Ori Marmur has been promoted to executive VP of production for Paramount-based production-financing company Mandalay Pictures, where he will continue to report directly to president Adam Platnick.
Marmur, who has been with the company since its inception in 1995, for the last two years served as senior VP of production. His promotion places him alongside exec veeps David Zelon and Karen Teicher.
At Mandalay, Marmur has overseen the development and production of such films as “Donnie Brasco,” “Seven Years in Tibet” and the upcoming Jean-Jacques Annaud film, “Enemy at the Gates,” starring Jude Law, Joseph Fiennes and Ed Harris, which will be released through Paramount on March 16.
He is currently overseeing the Frank Oz-directed “The Score,” starring Robert De Niro, Edward Norton and Marlon Brando, which is in production, and “Servicing Sara,” a Reginald Hudlin-directed romantic comedy starring Matthew Perry, Elizabeth Hurley and Bruce Campbell.
Prior to joining Mandalay, Marmur worked at CAA with the late Jay Maloney, and before that at ICM, Columbia Pictures and InterTalent.