A CLASSY BROAD Press & Film Reviews
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
Marcia Nasatir - Creative Until You Die | THR
At UA, she helped to guide to fruition Rocky, Carrie and Coming Home (Jane Fonda thanked her in her Oscar acceptance speech) and unsuccessfully lobbied her superiors to make a little movie then known as The Star Wars. Later, as an independent producer, she championed The Big Chill and Hamburger Hill. "What I really love about movies is that you can make a difference," says Nasatir.
Catalina Film Festival
BREAKING THE GLASS CEILING AWARD: Marcia Nasatir
In an industry rife with ageism, don't ask these luminaries — from Betty White to Don Rickles, Dick Van Dyke to Jerry Lewis, and Marcia Nasatir, all of them still artistically active in the industry (and photographed here exclusively for THR) — if they want to stop working. Says Cloris Leachman, "F— you."
The Hollywood Reporter: Creative Until You Die
Produced by Peter Flax
Written by Scott Feinberg (Marcia's essay)
Photography by Martin Schoeller
Read the complete article in the San Antonio Express News
Print edition published article as part of the features cover story
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival #37
Marcia Nasatir and Director Anne Goursaud discuss their documentary film, A CLASSY BROAD onstage at the infamous Castro Theatre in San Francisco
A national public radio show hosted by John Hockenberry, co-produced by WNYC, PRI, The New York Times & WGBH.
Back in early 1970s Hollywood, there were no women at the head of the table. Top production teams for big movie makers like Paramount and Fox were made up of men. Until Marcia Nasatir. Now 91, Nasatir was the first female vice president of production in Hollywood back in the early 70s, for United Artists.
Takeaway Producer Alexandra Botti spoke to Marcia Nasatir about her life in Hollywood, the documentary, and what she hopes her legacy will look like.
Read the full review on FanboyNation.com
Sojourn Docs interviews Marcia Nasatir and Director Anne Goursaud on the red carpet at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.