Co-Chief Executive Officer

Amanda Lundberg co-heads 42West’s Entertainment Marketing Division. Widely regarded as one of the most innovative and creative film publicists in the business, Lundberg has been instrumental in developing and overseeing hundreds of film-release campaigns, awards campaigns, festival launches, and publicity initiatives for studios, financing and production companies as well as for individual filmmakers and talent.

In recent years, Lundberg’s efforts have included campaigns for such films as “Carrie (2013),” “One Direction: This Is Us,” successful Academy Awards® campaigns including, “The Impossible” and “Life of Pi,” “Red State,” “Warrior,” “Friends With Benefits,” “Rabbit Hole,” “All Good Things,” “Catfish,” “Easy A,” “The Kids Are All Right,” “Kick Ass,” “Hot Tub Time Machine,” “Precious,” “The September Issue,” “I Love You Philip Morris,” “The Messenger,” “Valkyrie,” “Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist,” “The Visitor,” “Rescue Dawn,” “Rocky Balboa,” “Running With Scissors,” “Sketches of Frank Gehry,” and the Academy Award®-winning “Crash".

Lundberg also represents a diverse slate of actors, directors, writers, and producers, including Miguel Arteta, John Carney, Bill Condon, Tom Cruise, R.J. Cutler, Guillermo del Toro, Peter and Bobby Farrelly, Paul Feig, Craig Gillespie, Wally Pfister, Shawn Levy, Larry McMurtry, Mike Mills, Diana Ossana, Mary Parent, Scott Stuber, David Wain, Scott Waugh, Chris Weitz and Mike White, to name a few. In addition, Lundberg has played a pioneering role in helping filmmakers and financiers self-distribute their films—most notably with “Valentino: The Last Emperor,” which broke box-office records to become one of the first self-distributed films to gross more than $1 million theatrically.

Prior to joining 42West, Lundberg was Executive Vice President of Worldwide Public Relations at Miramax Films, developing and overseeing publicity campaigns for such major motion pictures as “The Aviator,” ,” “Finding Neverland,” “Shall We Dance,” “Hero,” “Kill Bill: Volumes 1 & 2,” “Cold Mountain,” “Chicago,” “Dirty Pretty Things,” “Gangs of New York,” “Frida,” “City of God,” “Cinema Paradiso,” "My Left Foot," “Sex, Lies and Videotape,” "Scandal," "Pelle the Conquer," and “The Thin Blue Line,” among many others. Lundberg also served for several years as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Publicity at MGM, where she oversaw the studio’s international public relations efforts and was one of the key executives responsible for reinvigorating the James Bond franchise by developing and executing publicity campaigns for “Goldeneye,” “Tomorrow Never Dies,” and “The World Is Not Enough.”