Jonathan Levine’s most recent film, “Long Shot,” starring Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron, debuted at SXSW last year, where it won the Audience Award. It was released on May 3, 2019 by Lionsgate.  Levine’s other films include the feature film adaptation of the novel “Warm Bodies” by Isaac Marion for Lionsgate, which opened to both mass critical and commercial acclaim in 2013, and has grossed over $115 million worldwide, and  50/50, the critically-acclaimed and Golden Globe nominated film based on screenwriter Will Reiser’s story, released in 2011 by Summit Entertainment. Levine made his feature directorial debut with “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane,” which debuted at the Toronto Film Festival in 2006. His second feature, and his first as both writer and director, was 2008’s “The Wackness,” which won the Audience Awards at the Sundance Film Festival and LA Film Festival. Starring Ben Kingsley and Josh Peck. The film also earned  Levine  an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best First Screenplay. It was released in July 2008 from Sony Pictures Classics. Born and raised in New York City, Jonathan has been making films since the age of 12. Following his graduation from Brown University’s Art/Semiotics program, he worked in New York as personal assistant to renowned writer/director Paul Schrader. In 2002, Jonathan moved to Los Angeles to attend the AFI Conservatory as a director.

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