and was acquired by Showtime. Next up, she is executive producing Lisa D'Apolito's Shari Lewis documentary, Shari and Lamb Chop, as well as Noora Niasari's feature directorial debut, Shayda (Premiering Sundance '23, World Cinema Dramatic Competition) alongside Cate Blanchett and Dirty Films.
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