Founded by Beth Earl in 2015, Rustic Canyon Pictures produces documentaries and comedies. Committed to exploring the truth through unique points of view, we are driven by passionate, creative and innovative storytelling.

Beth Earl

Beth Earl began her film career under the legendary filmmaker Albert Maysles. Beth has produced several projects for film and TV including Amnesty International's Secret Policeman's Ball at Radio City Music Hall, and Red Nose Day on NBC. Beth executive produced The Rabbit Hunt (Sundance Film Festival) and Skip Day (Cannes Film Festival). Most recently, Beth produced Blue Code of Silence and Kings of Capitol Hill. She is a member of The Documentary Producers Alliance and graduated from Brown University with honors.

Ronny Merdinger

Ronny Merdinger is an Emmy nominated producer. She produced Transkids (an award winning Israeli documentary series), The Oslo Diaries (HBO), and co-produced Judith Helfand's Love & Stuff. Ronny's vast body of work includes Sundance smash, Half Nelson, John Oliver - Live on Stage: Terrifying Times, and HBO's Emmy award-winning comedy series, Flight of the Conchords. She has managed productions for BBC, HBO, NBC, Relativity Media, Paramount Pictures, Comedy Central, Warner Bros, Showtime and Fox. Ronny graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a film & tv degree with honors.