“You have to know who you are, and what you bring to the table.”
-India Osborne, Variety Magazine
With over 20 years of experience working in the entertainment industry, India began her career at De Laurentiis Entertainment Group and DreamWorks SKG. In 2000, India joined Luc Besson’s EuropaCorp, where she became his US producing partner, overseeing the development and production of several high-profile productions including two films in the “Transporter” franchise and box office behemoth “Taken.”
In 2008, India co-founded Angele and Fine Productions, the Paris-based, in-house subsidiary of BUF VFX, where she was instrumental in bringing to life some of the world’s most respected high-art film and television projects, such as Ang Lee's “Life of Pi,” James Cameron's “Avatar,” Wong Kar Wai's “The Grandmaster," Denis Villeneuve's "Blade Runner 2049," David Lynch's "Twin Peaks," and HBO's "Watchmen.”
Now, as a producer and advisor splitting her time between Los Angeles and Australia, India is developing content, companies and artists, with an eye towards cutting-edge entertainment aligned with social impact. Throughout her career, India has been and remains a committed humanitarian, actively supporting charitable causes dedicated to elevating marginalized people and indigenous cultures.
Through her practice, India remains true to her ethos - “Why be a star when you can be your own Universe”.
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