Tracy Chitupatham (she/her) is a Filipino-Thai-American creative based in Los Angeles. Her projects have been supported by notable film organizations such as the Sundance Institute, Film Independent, and Cinereach. She has also produced several Award-Winning Content.
Recently on staff as a creative producer at Indigenous Media, she supported the development of feature-length documentaries, directed and produced short-form branded docs, and helped reform internal workflow. Prior to the pandemic, she was a Line Producer at Oscar and Grammy award-winning company, Tremolo Productions, developing an unscripted show. She also previously held a staff producer position at Awesomeness where she created original content and supervised productions across the streaming T.V and short form unscripted departments.
Tracy is a producer for both scripted and unscripted independent films. She was a co-producer on There Is A New World Somewhere, which won 'Best Feature' at the LA Asian Pacific Film Festival in 2015. She was an Associate Producer for the feature film adaptation of Yellowface, a Pulitzer Prize play finalist by critically acclaimed playwright, David Henry Hwang. Her most recent projects include a narrative feature, Daughter starring Casper Van Dien, Elyse Dinh, Ian Alexander, and Vivian Ngo which premiered in 2022 and now can be viewed on most streaming platforms. Her upcoming independent feature films include The Longest Sleep starring Lawrence Kao and Kai Cech and the documentary, New Wave, a coming-of-age story about Vietnamese refugee youth in the 1980s new wave music scene.
Tracy created shows and content for Vice Media, Hulu, and Disney, and brand-integrated content for Citizen, BMW, Neutrogena, Hollister, Covergirl, Invisalign, and more.
Tracy is a seasoned Line Producer/Unit Production Manager and member of the Director's Guild of America. Her projects are supported by CalHumanities, Film Independent, Center for Asian American Media, The Ford Foundation, Women Make Movies, and CNN, and she is a fellow of the PGA Create program. And, she is part of many film communities such as Brown Girls Doc Mafia, Asian American Documentary Network, and Women of Color Unite!