A two-time Sundance Film Festival alumnus, Tim Harms began his producing career with "The Vicious Kind," the feature film debut of writer/director Lee Toland Krieger ("The Age of Adaline," "Celeste & Jesse Forever"). The film premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and received Independent Spirit Award nominations for Best Actor and Best Screenplay.
In addition to his work with Krieger, Harms has worked extensively with writer, director and playwright Neil LaBute, producing his feature film "Some Velvet Morning," as well as the short films "sexting" (Sundance 2011), "BFF," and "The Mulberry Bush." He also served as co-producer on LaBute's most recent feature "Dirty Weekend," starring Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve, and as Executive Producer for LaBute's "Billy & Billie," a half-hour TV series that aired on DirecTV’s Audience Channel.
Most recently, Harms was a producer on "Some Freaks," the feature film debut of writer/director Ian McDonald and starring Thomas Mann and Lily Mae Harrington.