3 Penn Alumni In One Powerful Production Company (& they’re looking for interns!)


Over the years it’s great to see Penn alumni working together in Entertainment.  One very Penncentric and prominent company has recently come to our attention.

Lin Pictures was started by Penn alum chemical engineering dissertation si sirve el sildenafil follow url how long until accutane redness goes away de novo essay of cholesterol wiki english essay year 5 cialis bell canyon public relations case study template compare and contrast essay examples middle school essay write pay to get sociology dissertation results follow link essay about national flag in kannada essay on wildlife sanctuaries in india cheapest cytotec online viagra sat writing essay tips see accutane cost with insurance short dissertation proposal example see url school essays for children in english anakinra generic cialis sildenafil citrate effective time quick kamagra career essay sample argumentative essay writers website ca free wordpress themes like thesis Dan Lin (W’94) and has a first-look deal with Warner Bros. in both film and television. The small production company has started to pack a powerful punch with hits such as The Lego Movie (starring Penn alum Elizabeth Banks).

Jennifer Gwartz (C’90) was the first Penn hire on the docket. Gwartz is a major player in the industry, having developed such hits as Scream, The Matrix, and “Veronica Mars”. Lin has since tapped her to act as Head of Television and Chief Operating Officer. Female power!

The company’s most recent hire is Jason Ellis (C’09), who has come to assist Gwartz after a long stint at CAA. With his history at the agency powerhouse, he probably has the best phone manners you’ve ever heard.

One of the company’s current TV projects is ABC pilot “Forever“, starring Fantastic Four’s Ioan Gruffudd. The pilot centers on a medical examiner in New York City who is obsessed with death because he is secretly immortal. If only we all could be so lucky, living forever and stuff. Look for it in the upcoming pilot season!

Does this all sound awesome to you? You’re in luck. Lin Pictures is actually looking for summer interns. Check out the info here!

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  1. AvatarRobert Forman

    I reached out to Jen while still attending Penn back in 2005 and struck up an informational relationship with her prior to my 2006 graduation. That relationship turned into an assistant position in 2007 after I did a year at an agency. I would not have my career without Jen Gwartz and without utilizing our Penn connection. She’s since funneled Penn alumni my way to do informationals and pay it forward. She’s one of the good ones!

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