Artie Glackin - Line Producer
Born in Florida, Artie moved to Los Angeles in 1983 and started giving tours of Universal Studios. Artie began his career in filmmaking when writer/director Paul Schrader ("Taxi Driver," "Raging Bull," "Cat People." "Affliction") asked him to be his assistant in the making of "Patty Hearst." Since then Artie moved up in the world of film and television, serving as a producer on television shows like "America's Top Ten" with Casey Kasem, "Arrest & Trial," and "Unsolved Mysteries." Artie also served as first assistant director and post supervisor on such feature films as "Bloodsport II," "Invisible Dad," Hellborn,"Get A Job," and "Don's Plum" with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire. Despite the good pay he enjoys as a first AD, he lives for the passion of producing.
In 1996 Artie began putting his skills to the test by producing a series of 16mm and 35mm short films including "11th Hour," "Hitclown," and "Too Much Magic." It didn't take long for Artie to dive into the challenge of feature filmmaking. In 1999 he successfully completed the independent award winning feature film, "Dreamers." Artie was the sole producer on this film. To make sure that the film would get done on schedule and under budget Artie not only produced but also acted as 1st Assistant Director and Post Production Supervisor.
Artie believes that the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.