Crystal Trawick is Chief Executive Officer and Studio President of Fall Line Entertainment (FLE), where she oversees the studio’s operations, which include motion picture production and distribution, domestic media networks, industry partnerships, content acquisition, operation of studio facilities, and the development of new entertainment services.
Trawick joined FLE in October 2018 with deep experience in motion picture exhibition, film acquisitions, marketing strategic planning and implementation, film production, animation services, and entertainment tech spaces. In August 2016, Trawick she was named and served as Chief Operations Officer to Fun Academy Motion Pictures (FAMP), where she focused on the company’s Capital, Growth and Operations, as well as oversaw for strategic planning and operations for the studio including distribution, exhibitor relations, finance, IT, human resources, as well as industry and community relations. In April 2018, on behalf of Fun Academy Motion Pictures (FAMP), she released their produced animated feature, Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero on nearly 1,700 screens across North America.
Prior to FAMP, Trawick spent over 17 years at the 4th largest exhibitor in North America, Carmike Cinemas Inc., as she began her entertainment career (1998-2015). In film exhibition, she held various positions to include leading operation teams, acquiring film content, and managing marketing initiatives. In her last position, she provided strategic direction for the company’s marketing strategies in order to optimize revenue opportunities, loyalty programs, website development, social media platforms, consumer experiences, digital and mobile media outlets, communications, branding, public relations and promotional activities.
During Trawick’s career in the entertainment industry, she was the recipient of notable honors, held several board positions and served on many committees to better engage those in her sphere of influence who need support and care. These honors included election to Hall of Fame as Distinguished Alumni 2017 by Chattahoochee Valley Community College, named Commencement Speaker for 2017 Graduating Class of CVCC, nominated as Top 10 Women in Exhibition and Distribution by Box Office Magazine 2015, Leadership Columbus Graduate 2014, and named 5 under 40 by Columbus and the Valley 2013. She also served on the board of Girl’s Inc. 2013, and chaired the Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals program 2014, United Way campaign 2012, elected VP of communication for the Junior League 2013, was nominated president of Quadrille 2014, and served on the committee for St. Jude’s campaign 2008.