Heather Parry’s Efforts in Bringing Artists to Screen

After becoming the president of Live Productions in 2015, Heather Parry started his work by teaming up with actor and director Colin Hanks. They worked together at the production of Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison. This is the documentary about Eagles of Death Metal returning to Paris following the terrorist attack at the band’s concert. The film was later nominated for two Critics Choice Awards for taking new relevance following the Route 91 Harvest music festival mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Heather Parry

Heather is also working on a project to help Live nation bring Lady Gaga, Puff Daddy and more artists on the screen. Puffy was featured Bad Boy, Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop documentary. He constantly videotaped his life on MTV while he was an intern. This, in turn, gave him a chance to appear on the Bad Boy story.

The other project was a documentary named Believer by the Imagine Dragon band. The documentary reviews the intersection of LGBTQ community and the LDS church through the band’s Dan Reynolds. It is based on Reynolds effort to organize a festival in Orem Utah in support of the fight for the high rate of teen suicide rate for the LGBTQ teens in Utah. He wanted to make a difference. Reynolds got this opportunity as he grew in Mormon and his campaign to save lives through their music.

A star is born, which was scheduled to air in 2018 stars Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. It’s a romantic drama that was produced by Bradley Cooper. Heather Parry had full confidence with Gaga’s acting ability pointing that she had prior acting experiences in other production. She is best known for her music and has won several acting and musical awards. Heather describes Gaga as so authentic, an aspect that is important to the craft of acting. It is likely that Gaga will win the Oscar for her role in the movie.

Find out more about Heather Parry: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1009782/