Gigi Pritzker

film producer and philanthropist

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Film producer and philanthropist Gigi Pritzker is the founder of Madison Wells Media and executive producer of Nat Geo's Genius.

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The production company OddLot Entertainment has made or invested in quite a range of projects in recent years, including the coming-of-age dramedy The Way, Way Back, the film adaption…

Producer Gigi Pritzker on Nat Geo's 'Genius'

The production company OddLot Entertainment has made or invested in quite a range of projects in recent years, including the coming-of-age dramedy The Way, Way Back, the film adaption…

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