Producer and Strategic Advisor, City Hill Arts
Robin Jonas is a senior entertainment and media executive and 25-year veteran of the business. Most recently, Robin was on the production team at Voltage Pictures where she worked on several films to go into production in 2021 and 2022. Robin was the President of Kevin Costner’s multi-million dollar Tig Productions overseeing development, production, film finance and marketing, as well as setting up the television and online/multiplatform content departments. Additionally, Jonas partnered with Costner and set up an offshoot, Treehouse Films, in 2008. She has held executive positions at many film studios, including Executive Vice President at Miramax Films and Dimension Films. She was with Walt Disney Pictures under Dick Cooke and Paramount Pictures with Rob Friedman.
Robin has an executive track record in publicity, marketing, development and production working on over 300 films such as Shakespeare in Love, The English Patient, Lemony Snicket, Pulp Fiction, Cider House Rules, The King’s Speech, Narc, Open Range, Serendipity, Good Will Hunting, Heart of Gold, Gangs of New York, Inglorious Basterds, and The Artist. She has produced several projects, including Mr. Brooks, starring Costner and William Hurt; Disney’s Swing Vote, starring Costner, Dennis Hopper, Nathan Lane, and Stanley Tucci; and Lionsgate’s TV show, Graves with Nick Nolte and Sela Ward. Robin joins Costner as Producer on the multi-platform, The Explorer’s Guild, and will produce the upcoming The Story of Lucy Gault with Director Aisling Walsh. She retains the sole rights to an Untitled Cold War epic set in The Republic Of Georgia, based on a true story. An avid reader, Robin has amassed the rights to many books and stories she believes will responsibly challenge and entertain audiences while remaining socially conscious and uplifting.
Robin is a strategic advisor and consultant in such diverse areas as politics, communications, multi-media platforms, branding and content, and event production. She has been an Awards season consultant for several film companies for over 20 years. Robin maintains an ongoing involvement in the work of her father, the late wildlife sculptor Louis Paul Jonas, Jr. who along with her grandfather, created a collection of over 400 wildlife miniatures – many in bronze – on display in museums globally, including their life-size mounted collection of elephants at the Museum of Natural History in NYC. Robin attended school at Boston University. She is an executive member of The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Producers Guild of America, Women In Film, and a board member of The World Is Just A Book Away Foundation and the Berkshire Film Festival.