Jane Rosenthal - Details


Jane Rosenthal has been partnered with Robert De Niro in Tribeca Productions and the Tribeca Film Center in New York since 1988. She oversees all aspects of project development and serves as producer with De Niro.
The company's motion picture productions include Michael Apted's Thunderheart (1992), Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear (1991) , Irwin Winkler's Night and the City (1992), the screen adaptation of Scott McPherson's award-winning play, Marvin's Room starring Meryl Streep and Diane Keaton, Barry Levinson's Oscar-nominated comedy, Wag The Dog (1997) starring Dustin Hoffman, De Niro and Anne Heche, and De Niro's directorial debut, Bronx Tale, A (1993) . Most recently, Rosenthal produced (with Paula Weinstein) the Harold Ramis comedy, Analyze This (1999), which stars De Niro and Billy Crystal. Upcoming releases include Joel Schumacher's drama, Flawless, with De Niro and Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Ian Softly's About A Boy.
For television, Tribeca has produced the NBC miniseries, Witness to the Mob and the critically-acclaimed FOX-TV series, Tribeca.
Her collaboration with Scorsese on the 1986 Oscar-winner, Color of Money, The (1986), led to an introduction to De Niro, who was looking for a partner to help create and operate a Manhattan-based film center. Prior to founding Tribeca, Rosenthal worked at Warner Bros. as vice president of movies and miniseries.