Moritz Borman

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Moritz Borman is a veteran film producer. His credits include K-19: The Widowmaker, The Life of David Gale, Mindhunters, Nurse Betty, Alexander, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and Terminator Salvation.

Borman was a German television producer and director in the 1970s and became a Directing Fellow at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles in 1977.

1997 Borman started Pacifica Entertainment which merged with Intermedia Films in 2000 forming IM Internationalmedia AG.

In 2009, Borman filed suit against Terminator Salvation co-producers Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek, alleging fraud and breach of contract after he was allegedly only paid half of his $5 million producing fee for his work in transferring the Terminator rights to the pair.[1]


  1. ^ McNary, Dave (March 6, 2009). "'Terminator' ignites rights fight: 'Terminator' producers in legal battle: Moritz Borman sues Halcyon duo for fraud". Variety. Retrieved March 14, 2009.