Marc Abraham

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Marc Abraham is an American film producer, and president of Strike Entertainment, a production company he launched in early 2002 with a multi-year, first look arrangement with Universal Pictures. Previously, he was a founding partner at Beacon Communications, a financing and production company founded in 1990. Abraham brought to the big screen Flash of Genius (film), released by Universal Pictures in Fall 2008, which marked his directorial debut and stars Greg Kinnear and Lauren Graham. Based on a true story, this David vs. Goliath tale tells the story of a small time inventor who takes on the Detroit automakers. Also for Universal Pictures, Abraham is producing Trouble is My Business, an adaptation of Raymond Chandler's detective-noir classic, starring Clive Owen. He produced the remake of The Thing for Strike Entertainment alongside Eric Newman. As Producer: As Executive Producer During its first few years, Beacon Communications produced award-winning films like The Commitments (film) which was nominated for a Golden Globe Award as best picture in 1992 and also went on to win four BAFTA awards; and Keith Gordon's A Midnight Clear, starring Ethan Hawke.

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