Francesca Prada is a creative producer-director for national and international film, broadcast, and theatrical projects. Currently, she is in the process of creating and developing several innovative projects, including: Diana Films, a company intending to mentor, train and develop women producers, directors, writers, and technicians; an animated television series; and several feature films. Her favorite project thus far was producing the converse gallery project, a creative and inspired branded entertainment initiative to promote emerging artists, it paved the way for other campaigns like it and is still considered to be one of the best examples of participatory marketing or as we called it Brand Democracy.
Her film credits include: Every Child Is Born a Poet (PBS/Input 2004/Tribeca FF), Traveling Companion (IFC/Atom Films/Wolfe Video), Here Dies Another Day (AFI/IFC/Hypnotic), Politically Correct (Chris Award, USFF, Houston Int’l). Her mainstream film credits include: "The Last Express" (Production Supervisor), "Tales Of The City" (Locations), "Sister Act II" (Locations), "Jade" (Locations Coordinator), "Crazy Love" (Production Coordinator), "Murder In The First" (Locations) and "Nash Bridges" (Production Coordinator) and over fifty radio and ad campaigns.
Francesca is the past director of DhaiaTribe.org a international poetry performance troop, who recently received a commission from the Zellerbach, W.A. Gerbode and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundations, and an Air Space Grant from the Jon Sims Center to develop “The Outsider,” an evocative multimedia performance examining post 9-11 America from the eyes of 1st & 2nd generation immigrants. She is on the board of Swan’s Reach (Founding Board), Abydos the Director’s Theater (Treasurer) and ArtsFest SF, inc. (Programming Dir. ‘06).
ires, educated in New York, Colorado and San Francisco.
producer San Francisco, CA
Advertising Agency Producer San Francisco, CA