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Podcast – Madeline Miller on brand partnerships

Australian expat Madeline Miller breaks down the US and Australian screen industries and working on brand partnerships in the latest James Bond film.

Splice of Madeline Miller headshot and an image of Daniel Craig as James Bond, sitting in a car. There is dirt and blood on his face.

Madeline Miller, No Time to Die

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Business affairs and global brand partnerships specialist Madeline Miller started out in the Australian screen industry as an entertainment lawyer and worked at Screen Australia before relocating to the US – a move that’s most recently led to work on the upcoming Bond feature, No Time to Die.

“I started doing things I just hadn’t done before in Australia,” she says of her time in the US. “So there was the… completion guarantor closings, negotiating really top tier talent deals, I was working with the guilds – that comes up a lot… Eventually I went to London and started working on the new James Bond film and became the production attorney on that.”

Throughout the podcast Madeline talks through the differences between the Australian and US screen industries, how she began working for Eon Productions first on the feature film The Rhythm Section and then on No Time to Die, how the brand partnerships for the latest Bond film work as a source of financing and promotion, and gives advice for Australians looking to explore the brand collaboration space, or keen to develop product partnerships for their next project.

The latest Bond film No Time to Die releases in Australian cinemas through Universal Pictures in 2021.

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