Broad Green is a newly launched indie label overseen by brothers Gabriel and Daniel Hammond. The distributor appears to be interested in edgy and challenging fare and its upcoming projects include Robert Redford’s “A Walk in the Woods,” the Andrew Garfield drama “99 Homes,” and Terrence Malick’s “Knight of Cups.”
As the studio’s executive VP of corporate communications and worldwide publicity, Keen will oversee corporate messaging as well as film publicity campaigns for Broad Green’s diverse slate.
“Adam brings a nearly two-decade track record of success as one of the most dynamic and innovative professionals in his field,” said the Hammond brothers. “We couldn’t be more excited to welcome him to the Broad Green family and have him working on our inaugural slate.”
At Warner Bros., Keen will be replaced by Stephanie Phillips, who has been promoted to vice president of domestic publicity. Phillips has been part of the Warner Bros. publicity team for over 6 years.
Keen joined Warner Bros. in 2013 after serving as executive VP of worldwide publicity & corporate communications at Relativity Media. He joined Relativity after the studio acquired Overture Films in 2010, where he served as senior VP of worldwide publicity & corporate communications.