Eric Stern is the Managing Director of Anonymous Content, a premier global production and management company. Stern oversees the commercial and content division of the company, representing a collection of Oscar and DGA winning directorial heavyweights.
Since joining, Stern has executive produced some of Anonymous Content’s most awarded projects, such as the Cannes Lion winners, Nike “Voices,” directed by Romanek and AT&T “Close to Home” directed by Frédéric Planchon. Other high-profile credits include Facebook’s debut ad “The Things that Connect Us,” directed by Iñárritu, to commemorate the social network’s 1 billion user mark, and two recent large-scale brand films, “The Escape” the latest installment and reboot of the successful BMW Films series “The Hire,” and Qualcomm’s “Lifeline” starring Olivia Munn, which surpassed 100 million views in two months. Under Stern’s management, Anonymous Content has been named to Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Companies” list and each year to Creativity’s annual production “A List”.
Stern was previously an executive producer at Biscuit Filmworks. Prior to joining Anonymous Content, he was an Executive Producer at MJZ.