Anne Carey

President of Production

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Anne Carey is President of Production at Archer Gray, an independent film and television production company based in New York. 

In her career as an independent producer, she has collaborated with many prominent and award-winning filmmakers, including Ang Lee, Mike Mills, Bill Condon, Nicole Holofcener, Tamara Jenkins, Anton Corbijn, Liz Garbus, and Marielle Heller.

Since joining Archer Gray, Carey has produced several notable films including 20TH CENTURY WOMEN by Mike Mills, MR. HOLMES by Bill Condon, and THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL by Marielle Heller.

Prior to Archer Gray, Carey co-founded the independent production company This is That, with Ted Hope and Anthony Bregman.  This is That produced over 20 films in 8 years and was responsible for many critically-acclaimed and commercially successful films such as THE AMERICAN, FRIENDS WITH MONEY, THE DOOR IN THE FLOOR, THE SAVAGES, and ADVENTURELAND.

Before co-founding This is That, Carey was Head of Development and a producer at the seminal independent film company Good Machine. During that period, Good Machine produced some of independent cinema’s most widely renowned films including, THE BROTHERS MCMULLEN, THE LARAMIE PROJECT, IN THE BEDROOM, THE ICE STORM, and CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON.

Carey began her career at the William Morris Agency as the director of literary development, sourcing literary material for the agency’s top film and television clients. 

In addition to producing, Carey has been an adjunct professor at both Columbia University’s Graduate Film School and NYU Tisch School of the Arts and an advisor/consultant to the Canadian Film Center.  She also serves as a frequent mentor to Sundance Institute. She is also an active lecturer.