Brillstein-Grey pacts pics for Miramax first-looks

Carver, Benedict; Petrikin, Chris
June 1999
Variety;06/28/99-07/11/99, Vol. 375 Issue 7, p16
Trade Publication
Looks at the first-look film deal of talent management firm Brillstein-Grey Entertainment (BGE) with Miramax Films. Role of Michael Siegel and Matthew Baer of the motion picture division of BGE; Projects done by BGE and Miramax; Advantages of the deal.


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