Synopsis: In 1974 Marcia Nasatir made history by becoming the first woman vice-president at United Artists. ‘A CLASSY BROAD’ tells the story of how this Jewish girl from San Antonio, Texas shattered Hollywood’s glass ceiling.
Lorenzo Semple, JR
Anne Goursaud is an accomplished film director and editor, crediting Francis Ford Coppola for spotting her talent and giving her the chance to edit ONE FROM THE HEART.
Anne’s directing credits include EMBRACE OF THE VAMPIRE, POISON IVY II, ANOTHER 9.5 WEEKS. Her editing credits include Coppola’s THE OUTSIDERS, BRAM STOKERS DRACULA, IRONWEED, HER ALIBI, CRIMES OF THE HEART, LOST SOULS, TWO JAKES, IDLEWILD, and EXPIRED. Recently, Anne produced the feature documentary, ULTRASUEDE: IN SEARCH OF HALSTON.
Anne received a license en Histoire de L’Art from Sorbonne and a Masters of Fine Art from Columbia University. She is a member of the Directors Guild of America, the Editors Guild, A.C.E., the Academy of Arts and Sciences, and SACD.
"This highly entertaining documentary follows the amazing life of Marcia Nasatir, who went from a young Jewish girl in Texas to being the FIRST Female Vice-President of Production at the United Artists movie studio. The vivacious Nasatir, who was instrumental in getting films like “Rocky” and “The Big Chill” to the big screen, has plenty of fun stories to tell — and a great screen presence of her own." - - The San Francisco Chronicle