Rich Guay is a New York based producer, screenwriter, consultant and teacher. He has produced fifteen feature length films and documentaries beginning his career as a production auditor.
His first producing effort, which he also co-wrote, was "True Love". The film was the Grand Jury Prize Winner at the Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award as Best Picture. Guay produced "Dogfight" starring River Phoenix and Lili Taylor for Warner Bros. and followed that up by co-writing and producing "Household Saints" starring Tracey Ullman and Lili Taylor. Ms Taylor won the Spirit Award for Best Actress and Guay was nominated, as co-writer, for Best Screenplay.
Guay has worked as a production executive for Orion Pictures, Film Finances, United Artists and New Regency
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