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2929 Entertainment
Offices: Santa Monica, California
Marc Butan runs 2929 Productions, a production and financing arm formed in 2003 and co-owned by Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban. Its productions to date include "Godsend" starring Robert De Niro, Greg Kinnear and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, "Criminal" starring John C Reilly and Maggie Gyllenhaal and produced by Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney, The Jacket, starring Adrien Brody and Keira Knightley and also produced by Soderbergh and Clooney, Good Night. And Good Luck.


Ascendant Pictures
Offices: Beverly Hills, California
Ascendant Pictures is an independent film development, production, finance and foreign distribution company. Ascendant combines the creative independence and budget sensibility of groundbreaking “indie” film companies with the production and market savvy of major studios. Ascendant is striving to identify, develop and produce films in a variety of genres with compelling stories and fascinating worlds that inspire and captivate global audiences while having the potential to grow into franchise entertainment properties.


BBC Films
Offices: London, England
BBC Films is the feature film-making arm of the BBC. It is firmly established at the forefront of British independent film-making and co-produces approximately eight films a year. Working in partnership with major international and UK distributors, including Miramax, PolyGram, Fox, Buena Vista, Pathé, Momentum and UIP, BBC Films aims to make strong British films with range and ambition. They are committed to finding and developing new talent, as well as collaborating with some of the foremost writers and directors in the industry, including Roger Michell and Stephen Frears.
Beacon Pictures
Offices: Santa Monica, California
Founded by Armyan Bernstein in 1990, Beacon Communications soon became one of the most respected independent motion picture companies in the industry. Beacon has produced many critically acclaimed and commercially successful films, including The Commitments, nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Picture in 1991 and winner of four BAFTA Awards; Air Force One, starring Harrison Ford; The Family Man, starring Nicolas Cage; Thirteen Days and For the Love of the Game, starring Kevin Costner.
Bender Spink
Offices: Hollywood, California
Bender Spink is a diversified management/production company specializing in initiating and managing the careers of screenwriters, directors and actors as well as producing film and television projects that communicate unique takes on universal themes. Besides a production team lead by Chris Bender, JC Spink and Jake Weiner that includes Jon Silk and Langley Perer, Bender-Spink features a talent department spearheaded by Courtney Kivowitz and Christian Donatelli, a television division lead by Julie Plec, and a literary department headed by Charlie Gogolak which features Dave Brown, Cory Hebenstreit, Jill McElroy and Brian Spink.
Brightlight Pictures
Offices: Vancouver, British Columbia
Brightlight Pictures develops, finances and produces independent feature films and television projects for the domestic and international marketplace. Company principals and producers, Stephen Hegyes and Shawn Williamson, have produced over 60 productions in the last 12 years and over 20 productions since the launch of the company in 2001 including White Noise, co-produced with Gold Circle Films UK starring Michael Keaton which has grossed more than $100 Million since opening in January of 2005.


Dark Horse Entertainment
Offices: Los Angeles, California
Founder Mike Richardson determined early on that great stories are great stories no matter the medium in which they're told. This belief led the publisher to explore the world of filmmaking, and started him on the path to Hollywood, where he established his own filmmaking company, Dark Horse Entertainment, in 1992. The company's first two major films' The Mask, starring Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz, and TimeCop, starring Jean Claude Van Damme—premiered to enthusiastic audiences who wondered where this hot new company had come from.