Tracey Bing has over two decades of experience in the entertainment industry. From 2003-2006, Bing was VP, Production/Acquisitions at Warner Independent Pictures where her projects included Oscar winner March of the Penguins, Good Night, and Good Luck, The Painted Veil and Before Sunset. Prior to WIP, Bing was Director of Acquisitions/Co-Productions at Paramount Classics where she spearheaded the division’s activities acquiring films such as Paul Greengrass’ Bloody Sunday, Mostly Martha, and Man on the Train.
Since WIP, Bing has been a consultant to entities including eOne Features (Spotlight, Eye in the Sky, Captain Fantastic), K5 International (The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Land of Mine), Warner Bros., Fox International, PBS, and Liberty Media.
As a producer, Bing produced together with Marc Platt the Netflix romantic comedy Nappily Ever After starring Sanaa Lathan; executive produced and packaged Southside With You; and executive produced science fiction film Prospect, which premiered at SXSW this year.
She is executive producing Alex based on the novel by renowned French crime writer Pierre LeMaitre, written by David Birke (Elle) and to be directed by Louis Leterrier (The Transporter, Now You See Me). Bing is developing/producing a number of projects including remakes of II A Deja Tes Yeux, Unfinished Song aka Song for Marion, El Futbol O Yo, and a feature adaptation of the short 1745.
Prior to her MBA, Bing worked in production/development on films including Flirting With Disaster, The Pallbearer, Gridlock’d, The Yards, and Too Tired to Die.
Bing is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Business School.