Bette Midler and Bonnie Bruckheimer’s All Girl Prods. has added two creative affairs veeps to its staff, with plans to expand its development activities.
Stan Chervin, a director of creative affairs at TriStar for the past two years, replaces recently departed VP Judy Dytman.
Dytman left this past June after 3 1/2 years at the company. Chervin joined TriStar in 1988 as a staff reader.
Andy Fickman joined All Girl from Gene Wilder’s Pal-Mel Prods., where he was a VP of development for three years. Prior to that, he worked at Triad Artists, where he booked comedy acts and assisted Bill Gross in creating the agency’s comedy packaging department.
Chervin and Fickman join All Girl’s creative affairs VP Melanie Ray, who has been at the company for the past eight months.
“We want to expand our development slate and we think the expertise of Stan and Andy will enable us to do that effectively,” noted Bruckheimer.
All Girl’s upcoming productions are the Indian Guides feature “Pals Forever” for Disney and “Gypsy,” a CBS movie starring Midler, which the company is co-producing with Storyline Prods.
Midler is currently before the cameras on Disney’s movie “Hocus Pocus,” which Bruckheimer is co-producing, with David Kirshner and Steven Haft producing. The pic will be released next summer.
All Girl has about 10 projects in various stages of development.