Moritz Borman Produced
Moritz Borman has produced or executive produced films ranging from major studio releases to smaller independent films. His recent credits include Terminator Salvation as well as the Oliver Stone -directed features Alexander, World Trade Center and W. Borman’s other producing credits include Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Basic, Dark Blue, The Quiet American, K-19: The Widowmaker, The Wedding Planner and Nurse Betty.
Previously, Borman was chairman and CEO of Intermedia, one of the largest independent production and financing companies in the motion picture industry. Prior to joining Intermedia, he founded and ran Pacifica Film, an entertainment financing company backed by the German production fund IMF. In 2000, Borman merged Pacifica with Intermedia and took the combined entity public on the German stock exchange.
In the ’80s and early ’90s, Borman produced a number of features, including John Huston’s Under the Volcano, which received two Academy Award® nominations; The Lightship, starring Robert Duvall and Klaus Maria Brandauer; Homer and Eddie, starring Whoopi Goldberg and James Belushi; 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 the 1970s in German television production, working as a producer and director. In 1977, he moved to Los Angeles and became a directing fellow at the American Film Institute. He later produced and directed numerous programs for European television, as well as commercials for American and European ad agencies.