Four German funds to back Yank TV and film prod'n

Kohl, Christina; Meza, Ed
July 2003
Daily Variety;7/29/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 17, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the release of funds by Berlin, Germany-based Chorus aimed for television and film productions in the U.S. Selection of Freemantle, Alliance Atlantis and Citadel Entertainment as potential partners for the projects; Amount of the annual investments of Chorus; Overview on the development of the Apollo funding.


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