Anna Gross

Anna Gross began her career with an 8 year stint with Dino De Laurentiis, where she worked in various capacities on 14 films, including Death Wish, Three Days of the Condor, The Shootist, King Kong and Ragtime. She then served as Vice President of Production for Sydney Pollack, working on The Electric Horseman and the development of Tootsie and Out of Africa.

Gross spent much of the 1980′s working in Germany with European uber-producer, Bernd Eichinger. She oversaw production of The Neverending Story, The Name of the Rose and Last Exit to Brooklyn. She then returned to established Constantin Film’s Los Angeles operation.

In the early 90′s Gross served as VP of Production for Italian producer/distributor Vittorio Cecchi Gori. She was the key executive on the Oscar winning Mediterraneo, Giuseppe Tornatore’s The Starmaker (best foreign language nominee), Il Postino (five nominations). She handled the US sale and delivery of these films and was point person for Miramax on its distribution and Academy campaigns. She oversaw production for the Italian financier on Robert De Niro’s directorial debut A Bronx Tale. Her last project there was the Oscar winning, Life is Beautiful.

Anna then began her own niche business of overseeing Oscar campaigns for foreign films. She has handled 11 nominees, including Eichinger’s personal productions, The Baader Meinhoff Complex and Downfall.

She is an alumnus of Columbia University, Graduate Film Division, and a founding board member of the non-profit, FilmAid International.

Ms. Gross is currently a director and the corporate Secretary of Hypomania Content, Inc.

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