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Hlinomaz going ‘Stateside’

Exec joins Seven Hills Pictures as vp

Bonnie Hlinomaz has joined Seven Hills Pictures as vp of features production and will also produce company’s upcoming “Stateside” with producer Robert Greenhut.

Prior to joining Seven Hills, Hlinomaz worked with filmmaker Penny Marshall for ten years, and was also associate producer on “The Preacher’s Wife,” postproduction supervisor on “Renaissance Man,” and worked with Jonathan Demme and Robert De Niro on De Niro’s only directorial outing “A Bronx Tale.”

At Seven Arts, Hlinomaz will be responsible for supervising, creating and developing new pix for the company, which announced at Cannes an $8 million investment in Robbie and Ellen Little’s First Look Media.

First Look deal

“Bonnie has terrific contacts in the industry and is well-liked by everyone,” said Seven Hills prexy Reverge Anselmo. “She is one of the most hard-working, trustworthy people I know and she will be a wonderful addition to our team.”

Seven Hills previously produced writer/director Anselmo’s “The Outfitters,” which premiered at Sundance and “Lover’s Prayer” starring Julie Walters and Kirsten Dunst.

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