School of Law, Georgetown University
University of California at Los Angeles
California Institute of the Arts
Executive producer of "Mad Max: Fury Road"
Executive producer of "The Lego Movie"
Executive producer of "Gran Torino"
Executive producer of "Happy Feet"
Executive producer of "Mystic River"
Executive producer of "Training Day"
Executive producer of "The Matrix"
Named Chairman and CEO of Village Roadshow Pictures
Founded Plan B Entertainment, an independent motion picture company at Warner Bros.
Promoted to President of Worldwide Theatrical Production, Warner Bros. (September)
Named President of Theatrical Production, Warner Bros.
Appointed Senior Vice President of Production at Warner Bros.
Named production vice president at Warner Bros.
Joined Universal Pictures as assistant to Sean Daniel and Joel Silver; moved up the ranks to production vice president
Worked as Peter Guber's assistant at Casablanca Filmworks for one year
Was assistant to Jack Valenti in Washington while attending law school
Berman's first job in the film industry was working under Jack Valenti at the MPAA while a student at Washington D.C.'s Georgetown Law School.
Won the Black Reel Award for Best Film for "Training Day."