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Graham Broadbent

Graham Broadbent

Graham Broadbent was co-founder of Mission pictures with Andrew Hauptman and Damian Jones. Highlights of films Broadbent produced whilst at Mission include Danny Boyle's MILLIONS, Peter Hewitt's Thunderpants, and Piccadilly Jim, scripted by Julian Fellowes and starring Sam Rockwell, currently in post-production.

Prior to Mission Broadbent ran Dragon Pictures a production company he established with Damian Jones in 1995 in London and Los Angeles. Here Broadbent produced Michael Winterbottom's acclaimed Balkan war drama Welcome To Sarajevo, selected for competition at Cannes 1997 and voted in Time magazine's Top Ten Films of 1997 and by the American National Board of Review as an Outstanding Film of 1997.

During a prolific five years at Dragon he also produced Michael Radford's Dancing At The Blue Iguana, World Premiere at the Toronto Film Festival; Some Voices, nominated for a BAFTA award for director Simon Cellan Jones; Sara Sugarman's Very Annie Mary, winner of the Sundance 1998 Film Makers Award for Best Script; Gregg Araki's Splendor, World Premiere at Sundance Film Festival 1999; A Texas Funeral Premiered at the Venice Film Festival 1999; and The Debt Collector.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.

Graham Broadbent Facts

OccupationProducer

Selected Filmography

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