Boyhood, I'm Not There
Kathryn Tucker (m. 2002)
| 1956 (age 58–59)Detroit, Michigan, United States|
Entertainment lawyer, sales agent, film producer, talent manager
University of Michigan Law School (1981)
Gotham Independent Film Audience Award
Independent Spirit Award for Best Feature, Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Feature Film
Jonathan Sehring, Cathleen Sutherland, Richard Linklater, Sandra Adair, Lorelei Linklater
John Sloss (born 1956) is an entertainment lawyer, film sales agent, and manager, who has executive produced over 50 films including the Academy Award-winning The Fog of War and Boys Don't Cry. Other credits include Bernie, City of Hope, Friends with Kids, A Scanner Darkly, Far From Heaven, and Before Sunrise. Through his companies, Sloss Eckhouse LawCo and Cinetic Media, he has facilitated the sale and/or financing of films such as Lee Daniels' Precious, Napoleon Dynamite, The Kids Are All Right, Little Miss Sunshine, and Super Size Me. Filmmakers he has worked with include Richard Linklater, Kevin Smith, Whit Stillman, Todd Haynes, Brad Anderson and Justin Lin.
Sloss has worked with such companies as Cinetic Media, Sloss Eckhouse LawCo LLP, Producers Distribution Agency.
In 2009, Sloss co-founded Filmbuff, a digital distribution company. In 2010, he co-founded Producers Distribution Agency which has released the films Banksy's Exit Through the Gift Shop, Senna, The Way, and Brooklyn Castle. Sloss has also served as an adjunct professor in the Graduate film program at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
John Sloss Wikipedia