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caitlin gold

Caitlin Gold is the Co-Founder of New York-based production company, Nine Lives Pictures. Under this banner, Caitlin has produced numerous films including Imagine I’m Beautiful (currently on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play) and the upcoming Liv (starring Teddy Sears, Harris Yulin, and Frankie Faison). She also served as a producer on the upcoming In This Our Youth (starring Jared Gillman of Moonrise Kingdom), ’79 Parts (with Eric Roberts and Sandra Bernhard), and Indigo (with Nicholas Brendon of Buffy the Vampire Slayer).

Caitlin is actively involved at all stages of production, from script development, packaging, and financing, all the way through post-production, marketing, and distribution.

In 2013, Caitlin forayed into film distribution, becoming Head of Acquisitions at the boutique distribution company, Candy Factory Films. At Candy Factory, she was responsible for acquiring over twenty films for release including Sarah Adina Smith’s The Midnight Swim, Eddie Mullins’ Doomsdays, and the WGA-nominated documentary, Being Canadian, starring Mike Meyers, Seth Rogan, Cobie Smulders, Ben Stiller, Kim Cattrall, and Catherine O’Hara.

Following Candy Factory, Caitlin went on to work at Lionsgate where she manages home entertainment sales and distribution of the company’s new release and catalogue titles.

Caitlin is thrilled to join in this critical endeavor to bring equality to the world of filmmaking.

investors

When The 51 Fund launches publicly later this year, it will offer investors the chance to participate in the film industry while making a significant social impact by playing a key part in bringing gender equality to cinema.

The 51 Fund will provide an usual level of risk diversification by investing in a diverse pool of assets.

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filmmakers

Once The 51 Fund launches publicly later this year, filmmakers will be able to apply for financing for films written, directed, and produced by women in the $1-5 million budget range. The 51 Fund will bring added value to these investments by helping connect selected filmmakers with mentors and resources for marketing and distributing their films. The 51 Fund will additionally offer a new ecosystem in which each generation of female filmmakers becomes responsible for ushering in and elevating the generation below them.

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