Brunson Green

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Brunson Green is a film producer and president of Harbinger Pictures. An American feature film production company based in Los Angeles. On January 24, 2012, he was nominated for an Academy Award for the movie The Help.[1]

Brunson grew up in Jackson, Mississippi and was a childhood friend of Tate Taylor.[2] He attended Jackson Academy and graduated from Trinity University with a degree in economics.[3][4]


  • The Help (producer) 2011
  • Pretty Ugly People (producer) 2008
  • I Wannabe (associate producer) 2005
  • Chicken Party (short) (producer) 2003
  • The Journeyman (producer) 2001
  • Auto Motives (short) (producer) 2000
  • Slappy the Clown (short) (producer) 1999
  • Fool's Gold (co-producer) 1998
  • Stick Up (short) (producer) 1997


  1. ^ Academy Awards 2012 | Road to the Oscars - IMDb
  2. ^ "Interview: Producer Brunson Green on the Amazing (and Unlikely) Journey of “The Help” from Book to the Big Screen". The Moveable Fest. August 2011. Retrieved July 3, 2014. 
  3. ^ Parker, Donna. "And The Winner Is…". Trinity University. Retrieved July 3, 2014. 
  4. ^ Jackson, Robyn (September 7, 2011). "How Brunson Green ‘Helped'". Jackson Free Press. Retrieved July 3, 2014. 

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