Picture Palace Pictures, founded in 2004, is a production company that works closely with emerging and established artists, both in North America and abroad, to develop, produce, and represent films, video projects, installations/exhibitions and transmedia work. Picture Palace Pictures is engaged in the realization of fiction narrative, experimental cinema and creative documentary/hybrid projects that often defy easy categorization and is dedicated to the diffusion of film in a contemporary art context/continuum (and vice versa).
Through Picture Palace Pictures, Creative Producer Madeleine Molyneaux is currently developing and producing films and visual arts projects for Kevin Jerome Everson (U.S.), Bill Morrison (U.S), David Jacobson (U.S.), Phillip Warnell (U.K.), Pierre Bismuth (Belgium/France, in collaboration with The Ink Connection, Paris); representing installations for Gustav Deutsch/KGP (Austria); sales for Possible Movements (Canada) and curatorial/programming initiatives for the Festival du nouveau cinema, Montreal (FNC) and the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR).
Madeleine Molyneaux works with makers at various stages of process and product, from script/proposal and initial research, through production, post and relevant cross-platform exhibition. She has extensive experience in rights and clearances; music supervision, casting, and location scouting.
Picture Palace Pictures represents the films of the American artist Kevin Jerome Everson, 2012 Alpert Award in the Arts Film. For all exhibition, commissions and sales inquiries, kindly contact: email@example.com
International collaborations and co-productions with filmmakers, visual artists, musicians, curators, collectives and like-minded collectives and institutions are most welcome.
We love genre in all its permutations and formalism in all its rigor. And humor. Always.
We work to protect the primacy of the image and the autonomy of the auteur.
Picture Palace Pictures
tel. (+1) 212.252.3187
PO Box 645 Prince Street Station
New York, NY 10012