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Louise Shore is an Irish film and television producer and executive producer, based in Los Angeles.

Shore’s additional upcoming releases include Amazon’s feature film Birds of Paradise, directed by Sarah Adina Smith and starring Diana Silvers, Kristine Froseth and Jacqueline Bisset.

In recent years, Shore produced feature films Justine (2019), which was acquired by Ava DuVernay's company ARRAY Now before being released on Netflix, starring Glynn Turman and Darby Stanchfield and Holidays (2016), which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival.

Shore co-produced Unlovable (2018), a Duplass Brothers Production directed by Suzi Yoonessi starring Academy Award® winner Melissa Leo and Academy Award nominee John Hawkes, which premiered at SXSW Film Festival before being released by MGM Orion Classics.

Previously, Shore line produced various series for U.S. television and worked in Europe on a range of international co-productions such as Showtime’s Penny Dreadful and MGM’s Vikings. Her career began at Octagon Films, one of Ireland’s top production companies, where she helped manage a vast roster of television and film co-productions with U.S. networks and studios.

Shore completed her studies in Ireland and holds both a master’s and bachelor’s degree.