For over a decade Gretchen Landau was a media sales and marketing strategist for pop culture giants Disney, ABC and ESPN. Landau recently served as Production Supervisor for Academy Award winner, Francis Ford Coppola’s film, Distant Vision and is producing the new documentary FEELING SEEN with director Beth Ryne. Her producing credits include the Netflix Original documentary, FEMINISTS: What were they thinking?, FOLK, directed by Sara Terry and a series of award winning short films with producing partners Mindy Cohn and Michael Allen. Landau launched Drop of Water Entertainment, a film and television production company, with director, Christopher N Rowley (Bonneville, Molly Moon), in 2017. Previously, Landau built a successful marketing company that raised hundreds of thousands of dollars’ for several documentary films including RAISE HELL: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins (World Premiere @Sundance 2019) and WHO WILL WRITE OUR HISTORY.
Christopher N Rowley
director, writer, producer
Christopher N Rowley is a writer and filmmaker based between London, New York and Los Angeles. After earning his MFA from the USC School Of Cinematic Arts, he made his feature directing debut in 2006 with BONNEVILLE, an ensemble road movie. Rowley directed and co-created the original story for the film, which attracted a dazzling cast including Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Joan Allen, Tom Skerritt and Christine Baranski. His most recent family fantasy movie MOLLY MOON: THE INCREDIBLE HYPNOTIST,based on the bestselling children’s book series, is due out this winter. The film features Emily Watson, Dominic Monaghan, Lesley Manville, Celia Imrie, Joan Collins and newcomer 12 year-old Raffey Cassidy who went from playing Molly to a leading role in Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland for Disney. Rowley currently has several features, television series and a Broadway musical in development.