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The author objects to the deletion of this article on the grounds that there are substantial references in the show business literature to the founder of this firm. He is a major producer and innovative force in independent film.

Nehst Studios was created by Larry Meistrich, a major film producer, and this entry will include material about his history, previous ventures, and activities in the formation of Nehst. Meistrich has been covered in the IMDB, internet movie database, Meistrich has produced among the following feature films:

Larry Meistrich

Mechina: A Preparation (2007) (executive producer) The Memsahib (2006) (executive producer) The Numbers (2005) (executive producer) The Ecology of Love (2004) (producer) Friday Night Fever (2004) (executive producer) Daddy and Them (2001) (producer) ... aka Daddy & Them (USA: DVD box title) Julie Johnson (2001) (producer) Once in the Life (2000) (executive producer) Everything for a Reason (2000) (executive producer) Chinese Coffee (2000) (producer) You Can Count on Me (2000) (producer)

The Bumblebee Flies Anyway (1999) (producer) A Glance Away (1999) (executive producer) The Minus Man (1999) (executive producer) The 24 Hour Woman (1999) (producer) Belly (1998) (producer) Strangeland (1998) (executive producer) ... aka Dee Snider's StrangeLand (USA: promotional title) Frogs for Snakes (1998) (executive producer) Henry Fool (1997) (executive producer) Niagara, Niagara (1997) (executive producer) Illtown (1996) (executive producer) Sling Blade (1996) (executive producer) Paulie (1996) (producer) The Last Home Run (1996) (producer) Layin' Low (1996) (executive producer) Zoya (1995) (TV) (line producer: New York) ... aka Danielle Steel's 'Zoya' Drunks (1995) (executive producer) New Jersey Drive (1995) (producer) Cafe Society (1995) (co-producer) Comfortably Numb (1995) (executive producer) Hand Gun (1994) (producer) Laws of Gravity (1992) (producer) Theory of Achievement (1991) (producer) Ambition (1991/II) (associate producer) Miscellaneous Crew: 2000s 1990s Zombie Honeymoon (2004) (distribution consultant)

Niagara, Niagara (1997) (production executive) Sling Blade (1996) (production executive) A Shock to the System (1990) (production assistant) Basket Case 2 (1990) (location assistant) Actor: Niagara, Niagara (1997) .... Police Officer Trouble (1995) (as 'Headless' Larry Meistrich) .... In Photos Hand Gun (1994) .... Sam Laws of Gravity (1992) .... Pete Ambition (1991/II) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: Hand Gun (1994) (assistant director) Daughters of the Dust (1991) (assistant director) Thanks: Hudson River Blues (1997) (special thanks) ... aka Family Blues (Australia: cable TV title) Spanking the Monkey (1994) (special thanks)

Meistrich was one of the most famous indie film producers, as well as having "discovered" Billy Bob Thornton, Edie Falco, Mischa Barton, and Sam Rockwell. His activities have been covered in all movie trades - Variety, Hollywood Reporter, Premiere - and many consumer newspapers.

Cityisland 13:20, 9 July 2007 (UTC)