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Matt Andree Wiltens

SVP, Head of Global Corporate Communications, Gersh


Matt Andrée Wiltens is a marketing and publicity executive in the entertainment industry who currently serves as SVP, Head of Corporate Communications for Gersh.

Prior to joining the celebrated agency, Matt held the position of Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Amblin Partners – the film and television production company led by Steven Spielberg. During his five-year tenure at Amblin, he served as publicist for the company’s film and television divisions as well as for Spielberg, Kristie Macosko Krieger, and Amblin’s senior executives. Matt was also a driving force behind the marketing and publicity campaigns for 1917, The Fabelmans, West Side Story, Green Book, The Americans, Good Night Oppy, and The Haunting of Hill House/Bly Manor, among other titles.

Prior to his time at Amblin, Matt spent over a decade at Paramount Pictures. Initially a marketer and publicist in Paramount’s New Zealand office, he was transferred to its new international head office in Los Angeles in 2012. He spent five years as part of Paramount’s international digital department before being named Vice President of Global Brand Strategy, in which capacity he oversaw the global marketing strategies for titles such as Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Annihilation and Daddy’s Home 2, and orchestrated the groundbreaking announcement strategy for Netflix's acquisition of The Cloverfield Paradox.

Matt’s contributions extend across a diverse array of entertainment franchises, including Marvel, Indiana Jones, Transformers, Jurassic World, Mission: Impossible, Star Trek, Fast & Furious, HALO, Paranormal Activity, Despicable Me/Minions, Madagascar, Sonic the Hedgehog, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and SpongeBob SquarePants. He also worked on The King's Speech, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture. In 2023, he was privileged to work in-house with Michael Mann, consulting on the campaign for his film Ferrari.

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