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Media Rights Capital Film Division
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…
CBS Films has tapped Lionsgate exec Wolfgang Hammer to replace Bruce Tobey as chief operating officer.
Just hours after his first big studio vehicle, "Speed Racer," sputtered at the box office on its opening weekend, Emile Hirsch dropped his UTA agent Shani Rosenzweig.
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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