Kibi Anderson

Kibi Anderson

Originally from Seattle, Washington, Kibi Anderson was featured in Fortune Magazine in 2000 as a top talent to watch in the coming years. She made her foray into independent film as an intern in the film development division at Neil Moritz's company Original Film. She then went on to work as the assistant to writer/director Gary Hardwick (The Brothers, Bring It On) on his second project, the hit film Deliver Us From Eva. In 2001, Kibi started Key Bee Entertainment, an independent production company dedicated to making projects that expose the unexposed to new cultural points of view. Some of her other production credits include the short films Best of Both Worlds, Animal Story and Cuba Libra, in addition to the feature film Universal Remote. She was also a 2004 FIND (formerly IFP/LA) Project:Involve Honoree and a 2005 screenwriting fellow with the Guy Hanks & Marvin A. Miller Writing Program sponsored by Bill and Camille Cosby at the USC School of Cinema-Television.

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