Lawrence Blume


Filmmaker Lawrence Blume’s most recent film, Tiger Eyes (Lifetime – 2013) has won numerous awards including Best Film at the American Indian Movie Awards, Best Picture at the Red Nation Film Festival, and Best Feature Film at the Palm Beach Film Festival.

 Lawrence was named one of the “Ten Rising Stars of Comedy” by the Hollywood Reporter for his first feature‐length film, Martin & Orloff (Comedy Central – 2003), which premiered at the US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and was the headlining film at the New York Toyota Comedy Festival.   In addition he has directed short films; “To Walk A City’s Street” (Sci‐Fi channel) and “Otherwise Known As Sheila The Great” (ABC Weekend Special). Lawrence has worked as a production consultant (Who Killed The Electric Car, TransAmerica), sound designer, film editor, and media technologist. He was the founder/co‐owner of PostWorks, New York’s largest postproduction company. Lawrence splits his time between New York City, where he is a founding partner at CityWinery, a live music venue and winery (New York, Chicago, Napa, Nashville, Atlanta), and his home on Martha’s Vineyard. He is a member of the Director’s Guild of America (DGA) and the Producer’s Guild of America (PGA).

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