Some of the top indie-minded entrepreneurs in entertainment are finding their way to Cherry Lane Music Publishing. On the heels of Quincy Jones's move to the indie publisher is the company formed by hit film producers Bob and Harvey Weinstein.

Cherry Lane will administer and exploit all music and soundtracks owned by the Weinstein Co., formed in 2005 by the brothers who founded Miramax Films, including the company's Dimension Films.

"What makes [Cherry Lane] stand out is their ability to go beyond basic administration of a catalog," says Peter Hurwitz, general counsel for the Weinstein Co. "We are two very like-minded companies that will mutually benefit from working together."

Music from Weinstein films covered under the deal include "School for Scoundrels," "Scary Movie 4" and a share of "Derailed." Music from upcoming films under the deal includes "Factory Girl," starring Sienna Miller and Guy Pearce, and "The Nanny Diaries," starring Scarlett Johansson and Paul Giamatti.

"Cherry Lane has worked for the past 45 years to build a broad-based catalog that includes the entire spectrum of music, including classic songs, film scores, sports-related music, animated cartoons, to name just some of the areas we cover," Cherry Lane CEO Peter Primont says. "We are very proud to be bringing the classic songs of Quincy Jones and the freshest sounds in film scores from the Weinstein Company into the Cherry Lane family."