Latin America distributor extends deal with D'works

Hopewell, John
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/31/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 68, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that DreamWorks SKG LLC has renewed a free television and basic pay television output deal with Latin American distributor Pedro Leda, president of Argentina-based Ledafilms. Acquisition of rights to films, such as "Shrek," "Gladiator" and "A.I."; Purchase of telenovela and comedy productions.


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