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Anthony Bregman

Anthony Bregman’s films include “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”, “Friends With Money”, “Synecdoche, New York”, “Please Give”, “The Tao of Steve”, “Lovely & Amazing”, “Human Nature”, “The Extra Man”, “Thumbsucker”, “The Savages”, “The Ice Storm”, “The Brothers McMullen”, “Trick”, Mexican science fiction extravaganza “Sleep Dealer”, and punk rock monster movie “Love God”, the world’s first digital film. He is currently in post-production on two films: “The Oranges” and “Darling Companion” . His latest release, “My Idiot Brother” premiered at Sundance 2011, and was released by The Weinstein Company.

In the fall of 2006, Bregman founded the New York City-based production company Likely Story, which he currently runs with Stefanie Azpiazu. Prior to Likely Story, Bregman was a partner at This is That for four years, and spent ten years as head of production at Good Machine, where he supervised the production and post-production of over thirty feature films, including “Sense and Sensibility”, “Eat Drink, Man Woman”, “Walking & Talking”, “What Happened Was…”, “The Wedding Banquet” and “Safe”.

Bregman teaches producing at Columbia University’s Graduate Film School, and is on the board of the IFP

Bregman’s movies have won numerous awards at the Oscars, Golden Globes, BAFTAs, Gothams, Indie Spirits, and Cannes, Berlin, and Sundance Film Festivals, among others. At the end of 2009, Roger Ebert named “Synecdoche, New York” the Best Film of the Decade.