About Palm Pictures
Since its inception in 1998, Palm Pictures has been responsible for such critical and commercial successes as The Basketball Diaries, Sex and Lucia, The Believer, Mandela and The Directors Label Series, an ongoing retrospective of the work of the world's most acclaimed music video directors. Palm is also home to a diverse music catalogue, spanning genres from world to trip hop to indie rock to electronica. Palm's world releases include African musicians Baaba Maal and Gigi, and Latin American artists like Da Lata and Sidestepper.
Palm's catalog of classic films are now available for digital purchase or rental at most major websites, including iTunes and Amazon. In 2014 Pslm lauched its digital roll-out with the HD release of Stop Making Sense, considered by many to be the best concert film ever made.
Palm Pictures was founded in 1998 by Chris Blackwell, the innovator who started Island Records and guided the careers of artists including Bob Marley & The Wailers, Jethro Tull, Cat Stevens, Robert Palmer, U2, Melissa Etheridge, Tom Waits, PJ Harvey, and The Cranberries, to name a few. His past film projects include such seminal works as The Harder They Come, starring Jimmy Cliff, and the Oscar-winning The Kiss of the Spider Woman. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in March 2001.
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Cindy Banach: Cindy.Banach@palmpictures.com
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Meg Friedman: Meg.Friedman@palmpictures.com
New York, NY 10036