Danielle Renfrew

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Danielle Renfrew
Born1973 (age 45–46)
Other namesDanielle Renfrew Behrens
Years active1998-present

Danielle Renfrew Behrens, or simply Danielle Renfrew, is an independent film producer with credits ranging from grassroots documentaries to major motion pictures[citation needed]. She has worked with prominent entertainment personalities including Quentin Tarantino, Elizabeth Banks, Courteney Cox, Nick Cannon, and Lily Tomlin[citation needed].


She has premiered seven films at the Sundance Film Festival, including Grandma starring Lily Tomlin, as well as Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck, which received seven prime-time Emmy Award Nominations[citation needed]. Other credits include Lauren Greenfield’s The Queen of Versailles, which was the opening night film of Sundance's 2012 film festival[citation needed] and received the Grand Jury Prize for Directing[citation needed], Fox Searchlight’s Waitress, and Sony Pictures Classics November and Groove[citation needed].

Danielle is a Sundance Women’s Initiative Fellow and has served as an Advisor to Sundance’s Creative Producing Program and Film Independent’s Filmmaker Labs[citation needed].

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