Savannah Area Film Office
Based in Los Angeles, Ralph Singleton is responsible for the marketing and selling of the Savannah region as a location for film, television and other productions.
The Savannah Economic Development Authority has retained veteran moviemaker Ralph Singleton to market and sell the Savannah region as a location for film, television and other productions,
An award-winning producer of film and television, Singleton has worked on more than 40 motion pictures and a number of television series. His film credits include executive producer of “Because of Winn-Dixie,” “Supernova,” “Leap of Faith” and “Another 48 Hours”; co-producer of “Last Man Standing,” “Clear and Present Danger” and “Harlem Nights”; associate producer of Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary” and executive producer of “Pet Sematary II.”
Singleton served as assistant director to Sidney Lumet on “Network,” to Martin Scorsese on “Taxi Driver” and to Sydney Pollack on “Three Days of the Condor.”
He also worked in television as production manager for the “Kojak” series and as director and producer for “Cagney and Lacey,” winning an Emmy award and second Emmy nomination for the long-running series.
Mr. Singleton is the recipient of several industry awards and recognitions, including an Emmy Award, Emmy Nomination, Humanitas Award and the Nancy Susan Reynolds Award.