Entertainment One (eOne) has inked a deal to administer all music publishing assets owned by film and television studio BRON.
eOne has provided music services on various BRON productions, including current films Monster, Drunk Parents, and the animated feature Henchmen.
eOne also provided music services on BRON’s Welcome To Me, Meadowland, and The Philosophy of Phil.
Chris Taylor, eOne’s Global President, Music, says, “We are so excited to be working with Aaron L. Gilbert and his BRON team to administer the various music publishing assets of the company.
“We’ve had so much success with BRON, providing music services on many of the company’s projects. It’s great to add this to the portfolio of services we can provide.”
“We are so excited to be working with Aaron L. Gilbert and his BRON team to administer the various music publishing assets of the company.”
Chris Taylor, eOne
BRON is the studio behind productions such as the soon-to-be-released Roman J. Israel, Esq. starring Denzel Washington, Jason Reitman’s Tully, the Oscar-winning Fences (pictured), and The Birth of a Nation.
The studio is in production now on The Front Runner (from co-writer/director Jason Reitman starring Hugh Jackman), and The Willoughbys (from writer/director Kris Pearn, starring Ricky Gervais, Maya Rudolph) and is in post-production on The Red Sea Diving Resort, Assassination Nation, Monster, The Nightingale, My Abandonment, and Drunk Parents.
“Since Chris joined eOne he’s put together a great, creative publishing team that helps BRON in many ways. This extension of our relationship made a lot of sense for us at this stage. eOne can make sure we are administering these rights properly while we focus on growing our film and TV business,” adds BRON’s CEO Aaron L. Gilbert.
BRON is headquartered in Burnaby, BC, Canada with offices in Los Angeles, New York, and Toronto.Music Business Worldwide