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Quan Lateef-Hill is a multi-hyphenate Filmmaker, Creator, and Emmy nominated Producer developing and producing multi-platform content across Television, Film, Digital, Podcast, Live Event & Experiential Production. Throughout her 20-year career, Quan’s award-winning body of work has included scripted and unscripted storytelling with international studios and networks such as HBO, HULU, New York Times, Viacom/BET/VH1, Quibi, Discovery, NBC, PBS, Bravo TV, Issa Rae Presents, Refinery29 and others.  Quan is specifically inspired by content focused on marginalized communities similar to her work with BLACK GIRLS ROCK!, ESSENCE FEST, AFROPUNK’s “Transforming Transphobia”, “Red Table Talks: The Estefans” on Facebook Watch and more.

Quan has produced and directed talent around the globe, including locations such as London, Paris, Johannesburg–South Africa, and Brasil. Her goal is to inspire change and use storytelling to shift the global consciousness. 

Quan formed Too Qute Productions in 2009 to produce impact driven creative media and experiential projects with a focus on expanding current perspectives and narratives of marginalized people including women, youth, and people of color.

 

In 2019, Quan was a member of the Blackhouse Foundation/Independent Film Project (IFP) Multicultural Producers Fellowship, supported by HBO. Quan also participated in the inaugural group of Fellows for the 2021 Women In Film (WIF) Emerging Producers Program and a Producers Guild of America + Google 2021 PGA Creates Fellow. A half-hour comedy she wrote was also a finalist in the 2021 Sundance Episodic Lab.

Born and raised in the Midwest and molded from an influential family of givers, teachers, and community leaders, Quan is a self-proclaimed City Slicka and currently lives with her husband and 

5-year-old François in Los Angeles, CA and travels frequently to New Orleans, LA and Brooklyn, NY. She is in pre-production on several narrative feature film projects, one feature film documentary, a docu-series, as well as two untitled short film projects, in conjunction with consulting and producing on several tv + film + web + podcast, and experiential event projects. 

**Current member of the Producers Guild of America, The Television Academy (EMMY), and Women In Film (WIF). 

  • Producers Guild of America; PGA Women’s Impact Network (WIN) Member Working Group - Committee Co-Chair (2023-2025)

  • Television Academy Producers Peer Group; Production Executives Peer Group 

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