Pamela Koffler

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Pamela Koffler is an award-winning producer and co-founder with Christine Vachon of the New York-based independent company Killer Films, which has been creating film and TV since 1995.


Since founding Killer, Ms. Koffler has produced many of the most celebrated American independent films of the past two decades. Among these include Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland’s Still Alice, which won the Best Actress Oscar for Julianne Moore, and Kimberly Peirce’s Boys Don’t Cry, which won the trophy for Hilary Swank. Her many notable movies also include Miguel Arteta’s Beatriz at Dinner, Mark Romanek’s hit, One Hour Photo, starring Robin Williams; Larry Clark’s groundbreaking, Kids; John Cameron Mitchell’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch; Todd Solondz’s Happiness; Mary Harron’s I Shot Andy Warhol and Bettie Page; and Tom Kalin’s Savage Grace, starring Ms. Moore and Eddie Redmayne. She was honored with the Independent Spirit Awards’ Producers Award for I’m Losing You, which Bruce Wagner adapted and directed from his own novel. 


Ms. Koffler has twice been nominated for Emmy, Golden Globe, and Producers Guild of America Awards, in her producing capacity on Todd Haynes’ miniseries Mildred Pierce, starring Kate Winslet and Evan Rachel Wood, and on Phyllis Nagy’s telefilm Mrs. Harris, starring Annette Bening and Ben Kingsley. The latter is one of several projects Killer has teamed on with production company Number 9 Films, a collaboration that now continues with Colette.