coproducer

coproducer

(ˌkəʊprəˈdjuːsə)
n
a joint producer
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By chance, he met coproducer Jay Lin in Taiwan at that time-leading to a collaboration that yielded a cross-cultural road trip.
The album was made with coproducer and collaborator Stephen Shannon and a long list of Ireland's top musicians of the underground - John Hegarty (keyboards and guitar), Michael Murphy (bass), Gary Fitzpatrick (accordion, banjo and backing vox), Joss Moorkens (drums), Mary Barnecutt (cello) and Bill Blackmore (trumpet).
Backers can choose to offer between PS50 and PS1,000, with coproducer and executive producer options also offering a share of profits.
Lead stars Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor, along with director Remo D'Souza and coproducer Sidharth Roy Kapoor were among the film's unit who welcomed guests at a swish nightspot in suburban Mumbai.
Gibson, as a cheeky, wise-cracking Mrs Crusoe, takes the star role, while Hiatt is made for the part of Captain Pickles and coproducer Durkin puts in a cameo on-screen appearance, as an airline pilot flying the Cheeky Monkey ship's crew back home (don't ask).
Levy and coproducer Lizzie Czerner are the ringmasters of the monthly Los Angeles stage show Don't Tell My Mother
Bruce Jackson, James Agee Professor of American Culture at the University at Buffalo, is the author of thirty-five books and the coproducer of five documentary films, and Diane Christian, SUNY Distinguished Professor, is a religious scholar who studies violence in America.
I''ll Be Seeing You took shape in the Texan heat during a handful of loose, live sessions with the aid of coproducer and musician Gabe Rhodes.
He's also investing in films, as coproducer of Ralph Fiennes' big-screen version of Shakespeare's Coriolanus.
He was also the coproducer of the film "Frozen River," which in 2009 received Oscar nominations for best original screenplay and best actress.
Coproduced and arranged by guitarist Mario Adnet (known for his prior role as coproducer of the acclaimed Moacir Santos collection titled Ouro Negro) and pianist Philippe Baden Powell (prodigal son of the abovementioned mulatto legend of Rio's bossa movement), the CD Afrosambajazz * offers new arrangements of Baden Powell's beautiful songbook, including various melodic tributes to the Afro-Brazilian orixas coauthored by the prodigious Vinicius de Moraes (1913-1980), a son of Xango who jokingly referred to himself as "the blackest white man in Brazil.