Red Crown Productions
Founded in 2010 by Daniel Crown and Daniela Taplin Lundberg, Red Crown is a privately financed New York-based production company. We produce film and television spanning a wide range of genres and budgets. Our focus is on pictures that combine the smart and the commercial and work in both the independent and studio spaces.
What Maisie Knew (2012)
Hello My Name is Doris (2014)
Beasts of No Nation (2015)
Dan Crown founded Red Crown Productions in 2010 together with Daniela Taplin Lundberg and Riva Marker to begin investing in and producing independent films within a wide range of genres and budgets. Red Crown focuses on smart and commercial pictures in both the independent and studio space. Dan is an executive producer of the upcoming film HONEY BOY, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, written by and starring actor Shia LaBeouf, as well as Lucas Hedges. He also served as an executive producer of MONSTER, which premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival starring Jennifer Hudson, Jeffrey Wright, and Jennifer Ehle. In March 2016, Red Crown premiered Michael Showalter’s HELLO, MY NAME IS DORIS, which stars Sally Field and Max Greenfield. The film won the Audience Award at the 2015 SXSW film festival and was released by Roadside Attractions/Sony Worldwide. Dan produced Cary Fukunaga’s African child soldier film BEASTS OF NO NATION, which was released in Fall 2015 as the first feature film acquisition distributed by Netflix. The film received two awards at the Independent Spirit Awards, Outstanding Independent Motion Picture at the NAACP Awards, a SAG award for Best Supporting Actor Idris Elba and one Golden Globe nomination. Red Crown also produced Jason Bateman’s sophomore directing effort THE FAMILY FANG, starring Bateman, Nicole Kidman, and Christopher Walken, which was acquired by Starz and released May 2016. Dan’s additional credits include HHhH produced with Adama Pictures and Legende Films, Susanna Fogel’s LIFE PARTNERS (2014), and the critically acclaimed WHAT MAISIE KNEW (2013). Dan currently serves on the Board of Lenox Hill Hospital, Hamptons International Film Festival, Connecticut Public Broadcasting, The Jerusalem Foundation, The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, The Lollipop Theater Network, and the Independent Filmmaker Project.
Yoni Liebling currently serves as the Vice President of Development at Red Crown. Yoni is a proud Philadelphian and passionate and focused on discovering and fostering commercial films that represent diverse and authentic stories that can help bring a changing perspective to the world. Recently Red Crown Productions produced HONEY BOY, which will premiere at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, and MONSTER, which premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Liebling brings over seven years of experience to the company with previous positions at Black Label Media and Creative Arts Agency (CAA). At Black Label Media Liebling worked as a development assistant under CEO Molly Smith contributing on projects such as SICARIO, DEMOLITION, ’71, and THE GOOD LIE. Prior to Black Label Media, Liebling spent over three years at CAA where he worked closely with Fred Specktor and Richard Lovett.