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Beth Hubbard
Partner

Beth Hubbard is a film, television, and theatre producer. She has recently partnered with Renée Frigo of OAK STREET PICTURES to produce both fiction and nonfiction content across different media. She began her feature film career on the production team of the Oscar-nominated BULL DURHAM (starring Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins). 

Other credits include TEQUILA SUNRISE (with Michelle Pfeiffer and Mel Gibson); INDIAN RUNNER (written and directed by Sean Penn), a number of movies starring Martin Lawrence (BLACK TO THE PAST, YOU SO CRAZY, MARTIN LAWRENCE LIVE); RITUAL, based on the NAACP award-winning play; and WOO (with Jada Pinkett, LL Cool J, Isaac Hayes and Pam Greer) among others. In television, she was the Executive Producer of the animated series THE ZULA PATROL

She recently produced the award-winning documentary THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR (Special Prize for Human Rights Award, Venice Film Festival 2017), with Nancy Buirski directing, and the multi-award winning off-Broadway play, TURN ME LOOSE (starring Joe Morton).

Current projects include a documentary (including a virtual reality component) about the tennis legend, Arthur Ashe, HARLEM WOODSTOCK (directed by Questlove) and a slate of fiction feature films. Beth is also a committed philanthropist, serving as Chairman of the Board of the Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Foundation, a foundation that supports social change through art in New York and North Carolina.

Renée Frigo
Producer

Renée Frigo is the founder of Oak Street Pictures; her passion lies in creating the highest-quality content with top-tier talent. Renée and team are currently producing a riveting documentary about the revered Chicago chef Charlie Trotter. Also in the works: the docuseries “Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll,” inspired by New York Times best-selling author Andrew Friedman’s new book.

Renée is the co-founder and former CEO of Lucini Italia, renowned for bringing the highest quality extra virgin olive oil from Tuscany to the United States at an affordable price. Lucini grew to over 60 products available in over 20,000 stores and is recognized as the number one premium Italian brand by food writers, editors and world-class chefs including Emeril Lagasse, Giada de Laurentiis and Jamie Oliver.  Renée has appeared on CNN and “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”

Working off the grid encompassing 16,000 nautical miles on her boat with her two children, Renée chronicled her two-year adventure in a 2016 Huffington Post series. While anchored in Tonga, Renée sold Lucini.

Renee helps nonprofits as an advocate for women and children. She is a mentor for Executive MBA students at Northwestern University’s Miami campus of the Kellogg School of Management, and shares her knowledge of emotional branding with entrepreneurial associations. Renée serves on the Board of Directors for the Ed Asner Family Center, focusing on mental-health support and education for children with autism and special needs.

Under the instruction of the late avant-garde composer John Eaton, Renée studied music composition, graduating from Indiana University.  Over the next ten years, she followed her love for music working for I.R.S. Records, SBK/EMI Records and Sony Music Publishing. She later earned an Executive MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. 

Renée happily calls both Los Angeles and Miami home.

 

Renée Frigo
Producer

Renée Frigo is the founder of Oak Street Pictures; her passion lies in creating the highest-quality content with top-tier talent. Renée and team are currently producing a riveting documentary about the revered Chicago chef Charlie Trotter. Also in the works: the docuseries “Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll,” inspired by New York Times best-selling author Andrew Friedman’s new book.

Renée is the co-founder and former CEO of Lucini Italia, renowned for bringing the highest quality extra virgin olive oil from Tuscany to the United States at an affordable price. Lucini grew to over 60 products available in over 20,000 stores and is recognized as the number one premium Italian brand by food writers, editors and world-class chefs including Emeril Lagasse, Giada de Laurentiis and Jamie Oliver.  Renée has appeared on CNN and “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”

Working off the grid encompassing 16,000 nautical miles on her boat with her two children, Renée chronicled her two-year adventure in a 2016 Huffington Post series. While anchored in Tonga, Renée sold Lucini.

Renee helps nonprofits as an advocate for women and children. She is a mentor for Executive MBA students at Northwestern University’s Miami campus of the Kellogg School of Management, and shares her knowledge of emotional branding with entrepreneurial associations. Renée serves on the Board of Directors for the Ed Asner Family Center, focusing on mental-health support and education for children with autism and special needs.

Under the instruction of the late avant-garde composer John Eaton, Renée studied music composition, graduating from Indiana University.  Over the next ten years, she followed her love for music working for I.R.S. Records, SBK/EMI Records and Sony Music Publishing. She later earned an Executive MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. 

Renée happily calls both Los Angeles and Miami home.

 

Renée Frigo
Producer

Renée Frigo is the founder of Oak Street Pictures; her passion lies in creating the highest-quality content with top-tier talent. Renée and team are currently producing a riveting documentary about the revered Chicago chef Charlie Trotter. Also in the works: the docuseries “Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll,” inspired by New York Times best-selling author Andrew Friedman’s new book.

Renée is the co-founder and former CEO of Lucini Italia, renowned for bringing the highest quality extra virgin olive oil from Tuscany to the United States at an affordable price. Lucini grew to over 60 products available in over 20,000 stores and is recognized as the number one premium Italian brand by food writers, editors and world-class chefs including Emeril Lagasse, Giada de Laurentiis and Jamie Oliver.  Renée has appeared on CNN and “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”

Working off the grid encompassing 16,000 nautical miles on her boat with her two children, Renée chronicled her two-year adventure in a 2016 Huffington Post series. While anchored in Tonga, Renée sold Lucini.

Renee helps nonprofits as an advocate for women and children. She is a mentor for Executive MBA students at Northwestern University’s Miami campus of the Kellogg School of Management, and shares her knowledge of emotional branding with entrepreneurial associations. Renée serves on the Board of Directors for the Ed Asner Family Center, focusing on mental-health support and education for children with autism and special needs.

Under the instruction of the late avant-garde composer John Eaton, Renée studied music composition, graduating from Indiana University.  Over the next ten years, she followed her love for music working for I.R.S. Records, SBK/EMI Records and Sony Music Publishing. She later earned an Executive MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. 

Renée happily calls both Los Angeles and Miami home.

 

 

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© 2018 Oak Street Pictures

© 2018 Oak Street Pictures

© 2018 Oak Street Pictures

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10250 Constellation Blvd
Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90067


10250 Constellation Blvd
Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90067


10250 Constellation Blvd
Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90067


10250 Constellation Blvd
Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90067


10250 Constellation Blvd
Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90067


Please note that Oak Street Pictures can not accept or review unsolicited creative materials.

Please note that Oak Street Pictures can not accept or review unsolicited creative materials.