Tom Quinn
Patrick James Miller
United States
2020

Neon

Tom
Quinn

Founder / CEO

Neon cofounder Quinn’s decision to snag the U.S. rights to Bong Joon Ho’s satiric class-struggle thriller “Parasite” paid off big time as it amassed $53 million at the domestic box office and became the first foreign language film to win the Oscar for best picture. He also scored with Céline Sciamma’s critically acclaimed “Portrait of a Lady on Fire” as well as Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov’s “Honey­land,” which was the first nonfiction feature to earn Oscar nominations for best documentary and best international feature film in the same year. Launched in April 2017 by Quinn and Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League, the Brooklyn-based Neon quickly established itself as a top indie distributor. The company’s latest awards-season contender is Francis Lee’s romantic drama “Ammonite,” starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan.

Career

  • I, TONYA
  • PARASITE
  • THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • New Power of New York
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‘Blackthorn’ snagged by Magnolia – Variety

Film TV What To Watch Music Tech International Real Estate Awards Video Variety Home News April 29, 2011 5:00am PT ‘Blackthorn’ snagged by Magnolia Shepard oater to be released later this year By Gordon Cox Shepard oater to be released later this year Magnolia Pictures is making it a Tribeca Film Festival hat-trick, picking up North American rights to a third film to unspool at the fest, Sam Shepard starrer “Blackthorn.” Magnolia has previously snagged rights to Tribeca docs “Jiro...

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