Sidney Sherman



Sidney is the founder and CEO of Rosa Entertainment, an independent film/television production and management company. Sherman’s credits include: co-producer of Roadside Attractions "Lonely Hearts" starring John Travolta, James Gandolfini, Jared Leto, and Salma Hayek; producer of the IFC Films release "Go Tigers!" which had its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, and was an Academy Award Finalist and Independent Spirit Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature; producer of the Emmy-winning "Amargosa", an Academy Award Finalist for Best Documentary 

Feature, producer of "Stand and Be Counted", a two-part documentary series for The Learning Channel which highlighted the role of popular music in social activism and featured such rock and folk stars as: The Beastie Boys, REM, Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews Band, Joan Baez, and Sting. 

In addition, Sidney has worked with Steven Spielberg's Survivors of the Shoah Visual History 

Foundation as a production consultant on numerous projects including the Academy Award Winner for Best Documentary, "The Last Days". Projects Sherman is developing include: "Omega Point" at CBS Films, "Outplacement" at Paramount Pictures, and "The Widow’s Adventures" with Diane Keaton attached to star.