Barbara De Fina

Barbara De Fina

Highest Rated: 100% My Voyage to Italy (1999)

Lowest Rated: 20% Kicked in the Head (1997)

Birthday: Dec 28, 1949

Birthplace: Not Available

This producer of high-toned genre films of the late 1980s and 90s usually worked in collaboration with Martin Scorsese (her husband from 1985-91). After dropping out of Barnard College, De Fina got her start in the industry as a production assistant on such films as "Little Murders" (1971), "The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3" (1974) and "An Unmarried Woman" (1978). She swiftly climbed the industry ladder to executive producer by working in a variety of capacities, such as production coordinator ("The Next Man," 1976; Woody Allen's "Interiors," 1978), assistant director ("Gilda Live," 1980) and unit manager ("Prince of the City," 1981), on over twenty films. De Fina was also an associate producer on staff for comedian Alan King.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
83% 69% Silence Producer $7.1M 2016
No Score Yet 15% Assassin Executive Producer - 2014
63% 52% Lymelife Producer - 2008
No Score Yet 29% The Mesmerist Executive Producer - 2002
95% 88% You Can Count on Me Producer $9.2M 2000
72% 70% Bringing Out the Dead Producer $16.6M 1999
100% 87% My Voyage to Italy Producer $8.5K 1999
54% 49% The Hi-Lo Country Producer $163.8K 1998
75% 79% Kundun Producer $5.7M 1997
20% 43% Kicked in the Head Producer $102.7K 1997
80% 93% Casino Producer $42.4M 1995
77% 45% Mad Dog and Glory Producer $10.7M 1993
84% 75% The Age of Innocence Producer $31.9M 1993
74% 77% Cape Fear Producer $76.4M 1991
No Score Yet No Score Yet Made in Milan Producer - 1990
96% 97% Goodfellas Executive Producer $42.6M 1990
91% 70% The Grifters Executive Producer $10.1M 1990
75% 56% New York Stories Producer $10.6M 1989
81% 84% The Last Temptation of Christ Producer $8.2M 1988
89% 73% The Color of Money Producer $52.3M 1986

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