Exclusive: Anonymous Content has closed a first-look deal with Theresa Park’s film and TV banner Per Capita Productions.
Park’s production per capita is primarily centered on a writer-driven, independent film based on literary material.
Most recently, the park created Luca Guadagnino’s bones and all Starring Timothée Chalamet, Taylor Russell and Mark Rylance. The movie is nominated for the 2023 Independent Spirit Awards for Best Feature Film, Best Lead Performance, and Best Supporting Performance; Gotham received two acting nominations from the Awards; and won the Silver Lion at Venice for Best Director; And best new talent for Russell.
Park also produced the film After Yang With Cinereach for A24, writer-director Kogonada stars as Colin Farrell, Jodie Turner-Smith and Justin Min, from a short story by Alexander Weinstein. Saying goodbye to Yang. The film had its world premiere at Un Certain Regard at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival. It was screened at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival by Alfred P. won the Sloan Award; two Gotham Award nominations for Best Screenplay and Best Actor; and was nominated for two 2023 Independent Spirit Awards for Best Screenplay and Best Director. Park also produced roar For Apple TV+, starring Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo, Merritt Weaver and Alison Brie.
Upcoming projects for Cap include numerous film and television projects in various stages of development, including an Amazon Prime TV series. expatriate Based on Janice YK Lee The New York Times Bestselling novels; CartographerAdapted Alexander Weinstein’s short story with writer/director Bina Sud; The Sisters Grimm, an animated series on Apple+ based on the best-selling children’s series; and a TV series based on Joel Kostman’s memoir key to the city.
Separate from his production activities under the Per Capita Productions banner, he is collaborating with Anonymous Content on the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ novel, the desire, for Universal. The project is the first of three with Sparks as part of a three-picture deal with the studio. In doing so, Park continued his long association with Sparks, with whom he produced the feature film adaptation my best (Relativity, 2014), The longest ride (Fox 2000, 2015) and choice (Lionsgate, 2016), all based on Sparks’ novel. He is also developing the feature film adaptation of Sparks’ #1 New York Times bestselling novel, returnwith Sparks and Elizabeth Cantillon, who optioned it for her MRC film label.
“Theresa is a long-time partner and an incredible producer who is extremely ambitious and has a keen eye for creating artistic content that captivates audiences,” said Anonymous Content CEO Don Olmstead. “We’re thrilled to expand our partnership with Capt Wire and the team.”
“It’s an honor to find a home among so many like-minded, passionate and effective creatives whose tastes align seamlessly with my own,” Park said. “I couldn’t ask for more supportive colleagues and look forward to launching a slate of bold projects driven by distinct literary sensibilities.”
A co-founder of Park & Fine Literary & Media, Park has been a literary agent since 1994. Her clients include NYT bestselling authors such as Nicholas Sparks, Debbie Macomber, Taylor Jenkins Reed, Deborah Harkness, Janice YK Lee, Cecelia Ahern, and Amy Chua. He is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz and Harvard Law School and makes his home in NYC. He is represented by attorney Scott Schwimmer.