Greg Shapiro

Academy Award® winning feature film producer Greg Shapiro is AGC Studios’ Head of Film, where he oversees all feature film development and production activity for the company.  Shapiro previously served as President of Film Production at IM Global, the independent film and television company founded by Ford in 2007, where Shapiro produced or served as executive producer on many of the company’s major feature projects.  Prior to IM Global he won a Best Picture Academy Award® for Kathryn Bigelow's 2008 drama The Hurt Locker, which won a total of six Oscars®; an executive producer on two additional Bigelow films, Zero Dark Thirty in 2012, which received five Academy Award® nominations; and the critically acclaimed 2017 release Detroit. Shapiro's other producing credits include Robert Redford’s The Conspirator starring James McAvoy and Robin Wright; The Rum Diary, directed by Bruce Robinson and starring Johnny Depp; The Rules of Attraction directed by Roger Avary; the popular Harold & Kumar comedy franchise; James Gray’s The Immigrant starring Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner; and Epix television comedy series Graves, starring Nick Nolte.

Maeva Elchibegian