Carole J. Wilson comes to film production with an extensive background in management consulting, public relations and fine arts. Along with partner Michael Henry Wilson, she has worked on a variety of projects coordinating research and development, supervising treatments/scripts, interviewing high-profile entertainment people, handling public relations and interfacing with international film festivals. She also functioned as cinematographer on her current project Myanmar Year Zero.
Currently, Wilson has two projects in production: Myananmar Unveiled and Portrait of a Master: Joshu Sasaki Roshi. On Reconciliation: Mandela’s Miracle (PBS, Warner Bros. 2010) she was involved in every aspect of production, ranging from researcher to online producer to post production supervisor. As she puts it, “This was a labor of love on a subject close to my heart.” She co-produced Clint Eastwood: A Life in Film (Arte, 2007) and was a production consultant on In a Search of Kundun (Canal Plus 1998).
Carole simultaneously pursues a career as a painter and is best known for her use of vivid colors and gold leaf. She has exhibited in numerous locations, including Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Paris.
For more information please go to www.carolewilsonarts.com