Nadia Bronson, the international marketing veteran who exited Universal Pictures after 24 years earlier this year, has formed Nadia Bronson Associates (NBA), her own international marketing and distribution consultancy. She has also entered into an affiliation with PR firm Dennis Davidson Associates (DDA) to work jointly on a number of films each year.
NBA has already signed up to work on two films with Ivan Reitman and Tom Pollock's Montecito Picture Company - Evolution which will be handled by Columbia TriStar internationally, and Killing Me Softly which has been sold internationally by Myriad Pictures.
Together NBA and DDA plan to offer a complete range of international distribution, marketing, publicity and public relations services and are already engaged on Mutual Film Co/Paramount's Tomb Raider, Intermedia's K-PAX on which Universal has domestic rights and Britney Spears-starrer What Friends Are For with Summit Entertainment and Jive Records.
Bronson will be based in Los Angeles but maintain an office in London.