Mark Joseph

Mark Joseph (MJM Media Management Group), best known for his work on The Passion of the Christ (2004), Holes (2003) and Monsters University (2013), will partner with Director Robert Orlando and The Nexus Project team on the marketing and promotion of the film Silence Patton to be released in 2015.

Former CNN broadcaster, producer and marketing consultant, Joseph has worked in development and marketing for Walden Media and Crusader Entertainment where he served as a special consultant to the presidents of both companies. He also oversaw a nine-member marketing team that promoted Walden/Crusader films like Holes, Because of Winn Dixie, I Am David, Amazing Grace, Ray and others.

His most recent marketing successes include the documentary Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed (2008) with Ben Stein and Obama 2016 (2012), the fourth largest grossing documentary (33 million box office), behind Michael Moore’s Farenheit 9/11 and March of the Penguins. It’s sequel Obama’s America will be released this July 4th.

In addition, Joseph has also produced short films, The Bridge and Cupid with co-producer Ralph Winter (X-Men, Fantastic Four and Star Trek) and is an award winning record producer for artists such as: Lauryn Hill, P.O.D., Switchfoot, Lifehouse, Scott Stapp of Creed, ZZ Top, Blink 182, Kirk Franklin, Andrae Crouch, along with producing the soundtrack for The Passion of The Christ.

Mark Joseph is an author, columnist, and publisher who contributes to a wide array of publications including Billboard Magazine, Beliefnet, Political Mavens, Fox, NRO, and topics ranging from media and culture to politics, and religion. He is currently a regular blogger for the Huffington Post and Fox News and is the founder/publisher of the news and culture portal,

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