Alice Neuhauser successfully developed a major commercial real estate project, assisted lenders in maximizing the value of distressed assets and managed the day-to-day operations of independent film companies. Over the course of her career, Ms. Neuhauser has arranged and managed project financing for motion picture budgets ranging from $2 million to $100 million totaling approximately one half a billion dollars. Such financings included some of the largest independently financed pictures including Terminator 2 (starring Arnold Schwarzenegger) and Cliffhanger (starring Sylvester Stallone).
More recently, Ms. Neuhauser coordinated the financing of produced pictures including Oscar-nominated 3:10 to Yuma
(starring Russell Crowe), The Forbidden Kingdom (with Jackie Chan and Jet Li), The Bank Job, Brothers, A Perfect Getaway, Nine, Spy Next Door, Dear John, Season of the Witch, Fighter, Limitless, Haywire and The Immortals. Ms. Neuhauser also managed two $100 million revolving film production credit facilities with two separate syndicates of banks, which helped finance such movies as Basic Instinct (starring Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone) and Total Recall (starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone).