Talent Guide

Jordana Mollick

  • Discipline:Producer
  • Program Year:Grants and Awards 2017


Jordana Mollick is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and began her career in theater in New York and later transitioned into film through her work at the Endeavor Agency and then as the film development executive for writers Brian Koppelman and David Levien (Rounders, Runaway Jury, Ocean’s 13). She then moved to Los Angeles and formed Black Sheep Management and Productions with producing partner Brendan Bragg, which aimed to develop and produce a diverse slate of films and manage a carefully curated array of writers and directors. In May of 2013, Black Sheep merged with Haven Entertainment, which is a dynamic entertainment company that has gained recognition by producing award-winning documentary and narrative feature films; representing top writers, directors, animators and improvisers, and working with brands to develop cutting edge digital content. At Haven, Mollick most recently produced Hello My Name Is Doris, starring Sally Field and directed by Michael Showalter, which is being distributed by Roadside Attractions and Sony Worldwide and is currently playing in theaters nationwide. She also Executive Produced Night Owls, starring Adam Pally and Rosa Salazar, which is being distributed by MGM. Both films premiered at SXSW. Mollick also produced Life Partners, directed by Susanna Fogel and starring Leighton Meester, Gillian Jacobs and Adam Brody, for which Mollick was a 2012 Creative Producing fellow with the Sundance Institute. Life Partners premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, where it was acquired by Magnolia Pictures. Mollick is also a Women at Sundance 2013 Fellow. Up next, she is producing The Good Time Girls, starring Laura Dern and Mantivities, starring Chris Pine, as well as Will Graham’s The Off Season.