10 Producers to Watch - 2000
Lot 47 Films has tapped Mary Ann Hult VP of publicity and Dawn Altyn VP of distribution services.
France's largest exhibitor, UGC Cine Cite, has backed down for the moment over its controversial cheap-rate pass, which gives moviegoers unlimited entry to cinemas.
Based on the assumption that every generation needs to have its own folkloric dance film, "Center Stage" revisits the turf of such quintessentially '70s works as "The Turning Point" (classic ballet)…
In one of his first concrete steps for his nascent company, former Disney chieftain Joe Roth has set up an overall five-year output deal with Germany's Senator Films. The deal gives Senator all…
Ten to Watch, Producers, 2000
Phoenix Pictures has acquired spec script "Frozen" from tyro feature scribes Jonathan Gruber and Erik Bress.
MeesPierson Bank will 100% underwrite three English-lingo films from Mulholland Pictures, the Dutch outfit headed by actor Jeroen Krabbe, producer Ate de Jong and writer Edwin de Vries.
Ten to Watch, Producers - 2000
“The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys” co-star Emile Hirsch is repped by manager Sam Maydew at Pop Art Entertainment. Information was unclear in Monday's paper.
FilmFour has entered a co-production alliance with Warner Bros., which will kick off with Gillian Armstrong's "Charlotte Gray," starring Cate Blanchett.