Amy Redford is an artist in residence at the Utah Film Center and a consultant for various organizations. She formed a production company called BetRed Stories and is the executive producer of the series Talk by Andrea Buchanon. Redford made her directorial debut with The Guitar, that had a theatrical release and debuted at various festivals. She is on the board of the Sundance Institute and the steering committee of the Opportunity Agenda.
Amy is an artist in residence at the Utah Film Center and consults for media companies and various organizations.
She is in pre-production for the feature film 60’6”, and is in development for the feature “Cowboys and Indians” that will be shot in Queens and Southern Utah in early summer 2019.
Amy is also executive producing the series Talk by Andrea Buchanon, sold to SkyDance. Recently Amy Produced The feature film Professor Marston and the Wonder Women. She has directed music videos television and film. She made her directorial debut with The Guitar, that had a theatrical release and did the festival circuit. She also shot a short film called DeLiVeRy with Ethan Suplee and Lukas Haas. Previous to that she was acting on the stage, in television and in film.
She is on the board of the Sundance Institute and the steering committee of the Opportunity Agenda. She recently acted in a holiday video for ENCIRCLE, an Utah organization supporting LGBTQ+ youth, and she did a PSA for the Utah Film Society in support of independent cinema.
Amy and her siblings are actively involved in the Sundance Resort, and Sundance Preserve in Utah.