Christina McLarty Arquette is an Emmy award-winning journalist, with a decade long career in news. For many years she hosted and reported for Entertainment Tonight and The Insider, before leaving to have her two baby boys. Recently she produced YOU CANNOT KILL DAVID ARQUETTE, an official SXSW selection. The documentary, which is about her husband David Arquette's return to professional wrestling, won SXSW's Adobe Editing Award. Neon's Super LTD acquired the film. Christina also produced her first feature film 12 HOUR SHIFT, which was set to world premiere at Tribeca 2020, and acquired by Magnolia's Magnet Releasing, with plans for a fall release. Christina just wrapped production on GHOSTS OF THE OZARKS, also shot in Arkansas, starring Tim Blake Nelson and David Arquette. Christina is also a lead investor in XTR, and helped launched the premium nonfiction film and television studio, founded by Oscar Nominated Bryn Mooser. This year XTR co-financed five documentaries that world premiered at Sundance 2020.
In 2018, Christina produced the critically acclaimed documentary Survivors Guide to Prison, currently on Netflix, directed by Oscar Nominated Matthew Cooke and Executive Produced by Susan Sarandon.
Christina attended NYU Journalism School where she graduated with the highest honors. Christina is currently getting her Masters in Clinical Counseling at Northwestern, with a focus on providing clinical counseling services to the prison population.