Poitier Productions


​Poitier Productions, based in Dallas Texas, was founded by Coy and Katrina Poitier in 2009 .


Since its formation, Poitier Productions has worked with several artist, government officials, and companies including Art Greenhaw and The Light Crust Dough Boys, Sir Earl Toon (former Kool And The Gang Member), Churchill Terry, Former Dallas Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Tennell Atkins, Dallas Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Erik Wilson., Director Jacolby Percy, KD College, Nu Reel Studios, Fresh Anointing Worship Center, Indie Connections, Cowboys of Color Invitational Rodeo, Hip Hop Cowboys Rodeo, The Dallas Weekly, Country Singer Dion Pride (son of Charlie Pride), and more. 

Together, the Poitiers have over 25 years of entertainment business experience. 

They chose black cowboys as the subject of a documentary. Over the next 2 years this project, Cowboys of Color; A Multi-Cultural Legacy evolved into an award-winning documentary ,which is featured in several libraries, museums, and schools.  In addition to their awards, Coy is also an active voting member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Lone Star Chapter (the Emmy’s), as well as the Recording Academy, Texas Chapter (the Grammys). 

Coy is also a co-founder of an Arts and Science 501c3 Public Charity, FAWC Conservatory of Arts and Science which provides unique and meaningful arts and sciences programming for all children and adults residing in moderate to low income communities of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex.

Under the leadership of Coy, the company has and will produce a series of short films which will continue to educate and entertain.