It's being reported today that Silicon Valley investor and and philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs is getting into Hollywood. Jobs with a minority stake in the powerhouse management-production company called 'Anonymous Content.' The production company created top movies such as Spotlight and The Revenant as well as TV shows including Mr. Robot and The Knick.
Variety reports that "Anonymous, founded by producer Steve Golin in 1999, has been shopping for a minority investor in the company for the past few months. With the investment, Anonymous and Emerson will focus on developing 'socially-relevant' film, TV and digital content.
The Palo Alto, Calif.-based Emerson Collective has been moving into the media and entertainment arena. Last year it invested in Macro, the production venture launched by former WME agent Charles King."
In a statement, Powell Jobs, who is president of Emerson Collective, noted that "Emerson Collective believes in the power of storytelling to shape our culture and improve lives. We're thrilled to partner with Steve and his talented team at Anonymous Content to create films, television and digital content that can inspire change." For more on this see the full Variety report here.
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