Founders Mark Roberts and Ross Jacobson launched 3311 Productions with an eye toward developing and producing original content in film and television alongside pedigreed and emerging filmmakers. Jennifer Dana heads film production for the company which has produced a diverse slate of films, including BRIGSBY BEAR and TABLE 19. 2020's upcoming slate includes: THE ASSISTANT, written and directed by Kitty Green; THE VIOLENT HEART, written and directed by Kerem Sanga; NAKED SINGULARITY, written and directed by Chase Palmer; and REVOLVER, to be directed by Andrew Stanton.
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- OLIVIA COOKE JOINS JOHN BOYEGA IN SCOTT FREE’S ‘NAKED SINGULARITY’
- MARY J. BLIGE, LUKAS HAAS JOIN COMING-OF-AGE ROMANCE 'THE VIOLENT HEART'
Prior to 3311, Ross served as the COO of Magical Elves, the company behind shows such as Top Chef, Project Runway, and Project Greenlight, among many others. Prior to his career in entertainment, Ross worked in both Finance and Technology with accomplishments including innovating new products with the world's leading telcos and M&A transactions with Fortune 100 companies. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter, but will always be a San Francisco Giants fan.
He currently serves on the board of The San Francisco Zoo and The National Pastime Museum and lives in San Francisco with his three children, all of whom root for the Giants.
She began her career working in the New York theater industry after attending Yale. Prior to joining 3311, Dana Executive Produced IT FOLLOWS and worked in the Packaging, Finance and Distribution department at The Gersh Agency. She brings a clear understanding of film financing, packaging, production, and distribution to the company’s slate. Her pekingese Gracie is the unofficial company mascot.
He is a lover of history, sports, and pizza, and often feels frustrated by Angelenos’ attitude toward all three. Tony studied screenwriting at The University of Michigan.
Thomas is a big fan of eating eggs, talking about movies, and keeping up with rock and roll. If you call 3311, his is the rich baritone. Thomas studied English Literature at Grinnell College.