We are a boutique story telling production company that has created film in the United States for brands like, Netflix, Hasbro, Nickelodeon, Tidal, NPG Records, Prince, India Arie, Benchmark Entertainment, ABC Family, Focus Features, Lifetime and more. NM Films offers clients a chance to amplify their authentic voice and creativly expand their brand.



Founder Nandy McClean has been working in the entertainment industry for the past 10 years as a singer, dancer, choreographer, musician, and actress in film, TV, theater and live shows such as, Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge, the Australian production of Disney's The Lion King, Australian Idol, and various films, TV shows, commercials and music videos.  After making her mark in Australia she relocated to Los Angeles to pursue her career as a singer with her twin sister Maya. They booked the gig of a life time back up singing and dancing for music legend Prince for 10 years, performing in large televised events such as the 2007 Super Bowl half time show, Brit Awards, ALMA Awards, BET Awards, and American Idol. She also performed along side the purple one on his world tours, Earth Tour, Welcome 2 America Tour, and Welcome 2 Australia Tour. 

Nandy and her sister Maya then went on to pursue a career in music releasing their first début EP Target Practice  as band Heroine December. Their first single Balloon featured guitar arraignments by Prince  and featured legendary percussionist Sheila E. Nandy then went onto executive produce Prince's sexy music video "Breakfast Can Wait" awakening her passion for the visual arts. She then went on to photograph and produce, and direct promotional videos for Prince's last record "HITNRUN."  

Currently while in post on her first short film BLIND she is freelancing as a 2nd AD, director, photographer, writer, producer and is founder of production company NM Films of which and she is in the early stages of development to produce its first lifestyle reality TV show "Home Share Hunters,"  and first feature film based on the life of the soul jazz singer Etta James.

Hardest working woman in the industry
— Actor Terrence Howard