Film industry marketing executive Geoffrey Ammer, who was most recently president of worldwide marketing at Relativity Media but resigned after less than six months in the post in August 2010, died…
Ryan Kavanaugh's Relativity Media has dated its first three releases, formalizing its evolution from a financier and production company to mini-major after absorbing Overture Films' distribution and…
Relativity Media has tapped former Sony marketing prexy Geoffery Ammer to head up its marketing efforts.
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At Thursday night's "Spanglish" preem, helmer-scribe James L. Brooks explained how he cast Spanish thesp and Penelope Cruz clone, Paz Vega to play a Mexican maid.
Before "Closer" unspooled Nov. 22 at the Village Theater, helmer Mike Nichols cautioned the aud: "For those who are here for the 'SpongeBob' screening, you are so in the wrong theater."
Sony Pictures, overseas distributor of "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines," colonized Pierre Cardin's famous Palais Bulles for a gonzo, latenight launch party sponsored by MTV.
Sony Pictures Entertainment will open a London office to coordinate the theatrical division's worldwide efforts in promotions and product placement.
Marking the second high-profile exec departure in as many days, Blaise Noto has ankled Columbia Pictures as executive VP of publicity, promotion and field operations.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has formally announced the hiring of Wendy Lightbourn, a longtime Fox publicity exec who joined Sony last September.
Revolution has tapped Geoffrey Bossiere, former general manager of 20th Century Fox Japan, to oversee international marketing and distribution for the Sony-based studio.