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Meet The Team
Director & Producer Seabiscuit’s Legacy, Fluffy Cat Productions
Nadia is an award-winning filmmaker from London. Having grown up around horses, she has a deep affinity for them, and her first job was with the only live broadcaster of horse racing in the UK. After a successful career as a marketing executive, Nadia transitioned into producing TV and film, working for renowned British companies BBC, ITV, and Channel 4. She later relocated to Los Angeles and worked alongside multiple production powerhouses before setting up her own company – Fluffy Cat Productions. Fluffy Cat’s first feature – For the Love of George – which Nadia produced, co-wrote, and co-directed, starred Rosanna Arquette, Tate Donovan, and featured George Clooney. The film won numerous awards and was released worldwide. Nadia has several TV and film projects in various stages of production, including two films alongside Academy Award-winning producers and actors. A graduate of the Sundance Directing Lab, Nadia is a visionary director whose meticulous attention to detail is apparent in every aspect of filmmaking. Nadia is a member of the Directors Guild of America and the British Academy of Film & Television Arts.
Leigh Anne Lindsey
Producer, Director, Voiceover Artist
Leigh Anne is a producer who is also a part-owner of the Southwestern portion of the original “Home of Seabiscuit” in Mendocino County. With various projects in development under Sea Storm Studios LLC, Leigh Anne has filmed, edited, and produced online tourism shows, business videos, and film festival promo reels. She also conducted interviews with attending filmmakers and celebrities for over 6 years with the Mendocino Film Festival. Earlier in life, when living in Aspen, Colorado, Leigh Anne was a rock radio DJ who produced radio commercials and edited films for TV. Later, while living in Silicon Valley, she helped international tech companies thrive and grow through strategic alliances and venture capital fundraising efforts. Leigh Anne lives and works among the redwoods along the rugged Northern Sonoma County coast with her black cat Onyx and black and white paint horse Jax.
A retired film professor, John has worked in production and as a producer on several mainstream and independent films, including Need for Speed, Timecrafters: The Treasure of Pirate’s Cove, and recently, Dean Martin – The King Of Cool. He runs a film production company in Mendocino, California, and is often called upon by visiting movie companies to help as a production manager or location scout. As the Associate Programmer for the American Documentary Film Festival (Amdocs) in Palm Springs, California, John travels throughout Europe seeking films to showcase. He has served as a moderator and juror in many film festivals. John is also involved with the Mendocino Film Festival, presenting live interviews with attending directors, producers, and cast on Facebook.
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You can contribute to our production by making a tax-deductible donation to our fiscal sponsor, the Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation, with a note: “For Seabiscuit’s Legacy documentary.” Thank you!
The Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation then gets 10% of every donation which helps them preserve the buildings and conserve the land at the Home of Seabiscuit, Ridgewood Ranch.