Prior to joining Intermedia, Borman founded and ran Pacifica Film Development, Inc., an entertainment financing company backed by the German production fund IMF. Pacifica later merged with international sales firm Intermedia to form IM Internationalmedia AG.
Since joining Intermedia, Borman has executive produced Basic, The Life of David Gale, Dark Blue, The Quiet American, K-19: The Widowmaker, Blow Dry and The Wedding Planner. In addition to Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Borman will serve as executive producer on the upcoming films Mindhunters, Suspect Zero, Laws of Attraction, If Only, Joe's Last Chance, Me Again and Alexander.
Under Borman's direction, in 2002 Intermedia's films were nominated for 5 Academy Awards and Chris Cooper won the Oscar as Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his work in Intermedia's Adaptation.
While running Pacifica, Borman executive produced such films as Where the Money Is, starring Paul Newman; Nurse Betty, starring Renee Zellweger, Morgan Freeman and Chris Rock; and The Crow: Salvation, starring Kirsten Dunst.
Between 1984 and 1989, Borman produced a number of features, including John Huston's Under the Volcano, which received two Academy Awards nominations; The Lightship, starring Robert Duvall and Klaus-Maria Brandauer; Homer and Edie, starring Whoopi Goldberg and Jim Belushi, which won First Prize at the San Sebastian Film Festival; and Seven Minutes, starring Brian Dennehy and Klaus-Maria Brandauer, which was voted outstanding Film of the Year at the London Film Festival.
Borman began his career in German television production in the 1970s as a producer and director. In 1977 he moved to Los Angeles where he became a Directing Fellow at the American Film Institute and in the following years produced and directed numerous programs for European television as well as TV commercials for American and European ad agencies.
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