New York, New York, United States
Tracie Holder is a filmmaker, consultant, producer and U.S. film funding specialist. She is the co-director/producer of Joe Papp in Five Acts, (Tribeca Film Festival/PBS American Masters). A 2016 Sundance Creative Producer Fellow, Holder leads workshops, tutors and serves on juries at international pitching and training forums. She has been awarded grant awards of more than $3 million for her projects from prominent funders including Ford Foundation, ITVS, Sundance, Catapult, Chicken & Egg, National Endowment for the Arts, among others. Clients include: IDFA, Ramallah Doc, Lisbon Docs, DOC NYC, Chicken & Egg, Black Public Media, Creative Capital, Gotham Film & Media Institute, Brown Girls Doc Mafia, among others. Holder was a longtime consultant to Women Make Movies and served as the Development & Funding Strategist for Abby Disney’s Fork Films. She is a former board member of NY Women in Film and grant panelist for national and local U.S. funders. Producing credits include Grit, (Hot Docs/POV) and Small Town Universe and Give It a Shot, in production. She is currently developing The People’s Will, about a riot in New York in 1849 over a production of Macbeth that led to the death of 22 people. Holder was recently named an industry envoy on behalf of the American Film Showcase, a program of cultural diplomacy run by University of Southern California Film School.