15 years ago, Film Specific started as an education company and consultancy focused on independent film and has since grown into a robust production company, acting as Producer or EP on over a dozen feature films, docs and series with several others nearing production.  As consultants we’ve advised on dozens of other projects. 

We work with producers worldwide, with clients based in the US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Belgium, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and China.  

Our Founder

Stacey Parks has overseen and been involved in independent film financing, production, and distribution for over 20 years as a sales agent, consultant, producer, and executive producer. She began her career at the William Morris Agency where she spent her tenure in the indie film packaging and financing department, as well as feature film lit, talent, and music. Stacey followed that up with a career in distribution and international sales working for such companies as Icon and BBC Worldwide, until transitioning to producing and exec producing full time. Since then she's been involved in the development, production, and distribution of several feature films and series. Recent feature producing credits include feature films "Pinball: The Man Who Saved The Game" starring Mike Faist and Crystal Reed, "Miss Virginia" starring Uzo Aduba, Mathew Modine, and Aunjanue Ellis, "Under The Eiffel Tower" starring Matt Walsh, David Wain, and Michaela Watkins, "Fits & Starts" starring Wyatt Cenac and Greta Lee, and upcoming projects "Freedom Hair" written and directed by Dianne Houston, "Unsuitable Game" written and directed by Mandie Fletcher and starring Jessica Barden, Sian Clifford and Jessica Brown-Findlay, "Kemba", a BET co-production, and "Don’t Come Over" written and directed by Jane Clark and starring Guinevere Turner, Alexis Knapp, and Alanna Ubach. Recent and upcoming series projects include "The Upgrade" for Bravo, "The Big Sip" in collaboration with MediaPro Studios and "One Second After" written by J. Michael Straczynski.