Ori Marmur, the 26-year-old exec who played a key role in ushering “Donnie Brasco” and “Seven Years in Tibet” to the screen for Mandalay Entertainment, has been upped to senior VP of production.
Marmur, who joined Mandalay in 1995, reports directly to Mandalay prexy Adam Platnick, the company announced Tuesday.
“Ori has been an integral member of our team from the inception of our company, and his promotion is well-deserved,” said Platnick.
Marmur is the principal Mandalay exec on several upcoming productions, including “Hoofbeats,” directed by Sergei Bodrov, and “The Gambler,” starring Brad Pitt under Doug McGrath’s helm.
He began his career with internships at Intertalent Agency, ICM and Columbia Pictures, followed by a stint as an assistant to former CAA agent Jay Moloney.