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Rex Sikes' Movie Beat chats with producer Diane Nabatoff

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Diane Nabatoff producer & founder of Tiara Blu Films has produced Take The Lead, a New Line release, starring Antonio Banderas & Narc, a Paramount release, written & directed by Joe Carnahan, starring Ray Liotta & Jason Patric. She Executive-Produced Gray Matters starring Heather Graham, Sissy Spacek & Alan Cumming; Knights of the South Bronx starring Ted Danson (nom. for a SAG award) & Malcolm David Kelley (nom. for a Namic Vision Award) for A&E; Racing For Time (nom. for a NAACP Image Award) starring & directed by Charles Dutton (nom. for an NAACP Image Award for acting) for Lifetime as well as three seasons After Hours with Daniel for Mojo now on Ovation. She Co-Executive Produced the HBO pilot Baseball Wives by Tom Fontana & Julie Martin. She is developing projects at a number of studios & cable networks & several features that will be independently financed. Girl Soldier starring Uma Thurman shoots soon. Prior to Tiara Blu Films, Diane was a Producer at Interscope Communications; she developed & produced films that include: Very Bad Things, written & directed by Pete Berg, starring Christian Slater, Cameron Diaz & Daniel Stern; The Proposition starring Kenneth Branagh, Madeleine Stowe & William Hurt; Operation Dumbo Drop, directed by Simon Wincer, starring Danny Glover, Ray Liotta & Denis Leary; Separate Lives starring Jim Belushi & Linda Hamilton; Holy Matrimony, directed by Leonard Nimoy starring Patricia Arquette; & Body Language starring Tom Berenger. Diane was Sr VP of Production for Henry Winkler’s Fair Dinkum Prods & VP of Vestron Pictures. She Executive Produced Hider in the House & Fear which received an Ace Award nom. She began as VP at The Feldman-Meeker Co. working on The Golden Child starring Eddie Murphy & serving as Assoc Producer of The Kindred & Kathryn Bigelow’s Near Dark. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast & crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, & more at http://www.rexsikes.com