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Marc Danon Leaves Lionsgate For President At Broad Green Pictures


Broad Green Pictures has hired Marc Danon as President of acquisitions and co-productions. He moves over from Lionsgate Entertainment where he held the position of senior VP of acquisitions and business development and worked on the acquisition of “Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, ” “John Wick, ”  “Dear White People, ” “A Most Wanted Man” and “The Skeleton Twins.”

Danon also worked on managing third-party brands and partnerships for Lionsgate including deals with Marvel, Saban Brands, WWE, Comcast, ABC, NBC, Codeblack and ITV.

In Broad Green Pictures he will be responsible for films for wide commercial release and pre-buy opportunities as well as organize the studio’s festival acquisition strategy and the preparation for such festivals.

Prior to Lionsgate, Danon held acquisitions posts at Netflix, Catch 23 Entertainment, and Artisan Entertainment.

Broad Green founded in 2014 by CEO Gabriel Hammond and Chief Creative Officer, Daniel Hammond. Since the beginning  the company has been active in building a slate of dramas such as  Learning to Drive, A Walk in the Woods, Infiltrator and 99 Homes, as well as Terrence Malick’s Knight of Cups, Voyage of Time and his untitled project starring Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara and Michael Fassbender.

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