Andreen, Kim join Warners unit

Kit, Zorianna
August 2003
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;8/19/2003, Vol. 379 Issue 48, p6
Continuing to augment its staff, Warner Independent Pictures (WIP), the freshly launched specialty film unit under Warner Bros. Entertainment Group, has appointed Michael Andreen as executive vp production and Laura Kim as executive vp marketing and publicity. The duo join Paul Federbush and Traccy Bing, who joined WIP last week as senior vp production and acquisitions and vp production and acquisitions, respectively. Andreen, who most recently was senior vp production at 20th Century Fox, returns to Warner Bros. Pictures, where he was vp production from 1995-99.


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