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Film entrepreneur draws mixed reviews
Film entrepreneur draws mixed reviews

Wade Bradley sells the Hollywood dream. But unlike the stories on screen, the ending isn't always happy, some of his investors claim. Bradley's Media Society Inc. solicits wealthy people to invest in a slate of independent films that it produces and distributes through a subsidiary, with the minimum investment set at $150,000. If the movies make money, investors get a share of the profits. Investors also get perks that few companies can offer, including trips to the Sundance Film Festival, Oscar parties at a swank West Hollywood hotel and visits to film sets, where a chance encounter with a movie star isn't out of the question. Ivan Williams, an executive at...

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