During Paula Weinstein's expansive 23-year career in the entertainment industry, she has worked with virtually every major studio in the film industry. Weinstein, who oversees Spring Creek Pictures, is well-known for her involvment in social issues.
Ms. Weinstein joined Warner Bros. as Vice President of Production in 1976 and then later enlisted with 20th Century Fox as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Production, developing and producing films such as "Nine to Five" and "Brubaker." In 1979, Ms. Weinstein relocated to the Ladd Company, collaborating on such films as "Body Heat,".
In 1984, Weinstein started WW Productions, an independent production company in partnership with Gareth Wigan. In 1987 she assumed the title of Executive Consultant to MGM's worldwide division. This position allowed her to continue producing independent projects such as "A Dry White Season" and "The Fabulous Baker Boys", nominated for four Academy Awards, which she jointly produced with Mirage Productions in 1989. In 1990, Paula Weinstein and Mark Rosenberg, created Spring Creek Productions. Their first produced feature film was "Fearless,". Spring Creek's second film was "Flesh and Bone".
In 1995, Weinstein and Anthea Sylbert produced "Something to Talk About,".
Weinstein served as executive producer on "Truman," for HBO, which went on to win the Emmy for Best Movie made for television.
Weinstein produced the box office smash "Analyze This," To date the film has earned more than $100 million. She co-produced Barry Levinson's "Liberty Heights," which was released in November 1999 to critical acclaim. Weinstein also produced "The Perfect Storm," which was released in June 2000.
Paula also produced "Analyze That" which was a follow up to the very successful "Analyze This". Paula produced the critically acclaimed HBO movie, "Iron Jawed Angels," about the women's Suffragette movement.
Production was completed in August 2004 for New Line Cinema's "Monster In Law". The film was released in the spring of 2005. Also in production at the same time at Warner Bros. was "Rumor Has It". In 2008, Paula produced, with the late Sydney Pollack, the Golden Globe and Emmy winning HBO Film,"Recount."
In 2009, Paula produced the soon to be released "How Do You Know" Also, in 2009, Paula produced "The Company Men"
Paula is currently in New York, working on the HBO telefilm, "Too Big to Fail."