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MARLEN HECHT (producer) recently produced and edited "Wigstock:The Movie," which premiered at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival and was released to critical acclaim later that year.

She is also founder, owner and CEO of Teatown Video Inc., a leading New York post-production facility, which provides editorial services, state-of-the-art technology, computer graphics, design and animation for feature films, network TV, corporate spots and documentaries. Through Teatown, Hecht was actively involved in the creative, production and post-production services on the films "Spanking the Monkey," "The Last Good Time," and "Flirting With Disaster." Other recent Teatown projects include "New York News" (Warners/CBS), "Lincoln" (ABC), "People" (Disney Channel), "The American Cinema" (PBS), "Sesame Street" (PBS), and "Robert F. Kennedy: In His Own Words" (HBO), among others.

Hecht's earlier producing projects include "Reflections," a documentary featuring U.S. astronaut Rusty Schweikart; "New York Hotline," a series for Japanese TV; "The Information Society" (PBS); and a number of projects for the home video market which she also directed.