|Headquarters||3532 Hayden Avenue, Culver City, California 90232, United States|
Number of locations
In May 2011, it was announced that Anonymous Content's talent management division had been expanded by adding managers Tony Lipp, Sandra Chang, and Doug Wald, which brought several major talents with them.
In March 2014, Anonymous Content appointed David Fierson as Head of Business Operations. In May, the company signed a three-year first look production deal with Paramount Television, in which Paramount would produce and distribute scripted programming developed by Anonymous. Michael Sugar became a partner at the Los Angeles-based company.
In January 2016, Anonymous Content signed on a deal with MBC Group's 03 Productions to help and advise them on developing and producing both Arabic and English-language content. In February, Kevin Cotter was hired as Director of Literary Affairs at the company's New York office, where he would oversee researching books, articles and other intellectual property for the company to develop and produce.
|Year||Title||Release date||Distributor||Box office (USD)||Reception|
|2000||The Upgrade||12 October 2000||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|2001||BigLove||19 January 2001||Apollo Cinema||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Ambush||26 April 2001||BMW Films||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Chosen||10 May 2001||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|The Follow||24 May 2001||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|2004||Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind||19 March 2004||Focus Features||$20M||$72.3M||93%||89|
|2006||Lake of Fire||3 October 2006||THINK!FILM||$6M||N/A||94%||N/A|
|Babel||27 October 2006||Paramount Vantage
|2010||44 Inch Chest||15 January 2010||Momentum Pictures||N/A||$247.6K||41%||47|
|Winter's Bone||11 June 2010||Roadside Attractions||$2M||$16.1M||94%||90|
|2011||The Beaver||6 May 2011||Summit Entertainment
|2012||Big Miracle||3 February 2012||Universal||$40M||$24.7M||74%||61|
|Seeking a Friend for the End of the World||22 February 2012||Focus Features||$10M||$9.6M||55%||59|
|Girl Most Likely||19 July 2012||Lionsgate
|Fun Size||26 October 2012||Paramount Pictures||$14M||$11.4M||25%||37|
|2013||The Fifth Estate||18 October 2013||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||$26M||$8.6M||37%||49|
|2014||Laggies||9 May 2014||A24||N/A||$1.8M||69%||63|
|2015||The End of the Tour||23 January 2015||N/A||$3M||91%||82|
|Spotlight||6 November 2015||Open Road Films||$20M||$88M||93%||93|
|The Revenant||25 December 2015||20th Century Fox||$135M||$533M||82%||76|
|2016||Triple 9||26 February 2016||Open Road Films||$20M||$23.4M||55%||52|
|The Meddler||22 April 2016||Sony Pictures Classics||N/A||$3.9M||84%||68|
|The Good Neighbor||16 September 2016||Vertical Entertainment||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Collateral Beauty||16 December 2016||Warner Bros.
New Line Cinema
Village Roadshow Pictures
|2018||Boy Erased||28 September 2018||Focus Features||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
Bread & Circuses Entertainment
|The Underwater Welder||Waypoint Production||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|In the Garden of the King||Made In Africa Films||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Time After Time||Lionsgate||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Imagine Agents||20th Century Fox
|Year||Title||Air date||Number of||Distributor|
|2014||True Detective||12 January 2014 – present||2||16||HBO|
|The Knick||8 August 2014 – 18 December 2015||20||Cinemax|
|2015||Schitt's Creek||13 January 2015 – present||3||26||ITV Studios|
|Mr. Robot||24 June 2015 – present||3||23||USA Network|
|2016||Quarry||9 September 2016 – October 28, 2016||1||8||Cinemax|
|Berlin Station||16 October 2016 – present||10||Epix|
|The OA||16 December 2016 – present||8||Netflix|
|2017||13 Reasons Why||31 March 2017 – present||13||Netflix|
|Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams||17 September 2017 – present||10||Channel 4|
|2018||The Alienist||22 January 2018||TNT|
|TBA||Untitled Alfonso Cuarón series||TBA||TBA|
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