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Producer: THIS SIDE OR THE OTHER (feature); ENTRENCHED PROLOGUE; VICTIMS; IN THE DEATHROOM
Associate Producer: THE SAMUEL PROJECT (feature)
Script Supervisor: THROW LIKE A GIRL
Producer, Director, Writer, Line Producer: JACQUELINE KENNEDY: A TOUR OF THE WHITE HOUSE, documentary, produced with CBS News
Exec Producer: SCARS; IN THE DEATHROOM
PGA "Make Your Mark" competition 2017 - top 10 films
MCA-I Gold Reel
MCA-I Silver Reel
Telly Bronze x 7
Prix Jeunesse Award (Int"l)
Ollie Award Finalist
Cable ACE Award Nomination
President, SD Media Pros non-profit professional organization, San Diego.
VIP Member, Women in Media, Los Angeles
Secretary, San Diego Women's Film Network, non-profit professional organization
Former Board of Directors member, MCA-I (Media Communicators Association - International), national non-profit professional organization
Former secretary, Minnesota Women in Film and Television non-profit professional organization
Jane Hare is freelance producer, director and writer who has worked her entire career in film, broadcast, syndicated, cable and corporate television. Her first programming idea was submitted to the national television show You Asked For It when she was eight. Ms. Hare has 25+ years of professional experience behind the camera, and as a producer she values creativity and project management equally. While in NYC, she worked on breakthrough programs for MTV, VH1, Lifetime and PBS. In Minneapolis-St. Paul, she produced storytelling and documentary-style industrials for Fortune 100 companies such as Target, Mayo Clinic, Medtronic, Marshall Field’s. Ms. Hare completed her first documentary in 2004 about Jacqueline Kennedy, distributed by The Field Museum in Chicago. She has produced nearly a dozen short and independent feature films including THE SAMUEL PROJECT (opened nationwide Oct 2018), THIS SIDE OR THE OTHER (pre-pro), IN THE DEATHROOM (post), VICTIMS (post), THROW LIKE A GIRL (post), SCARS (festivals), ENTRENCHED PROLOGUE (festivals), TATTLETALE (development) and LAVENDER TIES (development).