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Gina Prince-Bythewood is an American film director and screenwriter. She is known for directing the films Disappearing Acts and Love & Basketball.

By the time she was three weeks old, Prince-Bythewood had been adopted by a computer programmer and a nurse in Los Angeles, California. Her adoptive father is Caucasian and her adoptive mother is of Salvadoran and German ancestry, respectively. She grew up in Pacific Grove, California, a white, middle-class community. With the help of her adoptive parents, she was given four siblings.

Prince-Bythewood completed his high school education at Pacific Grove High School in 1987. She was a varsity track and field athlete while attending UCLA’s film school. She was awarded the Gene Reynolds Scholarship for Directing and the Ray Stark Memorial Scholarship for Outstanding Undergraduates while attending UCLA.. In 1991, she earned her bachelor’s degree.

“It wasn’t a great experience” when she sought out her birth mother in 2014. In order for her white birth mother to have an abortion, her family foretold that their kid would be multiracial, and she was a teenager when she gave her up for adoption.

Gina Prince-Bythewood Career

Prince Bythewood’s film, Love & Basketball, was written after she spent five years working as a television writer on shows including A Different World and South Central. Prince-Bythewood played the lead role in the film, which was based on her own life and the events of her childhood. [3] It was created in the directing and writing lab at the Sundance Institute.

A dozen awards were given to the picture, and it was nominated for three others. The Black Reel Awards named it Best Film and Best Film Poster, while the Independent Spirit Awards named it Best First Screenplay. As for its domestic box office, it took home $27.7 million, making it the sixth most well-known basketball movie in America at the time.

Adapted from Sue Monk Kidd’s best-selling book, The Secret Life of Bees is a feature film directed by her. When it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2008, it was distributed by Fox Searchlight.

Gina Prince-Bythewood’ Profile

Full Name Gina Prince-Bythewood
Net Worth $4 Million
Date Of Birth June 10, 1969
Place Of Birth United States of America
Profession Film director, Screenwriter, Television Director, Television producer, Film Producer, Actor
Education University of California, Los Angeles, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
Nationality United States of America
Spouse Reggie Rock Bythewood (m. 1998)
Children Toussaint Bythewood, Cassius Bythewood
Nicknames Gina Maria Prince , Gina Prince
Twitter http://www.twitter.com/gpbmadeit
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0697656
Awards Independent Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay
Nominations Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing In A Children/Youth/Family Special, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing In A Children/Youth/Family Special, Independent Spirit Award for…
Movies Love & Basketball, Disappearing Acts, Biker Boyz, The Secret Life of Bees, Our Family Wedding, Beyond the Lights, Before I Fall, What About Your Friends, Daddy’s Girl, Before I Fall, Beyond the Lights, Our Family Wedding, The Secret Life of Bees, Biker Boyz, Disappearing Acts, Love & Basketball, Wha…
TV Shows Shots Fired, Shots Fired

Quote
1 “On my set, people have to respect the actor’s process. I totally respect what actors do. I give them whatever time they need and I never scream out directions from the camera. I take the time to walk up to them and talk to them personally.” (from “Gina Prince-Bythewood’s Disappearing Acts” by Monice Mitchell, DGA Magazine, January 2001, 25:5, 51-53.)

Fact
1 Ran competitive track at UCLA, where she also attended film school.

Writer

Title Year Status Character
Shots Fired TV Series created by – 10 episodes, 2017 story by – 1 episode, 2017 written by – 1 episode, 2017 post-production
Beyond the Lights 2014 written by
The Secret Life of Bees 2008 screenplay
Reflections 2007 TV Short
Love & Basketball 2000 written by
Felicity 1999 TV Series writer – 1 episode
Damn Whitey 1997 Short written by
Courthouse 1995 TV Series two episodes – as Gina Prince
CBS Schoolbreak Special 1995 TV Series written by – 1 episode
Sweet Justice 1994 TV Series as Gina Prince
South Central 1994 TV Series 1 episode
A Different World 1992-1993 TV Series 4 episodes
Stitches 1991 Short as Gina Prince

Director

Title Year Status Character
Shots Fired 2017 TV Series 1 episode post-production
Beyond the Lights 2014
The Secret Life of Bees 2008
Reflections 2007 TV Short
Everybody Hates Chris 2005 TV Series 1 episode
Girlfriends 2005 TV Series 2 episodes
The Bernie Mac Show 2003 TV Series 1 episode
Disappearing Acts 2000 TV Movie
Love & Basketball 2000
Bowl of Pork 1997 Short as Gina Prince
Damn Whitey 1997 Short as Gina Prince
Progress 1997 Short as Gina Prince
CBS Schoolbreak Special 1995 TV Series 1 episode
Stitches 1991 Short as Gina Prince

Producer

Title Year Status Character
Shots Fired 2017 TV Series executive producer / producer post-production
Daddy’s Girl 2007 TV Movie documentary producer
Reflections 2007 TV Short co-producer
Biker Boyz 2003 producer
Felicity 1998-1999 TV Series consulting producer – 8 episodes
Courthouse 1995 TV Series co-producer – as Gina Prince

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