Cathy Schulman is a veteran producer and film executive. Currently President of Mandalay Pictures, where she oversees the company’s studio and independent pictures, Schulman’s background includes executive jobs at companies including Sovereign Pictures, The Samuel Goldwyn Company, Savoy Pictures and APG, as well as Sundance, where she was co-director of programming in the late 80’s and early 90’s. Schulman has produced 13 films including Crash, for which she won the Best Picture Academy Award in 2006, The Illusionist, Thumbsucker and Darfur Now. She just completed production on Horns, directed by Alex Aja and starring Daniel Radcliffe, Max Minghella, Joe Anderson, Juno Temple and Heather Graham. The film is based on Joe Hill’s best selling book and will reach theaters in 2013. Mandalay also recently produced Bernie directed by Richard Linklater and starring Jack Black, who is nominated for a 2013 Golden Globe. Schulman is the President of Women In Film, on the Boards of the PGA, Film Independent, and Cinema for Peace, a member of AMPAS, a professor at the UCLA School of Film and Television and a USC Stark Program Mentor.