Teddy Tracker Entertainment is an NAACP Image Award Nominated Brooklyn-based independent film production company focused on fostering diversity of thought, culture, race, sexual orientation, and ability in the entertainment industry both in front of and behind the camera.
TTE was founded by Composer/Producer, Elizabeth Phillipson-Weiner in 2015. After meeting Director/Writer, Alejandra Parody at Tisch's School of the Arts, the two realized they had a shared set of values that dictated making meaningful work with the highest aesthetic standards.
TTE collaborates with progressive and innovative creatives to produce untold stories through high quality content that yields real life impact. For example, in 2018 TTE produced a fundraising video for the non-profit Emily’s Entourage, starring Broadway’s Javier Muñoz, Laura Osnes and more, surpassing 4x our fundraising goal for Cystic Fibrosis research.
Our work seeks to push boundaries, create discourse, and change perceptions to create a brighter, more inclusive world. Contact us to learn more about projects we have in development.
Born and raised just outside of Philadelphia, PA, Elizabeth is a producer and composer whose films have screened at festivals worldwide, most recently at the Tribeca Film Festival. Her films have been featured in media such as Playbill.com and garnered praise and awards, most recently winning “Best Children’s” short at the Independent Shorts Awards and a Webby Award for her work on the short film, “Welcome”.
As a composer, her scores have premiered in films at a variety of festivals including Hollyshorts, Urbanworld Film Festival and The Tribeca Film Festival. Elizabeth works in a wide array of mediums including theatre, ad music, and folk music. She’s written the music for everything from non-profit campaigns to congressional campaigns.
Elizabeth is Brooklyn based and is obsessed with her adorable dog, Schuyler.
Alejandra is a New York-based film director and writer. Originally from Colombia, she moved to the U.S. to major in Film and TV and in Religious Studies at NYU, where her thesis film Rosa earned her a King Prize Award. Her work has been recognized in festivals around the world such as the Tribeca Film Festival, NBCUniversal Shorts Festival and The American Pavilion at Cannes, as well as in media such as Billboard.com.
Alejandra's work as director has spanned several mediums, including an Off-Broadway play, music videos, short docs and narrative pieces.
She loves a badass female character, dramatic stakes, and frightened audiences. She's also partial to ridiculously good-looking art in general.
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