Ehrlich forms own firm

Producer-writer Roseanne Ehrlich, a former executive at Paramount Pictures and Jaffe/Lansing Prods., has formed Roseanne Ehrlich Prods.

Before starting her own venture, which will be based in Los Angeles, Ehrlich was a production VP for P.E.A. Films.

While there, she developed, with Alberto Grimaldi, Dashiell Hammett’s “Red Harvest,” in addition to “The Siege of Leningrad,” two feature films that are set to begin production in summer 1993.

Another project, “Chantilly Lace,” which she produced with Linda Yellen, is scheduled to premiere on the Showtime network next spring.

From 1987-1991, Ehrlich was a production VP at Jaffe/Lansing Prods., where she worked with Stanley Jaffe and Sherry Lansing on a number of projects, including “The Accused,””Black Rain” and “School Ties.”

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