Robert Jones

Robert Jones

Robert Jones is a seasoned producer whose credits include multi Academy Award and BAFTA winners. Most recently he also co-created and exec-produced the Channel 4/Sundance Channel TV series Babylon.  A seven part TV series starring James Nesbitt and Brit Marling, the show received critical acclaim on its release. Robert’s film production credits include films such as The Usual Suspects, Stephen Frears’ Dirty Pretty Things and The Constant Gardener. Other notable credits include Paul Thomas Anderson’s debut feature Hard Eight, Mike Leigh’s Vera Drake and Gosford Park.
 
With Wayne Marc Godfrey, Robert is also co-founder and co-owner of The Fyzz Facility, a boutique film financing company. Over the last five years the company has part-financed 95 films investing over $75 million. The Fyzz Facility has become a prolific production house in its own right, producing seven films in the last two years including Stephen Fingleton's critically acclaimed BIFA winning and BAFTA nominated debut The Survivalist.  It has an active slate of film and TV projects in development.