Stacey Snider

LaPorte, Nicole
July 2006
Daily Variety;7/28/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 18, pA26
Trade Publication
The article profiles CEO Stacey Snider of Dreamworks SKG LLC. With Snider's suggestion, the company is now focusing on smaller-budgeted specialty motion pictures. One of the films in production stage is "The Kite Runner," directed by Marc Forster. She is also behind the recruitment of Susannah Grant to write a story about a homeless musician.


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