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Groundswell is an independent financing and production company founded by Michael London in February 2006 and headquartered in Los Angeles.
The company is currently in post-production on All Good Things, directed by Andrew Jarecki and starring Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Frank Langella, to be released by The Weinstein Company. Also awaiting release is The Informant directed by Steven Soderbergh starring Matt Damon, to be released by Warner Brothers and The Marc Pease Experience, to be released by Paramount Vantage, directed by Todd Louiso, starring Jason Schwartzman and Ben Stiller; Recent releases include Milk, directed by Gus Van Sant, starring Sean Penn, James Franco, Emile Hirsch and Josh Brolin; The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (based on the Michael Chabon novel), starring Jon Foster, Sienna Miller, Peter Sarsgaard, Mena Suvari and Nick Nolte; Appaloosa, directed by Ed Harris, who also stars opposite Viggo Mortensen, Renee Zellweger and Jeremy Irons; Smart People, directed by Noam Murro, starring Dennis Quaid, Thomas Haden Church, Sarah Jessica Parker and Ellen Page; and Tom McCarthy’s The Visitor starring Richard Jenkins.
Groundswell’s financing includes $70 million in capital from TPG-Axon and $135 million in debt from a syndicate of banks led by Comerica. The deal calls for Groundswell to make five films per year over the next five years with budgets in the $5-$25 million range.
London, who serves as the company’s CEO, is an Academy-Award nominated producer who has produced such films as King of California, The Illusionist, The Family Stone, Sideways, House of Sand and Fog, Thirteen, The Guru and 40 Days and 40 Nights.
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