Bianca Goodloe / Business Affairs
Bianca Goodloe is an attorney specializing in entertainment law and film finance, representing international private equity investors, private entertainment lenders, tax credit brokers, investment managing companies, sales agents, production companies and talent agencies.
She has advised on over 2 billion USD in independent and studio film financing and distribution (including the franchises of Nicholas Sparks, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Lara Croft, Rush Hour, the Borne franchise, the Mission Impossible franchise, etc.) for Warner Bros., Paramount Pictures, New Line Cinema, Universal Pictures, Miramax Films, Endemol Group B.V., MGM, Tristar, Sony, Netflix, and an array of independent producers, comprising in excess of 250 feature film and television productions. A particular area of her focus has been on international co-productions as she is a member of the California Bar Association, the New York Bar Association, the Washington D.C. Bar Association, a registered foreign advocate with the European Union.
In addition to advising on the development, financing, production and distribution of film and television productions, multi-media content, equity/debt media investment structures, licensing/sales agreements within all media, bridge, mezzanine and senior debt facilities, housekeeping deals, first look and second look deals, P&A and merchandising commitments, bi- and multi-lateral co-production deals, above/below the line talent deals and related production legal agreements, Ms. Goodloe has also advised the U.S., European and other governments on audiovisual production tax credit policy (Czech Republic, Romania, Italy, Germany, Slovakia, Bhutan, Singapore, India, Connecticut, the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, etc.). Concurrent to her participation in Goodloe Law, Ms. Goodloe has also architected innovative insurance-backed products underwriting studio P&A risk.
Finally, Ms. Goodloe is also an adjunct professor at New York University (her alma mater) and University of California Los Angeles.
Screen Singapore, Winston Baker Film Finance and Co-production Panel
Toronto International Film Festival, Independent Film Finance
Cannes Film Festival, Financing and European Co-Production
Sundance Film Festival, Social Impact Film Investment
Tribeca Film Festival, Guerilla Filmmaking
Santa Barbara International Film Festival, State of Film Distribution
Palm Springs International Film Festival, Innovative Investing in Film
BFI, London, English Language Co-production Film Financing