Kenneth Hyman (born 1928) is an American film producer, best known for The Dirty Dozen (1967). The son of Eliot Hyman, he was head of UK operations for Seven Arts Productions and head of production for Warner Bros.-Seven Arts. While head of Warner Bros-Seven Arts, among his achievements was hiring black director Gordon Parks for The Learning Tree (1969).
- 'Kenneth Hyman interview', Bizarre Magazine accessed 28 May 2012
- Elizabeth Mehren, 'A 'Black Director' or Simply an Artist? : Gordon Parks Fueled the Dreams of Young Black Filmmakers With 'The Learning Tree' in 1969; He's Not Sure Those Dreams Have Come True', LA Times, November 26, 1990 accessed 28 May 2012