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An award-winning producer of music videos for the likes of Elvis Costello, U2, Squeeze and Iggy Pop, JoAnne Sellar received her first feature producing credit for writer-director Richard Stanley's "Hardware" (1990) and reteamed with him as a producer on "Dust Devil" (1993). She then went on to produce (with the director) Clive Barker's supernatural noir "Lord of Illusions" (1995) before sharing producing duties (with Lloyd Levin and John Lyon) on Paul Thomas Anderson's "Boogie Nights" (1997). Sellar and her husband Daniel Lupi went on to produce Anderson's follow-up "Magnolia" (1999) and she served as one of the producers on the Alan Cumming-Jennifer Jason Leigh project "The Anniversary Party" (2001).
Producer (Feature Film)
Misc. Crew (Feature Film)
Received credit for "assistance" on Neil Jordan's "High Spirits"
Co-produced "Red, Hot & Blue" (ABC), a worldwide tribute to Cole Porter, benefiting AIDS research
First feature film credit as producer on writer-director Richard Stanley's "Hardware"
Reteamed with Stanley, as producer of "Dust Devil"
Produced Clive Barker's "Lord of Illusions"
Served as producer (with Lloyd Levin and John Lyons) for Paul Thomas Anderson's "Boogie Nights"
Re-teamed with Anderson for "Magnolia"; served as a producer
Produced the ensemble feature, "The Anniversary Party"
Produced Paul Thomas Anderson's "Punch-Drunk Love"
Produced Anderson's "There Will Be Blood"; her fourth collaboration with the director; earned an Oscar nomination for Best Picture