Dan Maag (born 1975) has been producing theatrical feature films since 1999, including numerous English-language productions such as “Dead Fish” (2004) starring Gary Oldman and Robert Carlyle, internationally successful thriller “Open Water 2″ (2006), as well as the drama “Streets of Rio” (2007), shot in the favelas of Brazil. Along with producing films, Dan Maag served as line producer for various film financing and production companies, including numerous major international productions, such as Oliver Stone’s historical epic “Alexander” (2004) starring Colin Farrell and Angelina Jolie, Martin Scorsese’s “Aviator” (2004) starring Leonardo DiCaprio, as well as Michael Caton-Jones’ “Basic Instinct 2″ (2006) starring Sharon Stone.
His German-language productions include No.1 box-office hits like “What a Man”, “The Break-Up Artist”, “Mrs. Ella”, “Joys of Fatherhood” or “The Nanny”. In 2012, he became CEO of PANTALEON Entertainment GmbH, which he runs as chairman of the board since its conversion to a publicly-held company.
As chairman, he is responsible for the day-to-day business of PANTALEON Group. Thanks to his many years of international production experience, a global network in the entertainment industry and his pronounced entrepreneurial spirit, he contributes in large part to the success of the PANTALEON Group.