Lora Fox Gamble

Lora Fox Gamble, is an independent producer and film commissioner with more than twenty years experience in film production, finance and distribution. Ms. Fox began her career in film and television working in development with veteran producer Freddie Fields at MGM.   She moved to the Samuel Goldwyn Company in 1986, where she acquired films for television libraries and theatrical release.   In 1991, she was named Executive Director of the International Documentary Association. In 1992, she produced and wrote her first independent documentary, The View From The Cage, and sold it to The Discovery Channel.  This led to three years participating in underwater films both in front of and behind the camera. As Director of International Co-productions for Oregon Public Broadcasting, she helped create the Eyewitness series, a co-production with BBC’s Natural History Unit and Dorling-Kindersley. In 1995, she became Managing Director of Pinnacle Pictures, an international film and television sales company based in London where she financed and marketed several independent feature films.  In 2002, she produced the independent feature Another Life starring Nick Moran, Tom Wilkinson, Imelda Staunton and Ioan Gruffudd. In 2005, she was appointed by the Suffolk County legislature in New York to serve as a film commissioner on the Suffolk County Film Board. Recently, she produced The Song Is You From Watermill for PBS, and represented The Ten, a feature film that will be theatrically released by ThinkFilm in August 2007. 

BIFA Roles

Founding Member
1998 Jury Member