Barry Josephson
American film producer
Barry Josephson
Barry Josephson is an American film producer and former music manager. Josephson graduated from American University, Washington DC in 1978 and is an active member of the SOC Alumni program. In 1991, Josephson was the Vice President of Production for Columbia Pictures and remained at the studio for six years where he served last as President of Production.
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FME partners with Bones exec producer
Broadcast - almost 5 years
FremantleMedia Enterprises is pushing further into US drama after securing a first look deal with Hollywood film and TV producer Barry Josephson’s production company.
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BONES Casts a New Squintern for Season Seven - The Daily BLAM
Google News - over 5 years
The series was created by Hart Hanson who serves as executive producer alongside Barry Josephson, Stephen Nathan, and Ian Toynton. Author Kathy Reichs and series stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz are producers
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Bones Temporada 7: Nuevas sorpresas - Cinequo
Google News - over 5 years
La cadena FOX y el estudio 20th TV han llegado a un acuerdo para producir la nueva temporada producida por Barry Josephson y Hart Hanson y protagonizada por David Boreanaz y Emily Deschanel. A los pocos días de haber concluido la sexta temporada,
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BONES Executive Producer Reveals New Season Seven Information - The Daily BLAM
Google News - over 5 years
The series was created by Hart Hanson who serves as executive producer alongside Barry Josephson, Stephen Nathan, and Ian Toynton. Author Kathy Reichs and series stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz are producers
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Brighton Rock's Rowan Joffe writing WikiLeaks Film - The Fan Carpet
Google News - over 5 years
This isn't the only film to hit the development ladder since producers Barry Josephson and Michelle Krumm, bought the rights to Andrew Fowler's biography of Assange. Joffe's film will chronicle the story of pale info-spreader Assange, who leaked many
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Saffron Burrows Exits BONES Spin-Off Series THE FINDER - The Daily BLAM
Google News - almost 6 years
... over Bones time slot while Emily Deschanel is on maternity leave. The series stars Geoff Stults and Michael Clarke Duncan. Created, written, and executive produced by Hart Hanson along with Dan Sackheim and Barry Josephson as executive producers
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Promo Images & Trailer for BONES Spin-Off Series THE FINDER - The Daily BLAM
Google News - almost 6 years
THE FINDER is a production of 20th Century Fox Television. Hart Hanson (BONES), Dan Sackheim ("Lie To Me") and Barry Josephson (BONES) are executive producers. The series is created and written by Hanson. Sackheim directed the pilot
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Turner Upfront: Andy Richter Gets Game Show; Conan Show to NYC, Chicago - TheWrap
Google News - almost 6 years
Based on the book of the same name, Scent of the Missing comes to TNT from CBS Television Studios and executive producers Barry Josephson (Bones) and Carol Mendelsohn (CSI) and producers Diane Nabatoff (Take The Lead) and Shelly Glasser (The Good Girl)
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The Finder: FOX bestellt Bones Spin-off - serienjunkies.de
Google News - almost 6 years
Hart Hanson, Stephen Nathan, Barry Josephson und Ian Toynton sind die Executive Producer der Serie. Rick Millikan („Shark“, „CSI: Miami“) ist für das Casting verantwortlich. „The Finder“ ist eine Produktion von 20th Century Fox Television für den
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La serie Bones renovada por Fox para una séptima temporada - El Multicine
Google News - almost 6 years
Está producida por Barry Josephson y Hart Hanson. La DRA. TEMPERANCE BRENNAN es una excelente antropóloga forense que trabaja para el Instituto Jeffersonian y además es escritora de novelas. Generalmente interviene en investigaciones de asesinatos
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<em>Bones:</em> FOX TV Series Officially Renewed for Season Seven - TV Series Finale
Google News - almost 6 years
Hanson, Stephen Nathan, Ian Toynton and Barry Josephson are executive producers. Become a fan of the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bones and follow the series on Twitter at www.twitter.com/bonesonfox (@bonesonfox)
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Lorre might have a plan for Two and a Half Men, but Sheen wants to be in the count - Montreal Gazette
Google News - almost 6 years
Meanwhile producers Barry Josephson and Michelle Krumm have optioned Andrew Fowler&#39;s upcoming Assange bio, The Most Dangerous Man in the World. There&#39;s loose talk about Matt Damon. No studio is attached. Meanwhile DreamWorks has optioned two other
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Exclusive Interview: BONES showrunner Hart Hanson on semantics and more – Part 2 - Assignment X
Google News - almost 6 years
Fellow BONES executive producer Barry Josephson provides a story about Reichs&#39; visit to the set during the filming of the pilot episode. ASSIGNMENT X: David Boreanaz is directing more episodes. How does that work? Does he come in and say,
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Another Film Bites a Hand In Hollywood
NYTimes - about 6 years
LOS ANGELES -- You know you've made it in Hollywood when you're skewered on screen. If your behavior is over the top enough to stand out in an industry of wall-to-wall histrionics, it's something of a badge of honor. Picture Tom Cruise's hirsute movie maven in ''Tropic Thunder,'' which was seen as a parody of the ''Matrix'' producer Joel Silver, or
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'LIFE AS WE KNOW IT'; Finding Love Over Dirty Diapers and Sippy Cups
NYTimes - over 6 years
