Executive Producer and film financier Tommy Vlahopoulos has signed across the board with Creative Artists Agency, along with his company Tommy V Productions. Founded in 2015, Tommy V Productions joined in November with Jeff Rice Films to create a bicoastal operation. Show More Summary
If you are interested in beer and writing, and maybe a little bourbon on the side, you might want to figure out a way to be in Lexington, Kentucky, the last day of September. Organizer Jeff Rice has announced the University of Kentucky will host Craft Writing: Beer, the Digital and Craft Culture for a […]
There’s a lot of impressive people behind Intruders, the home invasion slasher film that’s been nominated for a Golden Trailer Award. Jeff Rice Films (The Taking of Deborah Logan) produced with Lati Grobman and Christa Campbell (Texas Chainsaw 3D, Leatherface), Steven Schneider (Insidious, Paranormal Activity, The Visit) and even Erik Olsen (Orphan, The Reaping, The […]
Producer Jeff Rice of Jeff Rice Films has partnered with film financier/Producer Tommy Vlahopoulos of Tommy V Productions to expand Jeff Rice Films into a bicoastal operation, with offices in Beverly Hills and New York City. Vlahopoulos,...Show More Summary
“A writer named Jeff Rice died in Las Vegas on July 1. He was 71. And, to borrow the line from Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman,’ ‘attention must be paid.’” So writes TV critic Mark Dawidziak in the Cleveland...
When Jeff Rice, Senior Director of Sustainability at Walmart, confesses that consumer response to their progressive environmental strategy is virtually non-existent, the reality becomes clear that, more than 10 years into the modern sustainability movement, we are pedaling uphill, against the wind. Show More Summary
Jeff Rice, Wal-Mart’s director of sustainability, discusses key lessons he’s learned that are leading to the success of Wal-Mart’s sustainability program – how to measure what matters, integrate the metrics into the core business, and provide incentives.
As if Penn State's football program hasn't taken enough of a hit in the last calendar year, they lost one of their key players for this season's rebuilding process Tuesday. According to a report by Jeff Rice of Penn State's 247Sports site, wide receiver Shawney Kersey has left the Nittany Lions team for personal reasons and does not plan to return. Show More Summary
Shawney Kersey has apparently left the Penn State Nittany Lions football team. Jeff Rice of 247Sports reports for the Penn State team site. The decision is strange because Kersey was in the receiving rotation this season. He had caught...Show More Summary
It’s been weeks since the body of former Amazing Race producer, Jeff Rice, was found dead in Uganda, but with his assistant, Kathryne Fuller, now stable enough to speak to police, details are finally beginning to emerge. So what really happened to Jeff Rice? Appearing in court on Thursday (March 1), Jeff Rice’s assistant, Kathryne [...]
#Uganda #JeffRice #DestinationTruth Perhaps the most telling comments came in a press conference held by Brad Nathanson.
Local police are convinced Rice died from an overdose of bad cocaine. In response, they?ve arrested the producer?s driver and are currently trying to discern who the source of the coke was. Ideally, they?d like to not only arrest the dealers but also keep the deadly batch from taking more lives.
Earlier this week, news outlets around the world reported that Amazing Race producer Jeff Rice had been poisoned to death after a confrontation with a gang of “thugs” in Uganda. However, Uganda Police Force officials are denying that account after a toxicology report revealed Rice OD’d on cocaine. Show More Summary
#DestinationTruth #JeffRice #KatheryneFuller #Uganda Were Rice and Fuller poisoned to cover-up the work they were doing on a new documentary exposing Uganda's dictatorship?
Police in Uganda have dismissed reports that thugs poisoned Amazing Race producer Jeff Rice, saying the American appears to have died from a cocaine overdose. Rice was found slumped in a chair on his hotel balcony, and an autopsy found the drug in his system, officials say. Rice's assistant Kathryn...
The mysterious death of freelance reality show producer Jeff Rice may have been caused by poisoning by cocaine, a combination of the information contained in the two initial reports about his death: his wife suspected poisoning, while police called it an overdose. Show More Summary
New reports are emerging that reveal Jeff Rice's death was likely caused by a cocaine overdose.
A producer who worked as a local freelancer for The Amazing Race was found dead Friday in Uganda from an apparent cocaine overdose, E! Online reports. An autopsy performed on Jeff Rice, who had worked on Race's currently airing season as a freelance facilitator, showed... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Amazing Race 20
Police in Uganda say that The Amazing Race, Destination Truth, and Whale Wars facilitating producer Jeff Rice wasn't poisoned, but instead suspect that he died of a cocaine overdose. "Those were misreported rumors about this being some kind of attack by thugs. Show More Summary
#DestinationTruth #JeffRice @DestTruth #Obituary Strange new details are emerging, like Jeff Rice was found dead on Friday, not Sunday.