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BOLD.

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aUTHENTIC.

aCCESSIBLE.

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We are dedicated tO authentically telling meaningful stories from women’s experiences; wITH women aT tHE hELM oF tELLING tHOSE stORIES.

 

Talking Back Pictures represents true inclusivity by mandating that at least 50% of key crew are women in every production.

Our projects unapologetically explore mental health from a woman’s perspective, through stories that are accessible to all.

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WE ARE A FULL SERVICE PRODUCTION TEAM

 
 

We take care of everything from pre to post;

Bringing a Female PERSPECTIVE & FEMALE CREW TO EVERY PRODUCTION.





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We also offer a la carte services ,

including but not limited to:

 

Script feedback

Co-writing

Location Scouting

Production Coordination

Line Producing

Casting

Editing

Distribution



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Meet the Team

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Emma Kreienberg

Co-Founder

Chief Creative Officer, Chief Operations Officer & Co-Chief Development Officer

Born and raised in Upstate New York (more like Canada, less like Westchester), Emma received her B.F.A in Film & Television from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She is a writer, producer and director who’s work has screened at the L.A. Lift Off-Festival, ITV: The Independent Television Festival, Austin Web Fest and Fusion Film Festival. Emma has editorially produced numerous Emmy-nominated web series, including Park Bench with Steve Buscemi and The Future Starts Here, and is well-versed in the digital landscape. Emma is often accused of talking too fast & enjoys over-analyzing episodes of any television show. 

 
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Nicole Palermo

Co-Founder

Chief Growth Officer, Chief Financial Officer & Co-Chief Development Officer

After graduating from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in theater, Nicole set her sights on the web. Her first Co-Written project, Bitch ’N Lisp, was featured at the Fusion Film Festival, Austin Web Fest, and two years in a row at ITV: The Independent Television Festival. In 2017, her Co-Creation Stem and The City earned her team a spot in the B-STEM Project Hall of Fame and in 2018, her acting role in The Magic Bomb was featured at numerous festivals across the country, winning the Audience Choice Award at Las Cruces International Film Festival. When she’s not listing off her accolades, Nicole enjoys creating homemade cards, attempting to cook, and bingeing The Office for the 8th or 9th time. 

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