Graham Broadbent

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Graham Neil Broadbent is a British film producer, affiliated with Guernsey Productions Limited and with Blueprint Pictures (Marigold) Ltd.[1]

Career[edit]

Co-founder of Mission Pictures with Andrew Hauptman and Damien Jones, Graham Broadbent produced Thunderpants (2002) by Peter Hewitt and Piccadilly Jim (2004) by John McKay. More recently, he produced Millions by Danny Boyle, winner of the British Independent Film Award 2005 for Best Screenplay.[2]

He previously created and directed with Damien Jones the production company Dragon Pictures, for which he produced Welcome to Sarajevo (1996) by Michael Winterbottom, shown in the Festival de Cannes 1997, and cited by Time Magazine as one of the ten best films of the year, as well as Dancing at the Blue Iguana (2000) by Michael Radford, Some Voices by Simon Cellan Jones, Very Annie Mary (2001) by Sara Sugarman, Splendor (1999) by Gregg Araki, A Texas Funeral by William Blake Herron and The Debt Collector.

In 2004 Broadbent, with Peter John Joseph "Pete" Czernin (born January 1966), founded the production company Blueprint Pictures. His first two productions were released in 2007: Becoming Jane (2007) by Julian Jarrold, with Anne Hathaway and James McAvoy, and Wind Chill (2006) by Gregory Jacobs, with Emily Blunt, which was co-produced by George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh and In Bruges (2007).[3] Along with Czernin, he has confirmed that he will produce a movie based on the Skulduggery Pleasant series.

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Graham Neil BROADBENT - Personal Appointments (free information from Companies House)". beta.companieshouse.gov.uk.
  2. ^ "Winners | The Awards | BIFA". www.bifa.film. Retrieved 2018-09-13.
  3. ^ Biography, Cinemotions.com; accessed 5 March 2018.

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