Anna Gross (born October 25, 1952 in New York City, New York) is a German-American producer and production manager who served as a production executive for The NeverEnding Story.
Gross attended Columbia University, Graduate Film Division.
Gross began her career with an 8-year job working with Dino De Laurentiis before serving as Vice President of Production for Sydney Pollack.
She spent most of the 1980s in Germany, working with Bernd Eichinger, before establishing the Los Angeles division of Constantin Film.
In the early 1990s, Gross served as Vice President of Production for Vittorio Cecchi Gori, handling video sales in the United States, and also oversaw production for Robert De Niro's film A Bronx Tale. Her last project was Life is Beautiful in 1997.
Anna began her own business of overseeing Oscar campaigns for foreign films, and serves as a founding board member of FilmAid International, in addition to co-founding.
Gross currently works as a director and the Corporate Secretary of Hypomania Content, Inc.