NL distribution goes straight

Honeycutt, Kirk
May 1995
Hollywood Reporter;5/24/95, Vol. 337 Issue 20, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that New Line Cinema will switch from minimum-guarantee deals to straight distribution of its films in three major territories. Opening of a European office in London, England; Agreements with Entertainment Films for the United Kingdom, Neue Constantin for Germany and Austria, Village Roadshow for Australia and Gaga Communications for Japan; New Line projects.


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