Los Angeles, CA, January 22th 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, McKenzie Van Dorne-Rice is a Female Producer changing Hollywood
The film industry has been notoriously male-dominated. In 2020 Only 26% of Hollywood producers were female- A glaring gender inequality.
While things are slowly improving, there isn’t a large pool of female producers to close the gap. That said, Producer McKenzie Van Dorne-Rice seems to be that breakout powerhouse woman that Hollywood has been looking for.
Liquid Studios Entertainment West, with McKenzie at the helm, has recently acquired dozens of intellectual properties slated to become TV shows, Films, and Animated Series. Her biggest project boasts a budget in the $100 million plus range and will begin filming in New Zealand.
“I feel so elated to be in this position. Hollywood has embraced me and I feel a responsibility, as a woman, to lead the way for other females in the entertainment industry,” says McKenzie.
McKenzie started as a talent manager with over 100 actors on her roster and has recently transitioned to producing, “I saw the changes coming to Hollywood. I recognized how competing streaming platforms have created a desperate need for content. I decided to dive right in and I haven’t looked back.”
As a Producer, McKenzie Van Dorne-Rice, has won over 34 awards for her environmental film with Richard Chamberlain. She has recently partnered with Producer Zach Thomson on several upcoming projects.
“I love collaboration. It is the team—I should say family–that you build while working on projects that I thrive on,” says McKenzie.
To learn more about McKenzie Van Dorne-Rice and Liquid Studios Entertainment check out the website at LiquidStudiosEntertainment
We are an award-winning, women-owned, Los Angeles-based Talent Management/ Production Company. As a progressive company, we are committed to working with women, minorities, LGBTQIA+ and young people to make the world a better place. Liquid Studios Entertainment educates, advocates, and supports gender diversity and race equality in the film and television industries. We help define the conversation and reinforce positive messages to promote gender parity and overall equality. We support creatives and strive to make the world a better place.
Abigail is author of several novels for young adults. Her debut novel Threads, won the Times/Chicken House competition in 2009, and in 2017 ‘Love Song’ won the Goldsboro Books Romantic Novel of the Year.
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