Mailer, Michael 1964(?)-
Mailer, Michael 1964(?)-
Office—Michael Mailer Films, 443 Greenwich St., Suite 3-A, New York, NY 10013.
Producer and actor. Bigel/Mailer Films, cofounder and president, 1995-?; Michael Mailer Films, New York City, founder and president, 2004—. FilmAid International, board member.
Religion, Inc. (also known as A Fool and His Money), Chronicle Films, 1989.
The Money Shot, 1996.
Giving It Up (also known as Casanova Falling), Lions Gate Films, 1999.
Black and White, Screen Gems, 1999.
The Last Producer (also known as The Final Hit), Artisan Entertainment, 2000.
Harvard Man, Lions Gate Films, 2001.
Empire, Universal, 2002.
Lost Junction, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 2003.
Loverboy, Screen Media Films, 2005.
Devour, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005.
Kettle of Fish, Michael Mailer Films, 2006.
Film Executive Producer:
Two Girls and a Guy, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1997.
Catalina Trust, 1999.
Film Location Manager:
In the Soup, Triton Pictures, 1992.
Anderson, Religion, Inc. (also known as A Fool and His Money), Chronicle Films, 1989.
Michael Burke, When Will I Be Loved, IFC Films, 2004.
Television Work; Movies:
Producer, The Last Producer, USA Network, 2001.
Religion, Inc. (also known as A Fool and His Money), 1989.
Michael Mailer Website,http://www.michaelmailerfilms.com, September 1, 2007.
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