Kelley Feldsott Reynolds
Kelley F Reynolds has been producing films for theatrical release and for cable and network television distribution since 1997. Her productions have been filmed in locations all over the world, which has provided valuable knowledge of tax incentives, rebates, credits and other production subsidies necessary for getting the most value available to each project. The consistent success of Reynolds Entertainment has earned her a sterling reputation for delivering quality productions within budget.
Reynolds’ reputation has allowed her to consistently engage bankable star talent, such as Oscar-nominated actors Laurence Fishburne and Sir Nigel Hawthorne, Emmy-winner Mary-Louise Parker, and other stars such as Keira Knightley, Stephen Moyer, and Tom Sizemore, in moderately budgeted independent films.
Reynolds began her career in acquisitions and development at ITC Entertainment Group, an independent UK film and television company which produced the British classics, “The Prisoner” and “The Saint.” She became a development executive when PolyGram Filmed Entertainment acquired and restructured ITC into PolyGram Television.
Reynolds has also garnered extensive experience in distribution and maintains long-standing relationships with top international filmmakers, distributors and sales companies. As a seasoned veteran of all the major film and television markets and festivals, including AFM, Cannes, MIPCOM, NATPE, Sundance and Toronto, Reynolds understands how to navigate the choppy waters of film finance to successfully close deals.
In addition to developing and producing film and television projects for Reynolds Entertainment, Reynolds is frequently sought out to obtain financing and distribution for other productions. For example, she secured distribution and financing for the Alec Baldwin-hosted talk show series, “Raw Footage,” which aired on the Independent Film Channel. Reynolds has also represented international producers seeking distribution or selling their entertainment libraries in the U.S.
Reynolds’ newest endeavor is the romantic comedy for Hallmark Channel - Radio Hype starring Daytime Emmy nominated Alison Sweeney. This was a co-production with Eone and shot in Vancouver. Reynolds’ also ventured into reality television.  when she partnered with 3 Ball Entertainment (producers of “Biggest Loser”) on her first show, “Revisited,” which revolves around a team of paranormals who investigate cold criminal cases. Reynolds’ second show, “The Beverly Hills Country Club,” and is a modern version of “The Love Boat” set in a country club.
Reynolds is a frequent lecturer at the University of California at Los Angeles and is a presenter at entertainment related seminars and workshops.
Reynolds Entertainment was originally formed as Channing Films in 1996 by Kelley Feldsott-Reynolds and Simon Channing-Williams, who has produced the films by acclaimed British director, Mike Leigh, including "Secrets & Lies," which garnered a 1996 Academy Award nomination for Best Picture. The company's objective was, and continues to be, the production of high quality, reasonably budgeted independent feature films with international appeal. The company initially began developing motion picture projects in the $2 to $3 million range, and also collaborated on projects for network and cable television.
In 1999, the company officially became Reynolds Entertainment. The company began to evolve into other areas of the entertainment business, including sales and talent representation, to generate additional revenue. This diversification also served to extend and solidify its working industry relationships both in the U.S. and abroad. Reynolds Entertainment possesses the expertise to acquire, develop, finance, produce and distribute all manner of projects across the media spectrum and is positioned to thrive in changing business climates and to capitalize on technological developments in the industry.