GROUNDBREAKING MOVIE MILESTONES
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DIRECTORS WE'VE WORKED WITH
We are honored to have worked with some of the world’s visionary directors who have transformed the art of storytelling.
Picturehouse is a Los Angeles-based content marketing and distribution company led by CEO Bob Berney and COO Jeanne R. Berney. The company acquires, markets and distributes global content across all platforms. Originally formed in 2005 as a joint venture between Time Warner’s HBO Films and New Line Cinema, the Picturehouse brand has a long history of storied excellence.
Chief Executive Officer
JEANNE R. BERNEY
Chief Operating Officer
Jeanne Berney, COO of Picturehouse, is an experienced entertainment and brand marketer. Skilled at reaching diverse audiences, her career includes Miramax Films, Savoy Pictures, Rysher Entertainment and FilmDistrict. Along with her team, her campaigns have won numerous awards including two prestigious “Key Art” awards for the films DRIVE and THE RUM DIARY. She ran the Film and Digital Entertainment Group at Rogers and Cowan and built a client base including studios, production companies and brands like SKYY Vodka and Microsoft. She served as Director of Public Relations and Marketing at the Film Society of Lincoln Center overseeing the Society’s year round content programming including the New York Film Festival. Ms. Berney is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, the European Film Academy and a Board member of The American Friends of Film at TIFF.
WHAT WE DO
Creative & Marketing
- Paid Media
- New Formats
- Genre Specialists
"PAN’S LABYRINTH, MANCHESTER BY THE SEA, Y TU MAMA TAMBIAN, BRIGHT STAR are four of The Hollywood Reporter's critic picks for the best 50 films of the 21st Century (so far)."
Why now? Why not?
Sure, we’ve yet to hit the quarter-century mark, when these sorts of lists tend to start landing. But we’ve arguably already lived through 100 years’ worth of upheaval, progress, pain, destruction, hope and heartache in the world — not to mention the film industry — since 2000. We thought it as good a time as any to look back at the films that have, to us, stood the ever-unfolding test of time.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding's Slow Rollout Strategy Worked Like A Charm
To commemorate the 20-year anniversary of the hit romantic comedy “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” The Ringer did an oral history of the film. Part of the conversation revolved around the movie’s distribution strategy, noting that the slow rollout was a deliberate choice that reaped dividends.
National Geographic Dominates PGA Award Documentary Film Nominees With ‘Fire of Love,‘ ’Retrograde‘ and ’The Territory’
National Geographic & Picturehouse Drops ‘Retrograde’ Trailer, Announces “Unprecedented” Release Plan For Matthew Heineman’s Afghanistan Withdrawal Documentary
We have your first look at Matthew Heineman’s gripping new film Retrograde from National Geographic Documentary Films, a visceral, ground-level immersion into the last nine months of America’s long war in Afghanistan.