Mark Gill

President of Millenium Films

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Founder and CEO of The Film Department, an independent movie finance and production company; former President of Warner Independent Pictures (March of the Penguins) and President of Miramax/LA under Harvey Weinstein, he's been involved in the re-cutting of films like The English Patient and In the Bedroom

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