Diane Nabatoff Producer, Dancing in Jaffa,Take The Lead, Narc, Very Bad Things

In 2000, Diane founded Tiara Blu Films. Since then she has produced Take The Lead, and Narc, and executive produced The Brass Teapot and Gray Matters. In television, she executive produced Knights of the South Bronx for A&E and Racing For Time for Lifetime as well as the series After Hours with Daniel for Mojo now on Ovation. She also co-executive produced the pilot for the HBO series Baseball Wives and the pilot, Scent Of The Missing for TNT. For theater, she is developing several Broadway musicals, including one based on her film Take The Lead. Besides the documentary Dancing In Jaffa, she is also producing an untitled documentary with Stanley Tucci. In addition, Diane produces the annual Human Rights Watch production, Cries From The Heart in Los Angeles.

Prior to founding Tiara Blu Films, Diane was a Producer at Interscope Communications, where she produced films that include: Very Bad Things, The Proposition, Operation Dumbo Drop, Separate Lives, Holy Matrimony, and Body Language.

Earlier in her career, Diane was the Senior Vice President of Production for Henry Winkler’s Fair Dinkum Productions and Vice President of Vestron Pictures where she executive produced Hider in the House and Fear. She began her film career as Vice President at The Feldman-Meeker Co. working on The Golden Child and serving as Associate-Producer of The Kindred and Kathryn Bigelow’s Near Dark.

Prior to receiving a Masters of Business Administration from Harvard Business School, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University, where she was the first female producer of Hasty Pudding Theatricals and the founder of The Radcliffe Pitches, the first Harvard female vocal group.

Diane is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Producers Guild of America.