Gordon T. Skinner is the executive producer of Running Dialogue Communications; a New York based Production Company. He over-saw the documentary division for Intrinsic Value Films during '03 - '05. September ’05 Skinner’s first Hollywood Feature Film opportunity came in the form of being the executive consultant for Outreach, Public Relations, & Alternative Distribution to Producer Lawrence Bender and Director Luis Mandoaki for Innocent Voices. Film credits include Cornelia Street Café; The Kuna Indians; Sitting in the Fire, Sam Pollard, prod., Albert Maysles, director of photography; and Strategic Omissions, Albert Maysles, exec. prod. Lost Innocents: Child Soldiers At War, exec. prod. Reason Films/Good Magazine, was a Tribeca Film Institute’s All Access Program participant (‘06) for films in production and IFP Project Involve. His producing credits include projects for MTV, Fuji TV, TV-Japan, ESPN, Third Element, and Sony Music. Skinner was the supervising producer for Scientific Machine, an in-house production company of Fox Television, where he over-saw acquisitions of new releases and scripts. His work in the areas of international dispute mediation was recognized as he was profiled in a documentary for NHK on John Lennon’s music Imagine: Song Of The Millennium, which was recipient of the Best Educational Documentary, (Japanese Ministry of Arts, Education, & Science). He was Director of Educational Outreach for Columbia University’s Middle East Institute. Formerly, a Lincoln Center Institute Artist-in-residence fellow. He has worked with of the United Nations, and various NGO’s among which include: Seeds Of Peace, The Youth Peace Initiative (Greece), Educators For Social Responsibility, and Resolving Conflicts Creatively Program.
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