Kundalini Pictures

Nadia Bronson and Associates (NB&A) is a leading global entertainment consultancy. Founded by Nadia Bronson in May 2001, they are a primary resource for producers, studios, sales agents, distributors and festivals seeking to maximize the success of their product in the worldwide marketplace. Their services cover a broad spectrum of the entertainment industry, with special emphasis on movie marketing, publicity, distribution and sales. NB&A’s current roster of clients includes Miramax Films, Warner Bros., Paramount Pictures, Intermedia Film, Scott Rudin Productions, Shangri-la Entertainment, De Laurentiis Films and The Bangkok Film Festival among others. Some of the films they are currently working on and have worked on over the past year include The Stepford Wives, The Polar Express, Kill Bill Vol 1 & 2, Sky Captain and The World of Tomorrow, Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, The Last Samurai, Cold Mountain, Mystic River, City of God, Terminator 3,Thirteen, School of Rock, Barbarian Invasions, Bad Santa, In America, Bend it Like Beckham, Shall We Dance, The Brothers Grimm, Unfinished Life, The Big Bounce, Proof and Unchain My Heart.




Attorney, Eric Weissmann

Eric Weissmann is a senior partner in the firm's entertainment department, and was one of the founding partners of the firm in 1981. Mr. Weissmann represents actors, directors, producers, and financiers. Mr. Weissmann has been practicing entertainment law since 1957 when he joined the legal department of MCA Artists Ltd. He then moved to the firm of Kaplan, Livingston, Goodwin, Berkowitz & Selvin, where he was the head of the Entertainment Department until the formation of the firm in 1981. From 1971 through 1973, Mr. Weissmann was the head of worldwide Business Affairs for Warner Bros. Mr. Weissmann has lectured at many law schools, including Harvard, Yale, Boalt, UCLA and USC, and he is currently an adjunct professor of law at USC. Mr. Weissmann travels extensively, participating at entertainment symposiums in foreign countries, including Russia and Australia, at the Cannes Film Festival, and has lectured for the U.S. State Department in Brazil, Bolivia and El Salvador. Mr. Weissmann is a former president of the Los Angeles Copyright Society and was the first recipient of the Indy (Friends of Independents) Award given by the Independent Feature Project West. Mr. Weissmann also has extensive international entertainment experience and has represented the New South Wales (Australia) government film industry, the studio owned by the then-government of Yugoslavia, and a branch of Gozkino, the Ministry of Film of the USSR.

Mr. Weissmann is listed in numerous publications naming the best lawyers in America, including as a "Southern California Super Lawyer" by Los Angeles magazine in its February 2004 issue.

Mr. Weissmann received both his undergraduate and law degrees from UCLA, in 1951 and 1954, respectively.



Films Distribution acts as a sales agent for both library pictures and new feature films, on the international marketplace as well as in domestic distribution in France.

At present, Films Distribution has a slate of 30 new features to be sold or pre-sold internationally and handles a library of approximately 550 features, a hundred of them to be sold worldwide.

Films Distribution is present at all major professional events: Berlin, AFM, MIPs, Cannes, Mifed and most major festivals.




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