Christine Kunewa Walker

Christine Kunewa Walker is an award-winning feature film producer and the CEO of the Provincetown Film Society, a non-profit organization overseeing three primary initiatives—the Provincetown International Film Festival, the Waters Edge Cinema, a year-round Arthouse cinema, and the Provincetown Film Institute. Walker also produced the 2017 Provincetown Women’s Media Summit, a think tank addressing gender inequity in U.S. Entertainment Media. 

As a film producer, Walker’s credits include: STAY THEN GO, directed by Shelli Ainsworth, DARLING COMPANION (Sony Pictures Classics) directed by Lawrence Kasdan starring Diane Keaton and Kevin Kline; THE TURIN HORSE by Hungarian auteur Bela Tarr which was awarded the Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize and the Fipresci International Press Prize at the 2011 Berlin Film Festival; the Sundance Film Festival premiere film THIN ICE directed by Jill Sprecher with Greg Kinnear, Alan Arkin and Billy Crudup; HOWL directed by academy award winning directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman starring James Franco as the beat poet Alan Ginsberg along with Jon Hamm, and David Straithairn. ; the Todd Solondz directed LIFE DURING WARTIME which won Best Screenplay at the Venice Film Festival in 2010 and is nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards. Walker also co-wrote and produced OLDER THAN AMERICA starring Adam Beach and Bradley Cooper; FACTOTUM starring Matt Dillon, Lily Taylor and Marisa Tomei, and line produced the academy award nominated AMERICAN SPLENDOR. Christine’s awards and recognitions include the National Board of Review Freedom of Expression Award for HOWL, Producer’s Guild of America Diversity Award, the McKnight Feature Film Development Award; Independent Spirit Award nomination for best new producer, and the Sundance Institute’s Mark Silverman Producing Fellowship Award.