UTA has promoted film agent Jeremy Barber to become the percentery's 19th partner.
Markets & Festivals
Jack Lechner has inked a first-look deal with Washington Square Arts & Films.
Regent Releasing has acquired Lynn Roth's period drama "The Little Traitor," starring Alfred Molina as a British officer in occupied Palestine.
A&E has expanded its slate of ghost-and-goblin-themed nonfiction series, greenlighting the skein "Paranormal Cops."
The economy is a real drag on swag. It's definitely the time of year for freebies, with at least six Golden Globes gifting suites scheduled over the weekend.
Showtime is developing an hourlong drama from "Bridges of Madison County" scribe Richard LaGravenese focused on an open marriage.
Universal Studios has tapped Sean Gamble as executive VP and chief financial officer.
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