Attorneys for Charlie Rose say his accusers are trying to spin "routine interactions" into a claim for sexual harassment, and are looking to have their lawsuit thrown out.Rose was sued in May by three employees who allege that he made sexual comments and touched them inappropriately, and who say that they faced retaliation for speaking out. In a motion to dismiss filed in New York Supreme Court on Friday, Rose's attorneys contend that the accusers are exaggerating "threadbare" allegations in...
Woebcken acquired Studio Babelsberg with Christoph Fisser in 2004 from French media group Vivendi. Together, they restructured the studio complex and positioned it as a successful full-service production partner for international feature films.Founded in 1912, Studio Babelsberg is one of the world’s oldest large-scale studio complex and a leading service providers for feature films and TV productions in Europe.
In addition to his role as president and CEO of Studio Babelsberg, Woebcken also serves as managing director of the production services subsidiary Studio Babelsberg Motion Pictures as well as Babelsberg Film.
His recent producer credits include Gore Verbinski’s “A Cure for Wellness,” Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Steven Spielberg’s “Bridge of Spies” and Anthony and Joe Russo’s “Captain America: Civil War.” Before acquiring Studio Babelsberg, Woebcken worked as a management consultant at The Boston Consulting Group and subsequently in the management board of the Roland Berger & Partner consultancy. He also served as vice president of TV Loonland animation company in Munich, CEO of former Sony Music subsidiary Sunbow Entertainment in New York and as head of programming at Berlin Animation Film (BAF).