Who We Are

Bradley Thomas Kuykendall – Producer

Trash - ShowBradley has been a very successful entertainer and business man over the years. When he first came to Los Angeles he was an actor, singer and writer. A member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA, he has performed the leads in dozens of theatrical shows and has been seen on TV and films.

After 5 years in LA, Bradley moved to Nashville and formed his own band, singing and touring all over the US for the next 8 years. Then after deciding to raise his son, he quit performing and went into business. He has owned and sold 3 successful nightclubs and owned and ran a mortgage company in Nashville for 12 years where he had a staff of 15.

After the fall of the mortgage market in 2008 and his son grown, Bradley decided it was time to move back out to Los Angeles and pursue his passions once again and use the business knowledge he has gained to produce productions he is passionate about.

His greatest strength: Being able to see the big picture and making it happen.

Lonnie Ramati – Executive Business Affairs

Lonnie Ramati

Lonnie speaks at American Film Ma

Lonnie Ramati, Executive Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs, began working for Millennium Films and Nu Image, Inc. in 2002.  With more than 30 years’ experience in business affairs, legal and financial services for the entertainment industry, Ramati’s purview at Millennium Films/Nu Image is in contracts and agreements for productions, talent, finance, distribution, soundtracks/albums and music publishing, globally.

Born in New York City, Ramati attended Princeton University, graduating Phi Beta Kappa in the top 1% of his class. He received his Juris Doctorate from Osgoode Hall Law School, one of Canada’s largest and most prestigious law schools. After graduating in the top 5% of his class at Osgoode, Ramati practiced music and film entertainment law in Toronto, Ontario and Vancouver, British Columbia.

Ramati’s move to a career in business affairs began when he relocated to Los Angeles, CA.

Since then, he has worked for more than 40 Independent Film and Television Alliance distribution companies as well as film and television’s foremost distributors, foreign and domestic.

The numerous companies Ramati worked are Carolco and its Live Entertainment (Artisan Entertainment), Telefilm Canada and Mark Damon’s Vision International. His Carolco film credits include: Superman and Supergirl; Roman Polanski’s The Pirate; First Blood, Rambo and Rambo III starring Sylvester Stallone; Angel Heart starring Mickey Rourke; Red Heat with Arnold Schwarzenegger; Extreme Prejudice starring Nick Nolte;  and Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It.  As Vice President of Business Affairs for Vision, Ramati worked on such films as High Spirits starring Peter O’Toole, Daryl Hannah and Steve Guttenberg; Bat 21 starring Gene Hackman and Danny Glover; Full Moon In Blue Water with Gene Hackman and Teri Garr; Wild Orchid starring Mickey Rourke; and I Come In Peace with Dolph Lundgren.

Eventually, Ramati formed his own firm providing consultation in business affairs, business management, finance and distribution.  After 14 years being his own boss, Millennium Films/Nu Image persuaded him to join their rapidly growing company.