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Adam Keen, who has held the post of vice president of publicity at Warner Bros. since April 2013, is moving to Broad Green Pictures as executive vice president of corporate communications and worldwide publicity.
Keen will begin work at Broad Green on April 6, and will oversee both corporate messaging and film publicity campaigns for Broad Green’s slate.
With his exit, Stephanie Phillips has been promoted to vice president, publicity at Warner Bros.
At Warner Bros., Keen spearheaded campaigns for such films as Gravity, The Conjuring, Inherent Vice, Tammy and Prisoners. Keen previously served as executive vp of worldwide publicity and corporate communications at Relativity before moving to Warner Bros. At Relativity, he worked on campaigns for Limitless, Act of Valor and Safe Haven, among others.
Prior to Relativity, he worked at Overture, where he served as senior vp of worldwide publicity beginning in 2007. He also held posts at MGM/UA and DreamWorks SKG, and launched the Entertainment and Brand Strategies division at ID Public Relations.
“Adam brings a nearly two-decade track record of success as one of the most dynamic and innovative professionals in his field,” said Gabriel Hammond, CEO of BGP, and Daniel Hammond, BGP Chief Creative Officer. “We couldn’t be more excited to welcome him to the Broad Green family and have him working on our inaugural slate.”
Broad Green’s upcoming release slate includes 99 Homes, Eden, A Walk in the Woods starring Robert Redford, as well as three films from director Terrence Malick (Knight of Cups, Voyage of Time and the untitled project starring Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara and Michael Fassbender). The company also recently acquired I Smile Back, starring Sarah Silverman, which premiered in the U.S. Dramatic Competition at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
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