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Laura Bickford

Laura Bickford is a producer, known for Traffic (2000), Beasts of No Nation (2015) and Che: Part One (2008). She was previously married to Sam Bottoms. See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Traffic Producer
Beasts of No Nation
Che: Part One
Che: Part One Producer
Arbitrage Producer


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 2016 Finding Altamira (executive producer)
 2015 Beasts of No Nation (executive producer)
 2012 7 días en La Habana (executive producer - segment "El Yuma")
 2012 Arbitrage (producer)
 2009 Duplicity (producer)
 2008 Independent Lens (TV Series documentary) (executive producer - 1 episode)
- Chicago 10 (2008) ... (executive producer)
 2008 Che: Part One (producer)
 2008 Che: Part Two (producer)
 2007 Chicago 10 (Documentary) (executive producer)
 2005 Winter Passing (executive producer)
 2000 Traffic (producer)
 1998 Bongwater (producer)
 1997 Playing God (producer)
 1995 Citizen X (TV Movie) (executive producer)
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 2015 Parched (the producers wish to thank)
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 2012 A Glimpse Into Arbitrage (Video short)
 2000 Inside Traffic: The Making of 'Traffic' (TV Short documentary)

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At one time Hollywood made great movies for women with stars like Joan Crawford, Bette Davis and Ingrid Bergman. They were a real genre and unfortunately that genre has almost completely disappeared. It's shameful, because the studios completely underestimate the potential buying power of the adult female audience.

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