New Regency gives rise to slew of exex

Arnon Milchan’s New Regency Prods. has promoted several members of its staff and creative and production team.

Patrick Crowley was promoted to executive vice president of production, from his previous post as senior VP of physical production. He takes on new responsibilities in creative development.

Caryn Landau has been named senior veep of production, from VP of production. Kara Francis has been named director of creative affairs. And Alexandra Milchan, who has been VP of Regency Vision, will retain her title, but take on broadened responsibilities as a member of the overall Regency creative team. They join Dan Levine, who was upped to VP of production last year.

Regency chairman and CEO Michael Nathanson recently departed his post to become president of MGM Pictures. In the interim, his duties will be filled by president David Matalon.

Crowley joined Regency in 1994 as VP of physical production, and moved to senior VP a year later. Earlier, he was executive producer on “Legends of the Fall” and “Sleepless in Seattle,” co-producer of “True Believer” and “Robocop 2” and producer of “Robocop 3.”

Landau joined Regency in 1991, and has worked on development of pics such as “Murder at 1600,” “The Devil’s Advocate,” and “Free Willy 3.” Francis joined Regency in 1994 after working for Donner/Shuler-Donner Prods.

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