KIM ROBERTS - Producer
Kim C. Roberts has produced films and television for more than a decade with partner Tina Pehme, following 25 years as an entertainment attorney at the boutique law firm Roberts & Stahl.
Together with Pehme, Roberts has produced Sepia’s feature films The Games Maker (2014), an Argentina/Canada/Italy co-production for Disney starring Joseph Fiennes, Ed Asner and David Mazouz; In Their Skin (2012), a suspense thriller starring Selma Blair, James D'Arcy, Josh Close and Rachel Miner; A Shine Of Rainbows (2010), a Canada/Ireland co-production starring Aidan Quinn and Connie Nielsen; Partition (2007), an epic romance shot in India starring Neve Campbell, Jimi Mistry, Kristen Kreuk and Irrfan Kahn; Civic Duty (2007), a psychological thriller starring Peter Krause and Richard Schiff; Love On The Side (2004), a rom-com starring Jennifer Tilly, Marla Sokoloff and Barry Watson, as well as the feature documentaries The Boy From Geita (2014), Hue: A Matter Of Colour (2013), and And The Beat Goes On... (2009). Roberts also executive produced the Canada/UK cult classic It’s All Gone Pete Tong (2004).
Since 2012, Roberts and Pehme have produced a number of TV movies, including Perfect High (2015), starring Bella Thorne, Daniela Bobadilla, Israel Broussard and Ross Butler and the thriller A Wife's Nightmare (2015), starring Jennifer Beals, Dylan Neal and Lola Tash. A Wife's Nightmare is the fourth installment in Sepia's "Nightmare" TV franchise for Lifetime after A Mother's Nightmare (2012), A Sister's Nightmare (2013) and A Daughter's Nightmare (2014).
Roberts and Pehme established Honalee Productions Inc. in 2005 to handle their development slate and to facilitate post-production services in-house.
Apart from his creative role at Sepia, Roberts also oversees production financing and contract negotiations for all of Sepia’s productions and is the resident mixologist.