Richard N. Gladstein
Academy Award-nominated film producer

Two-time Academy Award® nominated film producer Richard Gladstein is the
Founder & President of the Los Angeles based motion picture production
company FilmColony.
Gladstein’s most recent film is The Time Being, which in addition to producing
also marks his debut as a screenwriter. Co-written and directed by Nenad CicinSain and starring Wes Bentley and Frank Langella, the film debuted at the 2012
Toronto International Film Festival and will be released by Tribeca Films in
theatres and on VOD on July 26th, 2013.
Gladstein’s two Academy Award® nominations for Best Picture of the Year were
for his films The Cider House Rules and Finding Neverland. His other producer
credits include; Gus, Paper Man, Killshot, Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium,
The Nanny Diaries, The Bourne Identity, She’s All That, HurlyBurly and 54,
amongst others. In addition, Gladstein has enjoyed a fruitful and extensive
collaboration with Quentin Tarantino, serving as Executive Producer on Reservoir
Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown.
In all, Gladstein’s films have been nominated for 22 Academy Awards® and
grossed in excess of 1 billion dollars worldwide.
Gladstein formed FilmColony in 1995, and began with a series of multi-year
producing pacts with Miramax Films, which continued until 2003. Prior to the
formation of FilmColony, Gladstein served as Miramax’s Executive Vice
President and Head of Production from 1993 -1995, Vice President of Production
& Acquisitions at LIVE Entertainment from 1987 - 1992 and Director of
Acquisitions & Marketing for Angelika Films from 1985 - 1987.
Outside of the film business, Gladstein is deeply involved and committed to
philanthropic endeavors to greatly reduce Jewish Genetic Diseases. He is CoChair of the Jewish Genetic Disease Consortium and Founder & President of the
Bloom’s Syndrome Foundation.
Gladstein is a member of the Board of Directors of The Producers Guild of
America.
He is a graduate of Boston University with a BS in Communications.