Josh Braun

Josh Braun (born May 1961) is film producer and musician from Stockbridge, Massachusetts. In 1979 Braun and his twin brother Dan moved to New York and started the Post-Punk/No Wave band Circus Mort with Rick Oller and Michael Gira, who later went on to form The Swans. After the break-up of Circus Mort, Josh and Dan joined The Del-Byzanteens, a No Wave band featuring filmmaker Jim Jarmusch on vocals and keyboards. From 1991 to 1999 Braun worked with Fremantle Media as Senior Vice President and head of sales, where he was responsible for the sales, production, and acquisitions of such programs as Baywatch, All My Children, Third Rock from the Sun, South Park, The Price Is Right, and many others. In 2001 Josh and Dan formed Submarine Entertainment, a company that represents, produces, and develops feature films and documentaries including Winter's Bone (2010 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner), Man On Wire (2009 Academy Award winner, Best Documentary), The Cove (2010 Academy Award winner, Best Documentary), Werner Herzog's Cave of Forgotten Dreams and Encounters at the End of the World, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, Winnebago Man, Spellbound, Supersize Me, and Food, Inc..

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