Dawn Carter has served as a producer in various capacities for including line producer, consulting, producer, production supervisor, development producer and more.
Donlyn Productions works with filmmakers to package projects to include film finance with reliable investors.
Dawn Carter has served as Director, and co director having worked with and under several well-known directors.
We are aligned with several credible and reputable distribution companies.
As a creative, Dawn has collaborated with others to write content. She teamed with Andrea Wiley, Executive Producer of the Parkers and created, Love Brooklyn which was sold to BET.
Donlyn Productions can provide assistance with attaching talent to projects we take on through partnerships with established casting agents as well as talent agents.
Smooth talking ex-lawyer Jeff Winger has got a lot to learn, and he’s come to Greendale Community College to avoid every bit of it. Unfortunately for Jeff, he’s not the only misfit to enroll here, and people in need have an odd way of finding each other. Starring Joel McHale (TV’s “The Soup”), Ken Jeong (The Hangover) and Emmy Award winner Chevy Chase.
This woman showed me how to find my story, my footing. As an artist, sometimes it's difficult to center your voice. .
Dawn is a consummate professional. I have worked with her many times and she calms any storm.
On set, Dawn instills faith that the project is on track and going in the right direction. She has a gentle authoritative, leadership hand.
I do consider opportunities to speak at film related events as a panelist, judge, or class. P
Speaking at universities, and other local campuses.
Coming a board projects at the onset versus midstream is best for all content creating endeavors. Dawn Carter is available to Produce, Writer or Direct your next project should it fall within certain parameters. Please email us to learn more.
CSI, Law and Order writer/producer, and Criminal Minds, Co Exe Producer, Christopher Barbour signs on as a Producer for Margin…
Directd by Academy Award-Nominated filmmaker, DAVID MASSEY, the first African American in the history of the Academy Awards to be nominated for an Oscar in the Live-Action Short Film category with Last Breeze of Summer (1992).