It's enough to say that the bland romantic comedy ''Life as We Know It,'' in which there is not a single deviation from formula, is well made for its corporate type. One sign that the movie, directed by Greg Berlanti from a screenplay by Ian Deitchman and Kristin Rusk Robinson, has its unimaginative head on straight is that its lead characters
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FILM; The Unwilling Diva
NYTimes - over 6 years
AMBRIDGE, Pa. AN unsmiling Katherine Heigl, at work on a new movie in this Pittsburgh suburb in August, stepped out of a chauffeured black S.U.V. and strode onto the set. She briskly filmed her scene and decamped to her air-conditioned trailer. ''I admit that I'm particular about the way I work,'' she said, stopping to stare at a stuffed rabbit on
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'ALIENS IN THE ATTIC'; Earth in Peril, Children to the Rescue
NYTimes - over 7 years
In ''Earth Girls Are Easy'' in 1988, aliens come to Earth, see Geena Davis in a bikini and decide to spend their time partying and having sex. In ''Aliens in the Attic,'' which opened on Friday, a new group of intergalactic travelers comes to Earth, sees Ashley Tisdale in a bikini and decides to continue with its plans for widespread massacre and
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What's On Sunday
NYTimes - over 7 years
9 P.M. (TV LAND) TV LAND PRIME PRESENTS THE A.F.I. LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD The American Film Institute honors Michael Douglas, above, with his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, who performs a number from ''A Chorus Line.'' (Mr. Douglas starred in the film version.) His father, Kirk Douglas, and some of his co-stars and friends offer tributes. 9 A.M.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Barry Josephson
    FIFTIES
  • 2011
    Age 54
    He acquired the rights in 2011 to make a film based on Julian Assange's autobiography.
    More Details Hide Details Josephson is executive producer of the television series Bones (2005-2014). Most recently, he initiated the television adaptation of Washington's Spies, Alexander Rose's historical account of espionage during the American Revolution. Josephson, along with writer Craig Silverstein, executive-produced the adaptation, Turn, for AMC. The series premiered in April 2014. The producer is a founding member of Comic Relief, the charitable organization which produces comedy concerts hosted by Robin Williams, Billy Crystal and Whoopi Goldberg in order to raise funds to help America's homeless and others in need. Josephson has also played pivotal roles in the creation of the HBO Aspen Comedy Festival, the Commitment to Life Benefit (supporting AIDS Project Los Angeles), and the Heart of Austin Film Festival.
  • FORTIES
  • 1997
    Age 40
    In 1997 he joined 20th Century Fox under Josephson Entertainment.
    More Details Hide Details There he produced the critically acclaimed Enchanted, which garnered two Golden Globe nominations, four Critics' Choice Awards and three Academy Award nominations, and won a Critics' Choice Award for Best Family Film and a Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Live Action Family Film. Other films he has produced include Hide and Seek (2005), Pat Croce Moving In (2004) TV series, and Like Mike (2002).
    In 1997 Josephson, resigning as President at Columbia, entered into a partnership with director Barry Sonnenfeld.
    More Details Hide Details The two joined The Walt Disney Company as Sonnenfeld Josephson Worldwide Entertainment for a three-year production term. During this period they produced numerous film and television shows, including Wild Wild West (1999), Fantasy Island (1998) TV series, Big Trouble (2002), The Crew (2000) and Secret Agent Man (2000).
  • THIRTIES
  • 1991
    Age 34
    In 1991 he became Vice President of Production for Columbia Pictures, where his diverse background in film, TV, and music production came to bear upon the projects he oversaw.
    More Details Hide Details He remained at the studio for six years, serving the last three as President of Production. During his tenure at Columbia, Josephson was responsible for such popular films as In the Line of Fire (1993), Bad Boys (1995), Men in Black, Air Force One, The Fifth Element, and Anaconda (all 1997).
    Josephson served as Vice President, then President, of Production for Columbia Pictures from 1991-1997, and has produced films and television for studios and networks such as The Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures Television, and AMC from 1997 onward.
    More Details Hide Details Josephson began his career in entertainment at Landers/Roberts Productions, overseeing the music division's interest in feature film and television programming and there was involved with the popular sequel, Death Wish II (1981). Josephson later worked for Gallin/Morey & Associates, managing the careers of such performers as Paula Abdul, Patti Labelle, Morris Day, and Whoopi Goldberg (including production work on her Grammy-winning album "Direct from Broadway"). During this time, Josephson also helped found Sandollar Films, whose production has included several of Dolly Parton's made-for-TV movies and specials; Tidy Endings, an HBO adaptation of Harvey Fierstein's play, Safe Sex; and such feature films as Gross Anatomy and True Identity (both 1989). Before moving to Columbia, Josephson worked with Joel Silver of Silver Pictures on Die Hard 2 and Predator 2 (both 1990), earned executive producer credit on both Ricochet and The Last Boy Scout (both 1991), and oversaw production of 14 episodes of the HBO series, Tales from the Crypt.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1978
    Age 21
    Josephson graduated from American University, Washington DC in 1978, and remains an active member of its American University School of Communication Alumni program.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1956
    Born
    Born on April 2, 1956.
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