Mission Statement...

“We do not know, so let’s explore the what if”

Pâté Productions came into existence as the result of a short story written by a 15-year-old. A love story about an older couple that explored the choices we make when life cheats us out of time. A story that needed to be shared on film.

We believe that we cannot anticipate what we cannot imagine so our strategy is to ask the audience to enter into the world of  “what if”. We approach each story looking for what we don’t know, what we can explore together. We are storytellers and realize that within the fabric of these stories lie our collective experience as a culture.

 As filmmakers we strive to create stories that resonate, are uplifting and that encourage people to have their own spiritual journey. Our ultimate goal after creation is to bring these works to audiences to experience and enjoy the fruits of our collaborative labors.

It is our goal to provide a trusted brand of entertainment.

Pat Patterson
President & Founder

            Pat is the founder and president of Pâté Productions an independent production company which has created the short A Younger Man, which is used as part of Hospice’s “Elephant In The Room” series, exploring the theme of what are your options when life cheats you out of health. 

 

            Pat is a seasoned storyteller. She is a professional actor trained to create fully realized individuals in service to the written word, to tell the story in real time.  As a producer, her stories have a positive world view and explore themes that challenge and entertain us. She is a firm believer that within the fabric of these stories lies our collective experience as a culture. 

 

            She has been in the business of production since 1992 when, along with two Broadway veterans, she formed Fleetwood Stage in New York which had an eleven season run producing 4 main stage productions per year along with children’s theatre and Shakespeare in the Park. As a member of the Board of T. Schreiber Studios (www.tschreiber.org) Pat spearheaded the creation of the studio’s first year long conservatory, a comprehensive professional training program designed to prepare dedicated actors for thriving careers in theatre, film and television. While living in Los Angeles, Pat served on the prestigious Blank Theatre Company Board, which was founded by Noah Wylie, known as the “Hollywood’s Resident Theatre.” (www.theblank.com).

Pat Patterson Pâté Productions| President and Founder

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