Prior to moving to Singapore, Nana Greenwald was an independent film producer and an executive at Hollywood studio-based production companies. While at Industry Entertainment, she Executive Produced the 2005 Warner Bros release, NORTH COUNTRY starring Charlize Theron (who was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar), Jeremy Renner and Frances McDormand. She was also President of Creative Affairs at Kopelson Entertainment, where she oversaw the company’s Warner Bros. deal, and co-produced DON'T SAY A WORD, A PERFECT MURDER, FALLING DOWN (all starring Michael Douglas), David Fincher’s SEVEN (starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman), OUTBREAK (starring Dustin Hoffman), and the Academy Award-nominated THE FUGITIVE (starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones). Ms. Greenwald was also a production executive on Warner Bros’ U.S. MARSHALS (Wesley Snipes and Tommy Lee Jones) and ERASER (starring Arnold Schwarzenegger), and produced a Showtime movie, PAST TENSE, starring Anthony LaPaglia, Scott Glenn and Lara Flynn Boyle. She was involved in numerous other films at Paramount Pictures, including Francis Ford Coppola’s THE RAINMAKER and John Woo’s FACE/OFF, as part of Academy Award-winner Michael Douglas’ and Steve Reuther’s production team. She is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America.
In addition to her administrative duties at Chapman Singapore, Greenwald teaches Feature Screenwriting, Survey of International Film, and Literature and Film of Diverse Cultures. She is also an Advisory Council member of the Singapore Film Commission.