Kendall Rhodes

Kendall Rhodes

Affiliated Program

Buffer Festival Industry Day


Kendall Rhodes
Talent Manager and Producer, Digital Production Division, Untitled Entertainment

Speaking at Buffer Festival Industry Day on Thursday, October 16 @ 4:00pm

Kendall Rhodes runs digital content at Untitled Entertainment’s new launched digital production division to complement its strong management business. Untitled is a primer management company whose clients are some of the biggest names in Film, TV, and Digital in Hollywood. She serves as a talent manager and producer at the firm. Rhodes works with existing clients to bring them digital opportunities as well as expand the growing roster of digital content creators into multiple platforms including television, motion pictures, music and new business opportunities.
Previously, Rhodes was Senior Vice President of Digital Content and Programming at Relativity Media for 6 years. While at Relativity, Rhodes spearheaded dozens of digital influencer campaigns with YouTube stars for Relativity's films – such as FPS Russia for “Act of Valor”, PrankvsPrank for “Movie 43”, Annoying Orange for “Mirror Mirror” - among many others. She executive produced several digital series including “Girl’s Guide” with YouTube’s top female video artist, Michelle Phan and “Interns” from the creator of the “Totally Sketch” YouTube series, Michael Gallagher and comedian Steve Greene. She recently wrapped the digital movie, “Bob Thunder: Internet Assassin” written and directed by JoeNationTV.
Before Relativity, Rhodes was a feature film producer and co-founder of Cherry Road Films with a development deal at Warner Independent Pictures (Warner Bros). Her motion picture credits include “Southland Tales” starring Dwayne Johnson and Justine Timberlake (Sony), “The Hunting Party” starring Richard Gere and Jesse Eisenberg (Miramax) and “Eulogy” starring Zooey Deschanel and Ray Romano (Lionsgate) – among others.
Rhodes went to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for her BA and received her MFA in Film from Columbia University in New York.