(from IMDB) -- Keri Selig is the founder and President of the feature film and television production company Intuition Productions.
Selig's most recent feature release was the romantic thriller Passengers, starring Anne Hathaway and Patrick Wilson, directed by Rodrigo Garcia for Mandate and Sony Pictures.
Some of Selig's active feature film projects include: Riders on the Storm: The Founding of Greenpeace, with Jon Turteltaub attached to direct, set up at Zucker Productions; Nice, with Reese Witherspoon starring and producing; Earthbound based on the novel by Richard Matheson set up at Parkes/MacDonald; and High Stakes, written by Ronnie Christensen, with Mandalay.
Some of Selig's upcoming TV projects include: The Operative, a scripted one-hour set up at Sony Pictures Television, based on the life rights of international private investigator Logan Clarke, written and executive produced by Shawn Ryan with Pierce Brosnan also executive producing and co-starring; Bounty Wars, a competition reality show currently in production at Discovery; Sex Lives of Married People, a scripted television series written by Brad Desch, set up at Fox TV Studios; Top Spot, set up at Fox TV Studios with show-runner Matt Westmore and William Shatner; Rebels with a Cause, an unscripted series that follows a group of activists, led by Greenpeace pioneer Rex Weyler; Untitled Female MMA Project, set up at VH1, with John Irwin Entertainment; Untitled EPA Project, set up with GRB and partnered with Peter Coyote; Warrant Arrest Recovery, a docu-series set up at Asylum Entertainment; and Stars & Chefs, set up at the CW Television Network, with Radical Media and A Smith & Co.
Before forming Intuition Productions, Selig spent over a decade as a studio executive. Selig spent 1999 through 2001 as Executive Senior Vice President of Production at Bel-Air Entertainment (Proof of Life, Pay It Forward), the Warner Bros.-based feature production and finance company. Prior to her time at Bel-Air , Selig was Senior Vice President of Production at Kopelson Entertainment (Seven, The Fugitive), based at Fox Studios. From January 1996 to October 1998, she served as Senior Vice President at The Cort/Madden Company (Save the Last Dance), based at Paramount Pictures.
Selig began her career with a first-look producing deal with Fields-Hellman (Glory, Midnight Cowboy, Looking For Mr. Goodbar), Freddie Fields and Jerome Hellman's production company. There, she set up a number of feature films, including Hard Knox by Ed Neumeier at Paramount and Catapult by Steven DeSouza at Columbia.