BondIt Media Capital was founded by industry professionals looking for a progressive solution to an ongoing issue — access to reliable production / feature film / entertainment funding.
Founded in 2013 by partners Matthew Helderman and Luke Taylor, BondIt has established itself as an industry leading film and media finance firm. Since inception BondIt has participated in the financing of over 250+ feature film and television projects ranging from micro-budgets to studio level projects.
Recent projects include Ira Sach’s Little Men, starring Greg Kinnear and Alfred Molina, which premiered domestically at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and internationally at the 2016 Berlin Film Festival — and was released by Magnolia Pictures theatrically across the US. Aftermath starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and set to be released by Lionsgate in 2017, King Cobra starring James Franco and Christian Slater which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival and released by IFC in 2016, The Brits Are Coming starring Uma Thurman, Tim Roth, Sofia Vergara, Parker Posey and Stephen Fry was co-produced with legendary producer Cassian Elwes and is set for release in 2018, 31 directed by Rob Zombie and set to be released by Lionsgate and Saban in late 2016, and The Journey Is The Destination which premiered at the 2016 Toronto Film Festival.
BondIt Media Capital can assist with projects needs ranging from:
- SAG / DGA / IATSE Union Deposit Loans
- Domestic and international pre-sale / licensing agreement / MG loans
- Domestic and international tax credits / rebates / grants loans
- Bridge loans
- Working capital / receivable factoring for media / entertainment companies
- Gap loans