Having just made a final $40 million payment to settle its years-old credit lifeline with Goldman Sachs, The Weinstein Company is now mulling a new production fund, reviewing pitches from banks and…
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Relativity Media has secured $300 million in revolving credit from Comerica Bank and Union Bank.
Despite the credit crunch, there are still people willing to loan money for film production. But there are fewer of them, they're lending less, and they're doing it more slowly.
Entertainment finance specialist Carolyn Hunt has joined the Century City offices of law firm Loeb & Loeb as a partner
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2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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