Balagan Productions was founded in 2001 by producer Jonathan Weissler. To date we have produced 24 feature films around the world.
Hit films include The Brasserie (2001) starring Louis Koo and Gigi Leung which grossed $38m in cinemas and was the 5th highest grossing film of that year in Asia.
Jonathan is also the first western producer to shoot a Chinese film in China with the movie “Life, Translated” which we shot in 2003 in Shanghai and London.
Other movies include “In Your Dreams’ (2008) starring Linda Hamilton and Susan George and was produced with Sir David Frost and “Reuniting the Rubins" (2010) starring Timothy Spall and Rhona Mitra which we shot in London and South Africa. Other movies include “Booked Out” (2011) starring Rollo Weeks and Sylvia Syms and “White Lie,” (2013) a tense thriller starring Paul Bandey and David Birkin.
Balagan Productions has cultivated long term creative, financial and distribution partners around the world and its founder Jonathan Weissler regularly speaks at industry events and consults for several institutional financing houses.
In the world of commercials Balagan have produced over 500 spots around the world for many market leading clients including Gap, Nike, Pepsi, Huawei, San Miguel, Prada and Coca Cola. We have shot everything from large scale multinational campaigns with Hollywood stars and cutting edge VFX to simple shoots with a few actors in a room selling a much loved brand.