Albert Berger

Co-Executive Producer


Albert Berger formed Bona Fide Productions with Ron Yerxa in 1993. Their producing credits include Alexander Payne’s 'Election' and his recent Oscar-nominated film 'Nebraska,' Stephen Soderbergh’s 'King of the Hill,' Anthony Minghella’s 'Cold Mountain,' Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris’s 'Little Miss Sunshine' and 'Ruby Sparks,' and Todd Field’s 'Little Children' among others.

Berger’s executive producing credits include the award-winning documentary 'Crumb,' the Wilco documentary 'I Am Trying to Break Your Heart,' the Levon Helm documentary 'Ain’t in It for My Health,' and the soon to be released 'Baltimore in Black and White.'

Bona Fide also recently completed 'Low Down,' starring John Hawkes, Elle Fanning and Glenn Close. It premiered in competition at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and will be released by Oscilloscope Laboratories. Their upcoming projects include 'Louder Than Bombs,' to be directed by Joachim Trier, and 'The Only Living Boy in New York,' to be directed by Marc Webb.

After graduating from Tufts University, Albert Berger returned to his native Chicago where he owned and managed the Sandburg Theatre, a revival showcase for obscure and classic films. He attended film school at Columbia University before moving to Los Angeles to write scripts for Paramount, TriStar, MGM, Orion, and producer Roger Corman. Berger went on to serve as Vice President of Development for Marvin Worth Productions where he worked on several projects, including 'Malcolm X.'