Attorneys whose recent deals and court battles have changed the shape of entertainment
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Mark Gill is back on the Croisette in Cannes for the 21st consecutive year, a week after shuttering his 4-year-old indie, the Film Department -- and full of optimism.
Mark Gill and Neal Sacker close down their four-year-old indie, The Film Department.
Mark Gill and Neil Sacker's the Film Department may have had to pull its initial public offering, but the process may not have been for naught.
The Film Department has bought "True Memoirs of an International Assassin," an action-comedy penned by Jeff Morris.
The Film Department is fast-tracking romantic comedy "The Pre-Nup," snapping up Jason Graham and Haley Gilbert Fisher's script and starting discussions with directors.
Veteran exec Bernd Stephan has been named chief financial officer at The Film Department, Mark Gill and Neil Sacker's newly minted indie banner.
While festgoers basked in the early spring-like sunshine, Haskell Wexler, James Woods and Debbie Reynolds basked in the limelight at the 12th edition of the Santa Barbara Intl. Film Fest. Besides…
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