Co-Owner Ron Tutor Sells His Stake in Miramax 17 weeks ago
Construction billionaire Ron Tutor has sold his minority stake in the Miramax film library to co-owner Qatar Investment Authority, a person...
By Todd Cunningham
Citing unnamed source, wire service says companies are nearing agreement worth "north of $100 million over five years"
Mitzi Reaugh named senior vice president, will work on digital initiatives
Studio confirms sequel to foul-mouthed Christmas film in the works with original star
Longtime studio executive will lead company's worldwide home distribution efforts
Pact covers distribution for library titles and upcoming films such as "The Debt"
Included are the "From Dusk Till Dawn” trilogy, “Music of the Heart,” “Marvin’s Room,” “Tsotsi” and “Becoming Jane”
FilmDistrict will release the horror film, which was delayed by Disney's sale of Miramax
Studios will distribute home entertainment titles from Miramax library
Citing a failure to comply with the court, federal judge says three companies will be administered by a trustee
John Madden-directed spy thriller starring Helen Mirren and Sam Worthington will premiere on August 31
Profits soar to $1.3 billion, overall revenues rise 10 percent to $10.7 billion
'Last Night,' which makes screenwriter Massy Tadjedin's directorial debut, will be released in the Spring
Miramax veteran has offer on the table to run Bob and Harvey's TV division
Krista Wegener and Thomas Moreno have also joined the company as VPs
Weinstein will finance and own most of the sequels. First up will likely be "Bad Santa" and "Swingers" for tv
The studio's new chief talks its rich catalog, digital distribution and his plans to make Ron Tutor's $660 million bauble pay
Lang advised Filmyard in its acquisition of film library full of modern classics
(Updated) Disney officially announces that it has sold the studio behind "Pulp Fiction" and "Shakespeare in Love"
Search giant in deal discussion with Ron Tutor's Filmyard Holdings
Lang played a key role in News Corp's acquisitions of Hulu and MySpace
The Weinsteins bring back the former Miramax executive to run production at their newly capitalized company
The Weinstein Company also has pushed Julian Schnabel's "Miral" to March 2011
Film financier says unpaid bills at Mandalay are personal
Film financier says he never dispute the two companies were insolvent
The sense of transition is palpable at this year's festival, where existential business worries overshadow the films
Philanthropist Jerome Swartz is still a minority investor in the studio
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation