Jordan Yale Levine

Named as one of Variety’s 10 Producers to Watch in 2016, a member of the Producers Guild of America, and the founder and partner of Yale Productions, Jordan Yale Levine has made a strong name for himself in the entertainment industry.

Jordan has garnered a substantial list of film credits, as well as currently having several projects in various stages of production and development. Jordan is responsible for the producing, financing and/or distribution of over forty feature films. These films include “Becky,” starring Kevin James and Lulu Wilson, which was selected for the Tribeca Film Festival in 2020, “I Used to Go Here“, starring Gillian Jacobs and Jemaine Clement, which was selected for SXSW’s 2020 festival, and produced alongside Andy Samberg’s Party Over Here production company, “Hooking Up,” starring Brittany Snow and Sam Richardson, Lionsgate’s “Crypto,” starring Kurt Russell, Alexis Bledel, & Beau Knapp, Entertainment One’s “Burn,” starring Josh Hutcherson, Suki Waterhouse & Harry Shum Jr., ” After Everything,” with a cast featuring Maika Monroe, Jeremy Allen White, Sasha Lane, Joe Keery, and Marisa Tomei, which premiered at SXSW in 2018, and IFC title “King Cobra,” starring James Franco, Christian Slater, Garrett Clayton & Keegan Allen, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2016. Additional films include “Already Gone,” a co production with Keanu Reeves, which stars Justine Skye, Seann William Scott, & Shiloh Fernandez, Sony Pictures’ “Welcome The Stranger,” starring Riley Keough, Abbey Lee, and Caleb Landry Jones, “Jack Goes Home,” starring Rory Culkin, Lin Shaye and Britt Roberston, which premiered at SXSW in 2016, and many more.

Recently produced films by Jordan that are currently in post production include “Separation,” directed by William Brent Bell, and starring Rupert Friend, Brian Cox, and Madeline Brewer, “Chick Fight,” starring Malin Akerman, Alec Baldwin, and Bella Thorne, “Red 48,” starring Tyrese Gibson, John Malkovich, and Michael Jai White, and “Stowaway,” starring Anna Kendrick, Toni Collette, and Daniel Dae Kim.