Barry Littman has been promoted to senior VP business and legal affairs at Miramax.
Littman, who has been working in Miramax’s L.A. office for the past two years, will continue negotiating deals covering all aspects of Miramax’s feature film business, including development, production, acquisitions and co-financing. He reports to Miramax co-president of production Bob Osher.
Littman worked on “Kill Bill,” “The Great Raid” and “Havana Nights.” Littman also worked on the first two seasons of HBO series “Project Greenlight,” the films that came out of those shows and the company’s acquisition of rights to the Osbourne family’s television series.
He also helped negotiate co-financing on “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” and German tax-driven investments for “Chicago” and “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.”
Before joining Miramax in 2001 as a VP, Littman served as VP business and legal affairs at Peter Guber’s Mandalay Pictures, where he worked on films such as “Sleepy Hollow” “Enemy at the Gates” and “The Score.” He was also involved in negotiating Mandalay’s international financing partnerships.