Tom Quinn
Patrick James Miller
United States



Founder / CEO

Quinn launched Neon in April 2017 with Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League and quickly built it into one of the industry’s top indie distributors with an edgy mix of quirky dramas (the Oscar-winning “I, Tonya,” “Borg vs. McEnroe”), docs (“Three Identical Strangers,” “Apollo 11”) and genre films (“Colossal,” “Assassination Nation”). He began his career as a publicist back in the mid ’90s and went on to work in acquisitions for Samuel Goldwyn Films and Magnolia Pictures, before assuming the presidency of Weinstein Company specialty label Radius, which released the Oscar-winning docs  “20 Feet From Stardom” and “Citizenfour.” Neon’s fall 2019 slate includes Bong Joon-ho’s family drama “Parasite,” Céline Sciamma’s “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” Alejandro Landes’ Sundance award winner “Honeyland” and  Chinonye Chukwu’s “Clemency.”


  • I, TONYA

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • New Power of New York
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“Parasite,” a twisty look at a poor family’s attempts to insinuate itself into the lives of its rich employers, is a worldwide box office phenomenon, a critical sensation and a bona fide awards contender. It’s also the rare Korean film to be embraced in the United States, where it has racked up $12.5 million and counting to become the highest-grossing foreign language film of the year. Globally, it has sold more than $109 million in tickets. Clearly something remarkable is...


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