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Bold Films is an American independent film production and finance company.[1] Bold was founded in 2004 with the mission of producing talent-driven, studio-quality films, which have worldwide commercial appeal. Bold's first three films were Slingshot, Come Early Morning and Mini's First Time. In 2006 the company had its first hit, producing and financing the Golden Globe-nominated period piece Bobby, written and directed by Emilio Estevez. In 2009 Bold produced and released Joe Dante's 3D thriller The Hole, which Roger Ebert called the best use of 3D ever.[2] In 2010 Bold had its first major studio film Legion, which was co-financed and released by Screen Gems, a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment. In 2011 Bold co-produced and co-financed with OddLot Entertainment the critically acclaimed Drive starring Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan, for which director Nicolas Winding Refn won the Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival while also receiving accolades from the BAFTA Awards, The Golden Globes and Academy Awards. In 2014 the company garnered worldwide recognition for producing and financing the critically acclaimed films Nightcrawler starring Jake Gyllenhaal, and Whiplash with Blumhouse Productions, which received five Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture. Other awards nominations for the film include the Spirit Awards, PGA Awards, SAG Awards, and WGA Awards.

Bold Films
Private
IndustryFilm production
Television production
Founded2004
FounderMichel Litvak
Headquarters
Key people
  • Gary Michael Walters (CEO)
  • Rob Mitchell (CFO)
  • Jon Oakes (SVP, Creative)
ProductsMotion Pictures
Number of employees
15
Website[1]

The company also produces content for television, including the short-lived ABC series Black Box, and the Syfy series Dominion.

In February 2015, Bold Films opened offices in London, England.[3]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ staff. "Bold Films Production Company". Backstage. Retrieved 27 April 2015.
  2. ^ Thompson, Luke. "Joe Dante Tells "The Hole" Truth". Retrieved 27 September 2012.
  3. ^ McGregor, Kirsty (15 February 2015). "Bold Film productions launches new office space". De Vono. Retrieved 27 April 2015.
  4. ^ Pedersen, Erik (2015-11-30). "Bold Films Boards Barbie History 'Barbie & Ruth'; Reese Witherspoon Eyed To Star". Deadline. Retrieved 2017-06-07.

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