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Jonathan Holiff made his directorial debut with the theatrical documentary My Father and The Man In Black in 2012. Prior to becoming a filmmaker, Jonathan Holiff was president of The Hollywood-Madison Group--a leading entertainment-marketing agency in Los Angeles. In a Hollywood career that spanned 20 years, Jonathan hired hundreds of celebrities including Martin Scorsese, Dennis Hopper and Jessica Simpson for Fortune 500 companies such as General Motors, Procter & Gamble and Sony Electronics.
Jonathan got his start in public relations. In the mid-1980s, he managed the music division for a leading Toronto entertainment PR firm. He also served as unit publicist for a number of television shows and was on the team that launched The Decline of the American Empire at the 1986 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). From there he went on to a successful career as a television producer on both sides of the border.
Formerly with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Jonathan was a producer on seven installments of The NHL Awards broadcast annually from Toronto. He was also instrumental in the production of TBS’ Cybermania ‘94 in Los Angeles--the first televised awards show for video games. He has since worked on television shows broadcast by FOX, CBS and TBS.
For more than a decade Jonathan produced live television, including award shows and music specials. He put Celine Dion, Alanis Morissette, Shania Twain and Sarah McLachlan on Canadian television--before they achieved success in the United States and around the world.
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