Delphine Perrier is the COO of Highland Film Group (HFG), an independent worldwide sales, production and film financing company founded in 2010.
Perrier brings with her a significant amount of legal and international sales experience within the entertainment industry. Graduating with a law degree from the Sorbonne University Law School in Paris, she began her career in the entertainment industry as a contract administrator at Kushner & Locke where she managed an extensive library of over 200 films.
Perrier was also one of the key players in the debut of Mandate Pictures, where she lead the International Legal Affairs department and was responsible for collecting outstanding receivables for box office hits including The Grudge 1 and 2, Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, Juno, Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium, Stranger Than Fiction, The Messengers, Boogeyman 1 & 2, and 30 Days of Night.
Ambitious to complement her legal expertise in the industry, Perrier joined Odd Lot International as the Vice President of International Sales where she developed her relationships with Hollywood producers and promoted Odd Lot International’s Sales Agent Service.
Her next move was to one of Hollywood’s major studios, Paramount, where she became the second in command of International Sales for the Studio’s specialty branch, Paramount Vantage. Her slate include films such as The Crazies, Shutter Island, Capitalism: A Love Story, Traitor, Last Chance Harvey, and Ondine.
In early 2010, Delphine partnered with Arianne Fraser to form Highland Film Group (HFG). HFG’s current slate includes: The Manuscript starring Morgan Freeman; the star-studded Berlin, I Love You with Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley, Jim Sturgess, Mickey Rourke, Diego Luna, and Jenna Dewan Tatum; Vaughn Stein’s Terminal starring Margot Robbie; Jon Avnet’s Three Christs starring Richard Gere; Eric Bress’ supernatural psychological thriller Ghosts of War starring Brenton Thwaites; Lin Oeding’s thriller Braven starring Jason Momoa; Scott Mann’s Final Score starring Dave Bautista and Pierce Brosnan; and the highly-anticipated remake of The Crow directed by Corin Hardy, which HFG is producing and financing.
Delphine currently resides in Los Angeles.