Settling in for lunch about two weeks ago in Saint-Tropez, Harvey Weinstein sat across from the former rival who took away his prized Miramax just three years before. Weinstein and Tom Barrack, the…
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Colony Capital announced Monday that chairman and chief executive officer Tom Barrack would head Miramax as its new chairman, filling the position Richard Nanula abruptly vacated last month. The…
Richard Nanula has taken a leave of absence from Colony Capital, a spokesperson for the company confirmed. Nanula’s unexpected departure comes nearly two weeks after photos surfaced on TheDirty.com…
Construction billionaire Ron Tutor has sold his stake in Miramax to co-owner Qatar Investment Authority amidst questions about the library's future.
Miramax has promoted Joe Patrick and Beth Minehart to exec VP of worldwide television and exec VP, global digital, respectively.
Miramax investor Colony Capital is preparing to take the reins of LodgeNet Interactive Corp., inking a deal to give the company that distribs movies and TV shows to hotels a $60 million cash infusion.
Film financier David Bergstein claims in a lawsuit filed Monday that Miramax owes him millions of dollars and 3.33% of the company for his role in its sale from Disney.
Get ready to meet the new Miramax.
Netflix has sealed a deal with Miramax for streaming rights to 700 films including Oscar-winning titles "Shakespeare in Love" and "Good Will Hunting."
Miramax has partnered with Lionsgate and StudioCanal to distribute more than 550 Miramax titles on home entertainment platforms worldwide.
After months of negotiations and financial wrangling, Ron Tutor and Filmyard Holdings' consortium of investors are now the official owners of Miramax.
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