Partner, Untitled Entertainment

Jennifer Levine

Jennifer Levine, Partner at Untitled Entertainment (a top Hollywood entertainment management and production company with offices in Los Angeles, New York, and London), divides her time between representing a diverse group of writer, director, producer, and actor clients and shepherding a wide range of entertainment projects as a producer. Recent producing credits for Ms. Levine include the feature films: LAVENDER, THIS BEAUTIFUL FANTASTIC, THE LAND, MEADOWLAND, G.B.F., and PARTS PER BILLION. Upcoming feature projects include BYALL (Legendary), THE GREAT NOTHING (Tango Entertainment), and FILTERS (Bazelevs). She also has television series in development at both broadcast and cable outlets as an Executive Producer.

Prior to her position at Untitled, a company she helped start over twenty years ago, Ms. Levine held positions in both feature film development and production, including stints at 20th Century Fox, Disney, and Kopelson Entertainment. In her various capacities, she has worked on dozens of studio and independent films.

Ms. Levine also spent three years based in Milan, Italy acquiring film and television rights for Italian distributor Compagnia Distribuzione Audiovisivi and participating in numerous international film markets and festivals. While in Italy, she also ran her own highly successful special events business and has been profiled in a wide range of Italian publications. Before moving to Italy, Jennifer started her career on Wall Street, working with international investment funds for Chase Manhattan Bank.

Ms. Levine is a regular guest speaker, instructor, and mentor with a range of organizations, including the Sundance Film Festival, University of Southern California/Peter Stark Program, Women in Film, Film Independent, and many others. Recent activities included planning the 2017 & 2018 Women’s Marches in Park City, Utah during the Sundance Film Festival.

Ms. Levine holds an M.F.A. from USC’s Peter Stark Producing Program, where she was also a national finalist for the Sundance Producing Fellowship, winner of the Charles Ferguson Marketing Award, and recipient of the Ray Stark Film Grant. She has an undergraduate degree in literature from Wesleyan University and was born in New York and raised in Los Angeles.