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Julie Murray and Hyde Harper elected to Picture House board of directors

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by the Picture House Regional Film Center. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

April 2024 – Bronxville and Pelham, NYThe Picture House Regional Film Center announced today the addition of two new board members, whose leadership and experience will help guide the organization during its second century as a vital arts and community hub in Westchester.

Julie M. Murray is a partner in the Entertainment Group at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, who specializes in representing clients in the television, documentary, digital, comedy, and branded content industries. She offers clients full service legal representation, handling all transactions from the development of a concept through delivery of the final cut, including the negotiation of network and financing agreements, distribution agreements, content licensing deals (domestic and international), development attachment agreements, talent agreements, employment and executive agreements, clearances, and advising clients on complex legal issues along the way. Ms. Murray was recently honored in Variety’s Legal Impact Report and Women’s Impact Report. The Legal 500 lists her in the 2021-23 editions as a “Next Generation Partner” in Media and Entertainment and Super Lawyers magazine lists her as a 2023 “Rising Star” in Entertainment and Sports.

Hyde Harper is a New York City-based EP, Creative Producer & Director specializing in commercial, film & branded work in the sports, culture & lifestyle categories. He’s produced and directed work across major networks & verticals such as ESPN, FOX, NBC, BBC, Conde Nast Entertainment and Hearst. His documentary The Nationals, premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in 2023. His passion resides in telling human stories through the lens of sport & culture. He currently runs the production department at FanDuel, Inc. as Executive Producer.

In addition to welcoming new members of the board, other changes have been made to TPH’s board leadership. Joe Marty will take on the role of Chair, Jeffay Chang will serve as Vice-Chair, and Peter Kohnstamm will assume the role of Secretary.

The Picture House is looking forward to the expertise and perspectives these new board members will bring to the organization as well as the leadership that the shift in board roles brings.

For more information about The Picture House, please visit, call (914) 738-7337, or email [email protected].


About The Picture House Regional Film Center

Housed in two historic theaters from the 1920s, TPH is a thriving regional film center providing dynamic film and education programs to a diverse and multi-generational audience in Westchester County and beyond. Across 5 screens in Pelham and Bronxville, NY, audiences see the best in new, independent, and classic cinema. TPH education programs provide students of all ages with the opportunity to learn about the art, science, and business of film. A mission-driven, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, The Picture House has two locations: The Picture House Pelham is located at 175 Wolfs Lane, Pelham, New York, 10803. The Picture House Bronxville is at 84 Kraft Avenue, Bronxville, NY, 10708.  Contact us at, [email protected], or (914) 738-3161.


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