Anthony Bregman has been promoted to the position of senior vice president of production at Good Machine Inc, the ten year-old production and distribution outfit which is enjoying a banner year led by the success of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
In the past year, Bregman has produced Michel Gondry's Human Nature starring Tim Robbins and Patricia Arquette which Fine Line will release domestically and StudioCanal is selling internationally, and Nicole Holofcener's long-awaited follow-up to Walking And Talking, an untitled digital feature starring Catherine Keener and Brenda Blethyn. He also produced The Tao Of Steve which was acquired for domestic distribution by Sony Pictures Classics at Sundance last year. Good Machine International sold international rights.
Bregman will continue to oversee the company's production slate, working closely with Good Machine's senior vice president of development Anne Carey. He will report to Good Machine partners Ted Hope, David Linde and James Schamus.
Among Bregman's other producing credits are Luminous Motion directed by Bette Gordon which he co-produced with Hope, and Frank Grow's Love God. He executive produced Jim Fall's Trick and associate produced Ang Lee's The Ice Storm, Ed Burns' The Brothers McMullen, Bart Freundlich's The Myth Of Fingerprints and Jim Godmilow's Roy Cohn/Jack Smith.