Article Title: Heather Parry: A Mix of Movie Magic and Cinematic Theatrics

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The current president of the company, Live Nation Productions, seems to have a lot up under her sleeve. Heather Parry took the position of president/CEO of the company in 2015, and only two weeks later she was ready to rock. She dove headfirst into her first project, Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis, without hesitation. They were just coming back after a terrorist attack took place at one of their shows, and Parry was ready to help shed light onto what the bands’ point of view had been at the time. She has a love for both music and film, and with this new project, she was able to start to combine her two loves into one. The film went on to win two Critics Choice Awards and this love of cinematic artistry that would appeal to other artists did not end here, however.

Heather Parry

Parry continued to produce these types of works, eventually releasing films and documentaries, such as: Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story, Gaga: Five Foot Two, and soon to come afterward were the documentary centering around Imagine Dragons. This was titled BEliever, and in it, Heather helped frontman Dan Reynolds tell the bands story. This documentary mostly revolved around Reynolds struggles with his faith and the LGBTQ community.

After this documentary was released, Parry announced that she would be working with both Bradly Cooper and Lady Gaga on the new remake of the film, “A Star Is Born.” This movie is a musical drama, telling a story of addiction and love. She was the first to originally approach Cooper about helping to produce it, as she had a large amount of interest in taking up a project of this size, with her other works comfortably under her belt. After it’s release The film quickly became one of the most popular movies of the year, showing that her dedication to the movie was not given in vain.

 

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