Kristin Burr is an American producer, who first worked at Walt Disney Pictures as a creative executive before working as a producer in films, such as Christopher Robin (2018) and Cruella (2021).


After joining Walt Disney Pictures in 1997 as a creative executive for the company, Burr oversaw development on several films. In 2017, Burr co-produced the film Christopher Robin, a live-action follow up to Disney's Winnie the Pooh franchise. The project was developed after she convinced co-producer Brigham Taylor, who originally pitched the project to Disney in 2003, to restart development on the film.

In addition to overseeing production on the 2021 film, Jungle Cruise, she also co-produced the 2021 film, Cruella, a prequel film based on the villain Cruella De Vil from Disney's 101 Dalmatians franchise. As of 2017, Burr is head of her own production company, "Burr! Productions". From her company, she produced the 2019 Paramount Pictures film, Dora and the Lost City of Gold, based on Nickelodeon's animated series Dora the Explorer, as well as the upcoming Netflix film, Jingle Jangle. On January 29, 2020, Burr signed a deal with Lionsgate to produce films for the studio through Burr! Productions. The first film that she will produce following the deal will be MILK (Mother I’d Like To Kill), although there is no current release date attached.

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