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Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia

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Ronnie Planalp

Film and theater producer | Clear Eye Productions

Framingham, United States

Generally thinking:

Business, Work & Strategy
Global Issues
Government & Community
Sports & Recreation
Media & Journalism
Arts & Entertainment
Creativity & Design

My tags:

ActivismArtBusiness DevelopmentCommunityCultureDramaEducationEntertainmentEntrepreneurshipFashionFilmFinanceGovernmentInterior DesignMediaMusicPhilanthropyPhotographyPoliticsPsychologySocial ChangeSportsStrategy GeneralTheatreTravelWriting

Very good at:
+ Connecting people
+ Problem solving
+ Getting stuff done

About me & my work:

I create films about interesting and educational topics that inspire others and change a few lives ... if I'm lucky!

I am a founder and producer at Clear Eye Productions, and have produced two award winning documentary films: They Came to Play and Shakespeare High. As a producer in theater on Broadway and the West End, my production credits on Broadway include the Tony Award winning Exit the King and Elling. For the West End I produced Misanthrope and Legally Blonde, as well as the Olivier Award winning Mountaintop that was successfully transferred to Broadway in late 2011.

Prior to beginning my film career, I spent 20 years in the banking and media sectors; at Goldman Sachs for 7 years transitioning to the media industry in 1995, and working in Hong Kong and London where I held senior roles in business development and strategy, in the publishing, music, digital and film industries.

Shortly after moving back to New York City in 2004, I joined the Film Society of Lincoln Center as a trustee. The Film Society is best known for curating the NY Film Festival and the New Directors/New Films festival. I also became an Advisory Board member of the Social Enterprise Program at Columbia Business School.

I live in New York City with my family.

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