Riel Roch-Decter

Riel Roch-Decter is a Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based producer and director and co-founder of MEMORY.

Riel began his career as Director of Production at independent production company Olympus Pictures, where he worked on award-winning feature films including John Cameron Mitchell’s RABBIT HOLE and Mike Mills’ Oscar-winning BEGINNERS. Before co-founding MEMORY with Sebastian Pardo in 2014, he produced THE WAIT, written and directed by M. Blash and starring Jena Malone and Chloë Sevigny. Riel studied economics at Concordia University. In addition, he has completed programs at Harvard Business School, NYU SCPS and the London School of Economics for Management and Entrepreneurship. He has participated in the Cannes Producer’s Network, the IFFRotterdam Lab and the Sundance Creative Producing Lab