Los Angeles native Narineh Hacopian is a graduate of the American Film Institute and a producer of independent features, award-winning short films, music videos, and branded content in the United States and abroad.
Narineh is happiest when she’s on set and collaborating with passionate filmmakers to bring stories to life. Narineh's feature LOWLIFE was acquired by IFC Midnight and is currently streaming on Hulu. She’s currently developing a neo-noir thriller and a sports comeback dramedy that will go into production in Fall, 2020.
In 2018, Narineh co-produced FLESH & BLOOD for BlumhouseTV and Hulu, starring Dermot Mulroney, and SEVEN STAGES for SpectreVision, starring Kate Micucci and Dan Harmon. Her work has been featured in notable festivals including Sundance (BITCH, 2017), Tribeca (THE PERSIAN CONNECTION, 2016; SEVEN STAGES and IN A RELATIONSHIP, 2018), TIFF (SOUTHBOUND, 2015), Los Angeles Film Festival (BAND OF ROBBERS, 2015) and SXSW (THE FRONTIER, 2015, SOME GIRL(S), 2013). Her most recent film, WILDCAT, starring Georgina Campbell and Luke Benward, is in post-production for a 2020 release, and she recently wrapped principal photography on a new feature for Stampede Ventures that will have its festival debut in 2020.
Narineh is excited to participate in the Sundance Co//ab Challenge as a juror and looks forward to reading all the entries!