Prior to her role as first assistant to Media Rights Capital co-CEOs Asif Satchu and Modi Wiczyk, Settli had never worked in film, television or, for that matter, anywhere near the entertainment…
Media Rights Capital Film Division
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CBS Films has tapped Lionsgate exec Wolfgang Hammer to replace Bruce Tobey as chief operating officer.
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Despite a worldwide credit crunch, equity funding is still pouring into the movie business. Media Rights Capital has committed $250 million to fully finance eight films.
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