Donna Harris is cofounder of 1776, a global startup incubator and seed fund headquartered in Washington, D.C. She can be reached via Twitter @dharrisindc. In the aftermath of “the Google memo” I had to read Eric Weinstein’s tweet multiple times to be sure I’d read it correctly…. Like Eric, I too am a venture capitalist and a techie. Show More Summary
Harvey Weinstein is an occasional contributor to Deadline when he has something on his mind. With Oscar season right around the corner and the strong work of female directors front and center, Weinstein argues it’s time for the Academy...Show More Summary
Malia Obama didn’t let being a former First Daughter get in the way of kicking ass at her internship with the Weinstein Company, where she served as a production assistant—and an Oscar winner even vouched for her work ethic. Halle …Show More Summary
This has to be among the most to-the-point lawsuits you’ll ever see. In a three-page (!) filing today, the Weinstein Company is seeking $10 million in damages over a deal for global rights to a film titled His House that it says theShow More Summary
The film arrives March 2018 The post The Weinstein Company’s Intouchables Remake Titled The Upside appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Filmmaker Joshua Z. Weinstein tells Nick Schager about the making of his touchingly intimate portrait of a father and son, set entirely within Brooklyn’s Hasidic community.
Yes, it seems yet again that the Weinsteins and Dimension are delaying the release of a horror movie. Big news, I know. This time the studio is pushing back their killer-camera flick POLAROID till December. In the past, the studio has...Show More Summary
Like all great films that nudge the world toward being a slightly more compassionate place, the creation of “Menashe” is an act of empathy. Co-writer/director Joshua Z. Weinstein’s film achieves this initially by putting a soulful gaze...Show More Summary
“[Evergreen] failed to set and enforce necessary boundaries in the workplace on campus"
Before making the film Menashe, documentarian Joshua Weinstein donned a yarmulke and explored Brooklyn’s Borough Park, getting to know the stories and personalities of New York’s Hasidic Jews. That was the easy part of the process. It...Show More Summary
Campus Reform reports.
"...has permitted, cultivated, and perpetuated a racially hostile and retaliatory work environment" The post Bret Weinstein is preparing to sue Evergreen State College for $3.8 million appeared first on Hot Air.
Psst... there's a fortune to be made buying closed-end funds (CEFs). Just don't tell Wall Street. That was the message delivered in a recent interview by famed credit trader Boaz Weinstein, whose $1.7 billion firm Saba Capital is best...Show More Summary
PUNCH BACK TWICE AS HARD: Bret Weinstein, the Evergreen State College professor who was driven from campus by a mob of students earlier this year, is preparing to file a $3.8 million claim against the public institution. “The claim accuses Evergreen State of “fostering a racially hostile work and retaliatory environment” by encouraging the student […]
UPDATED, 4:50 PM: Leap!, The Weinstein Co.’s animated feature, is changing dates yet again — this time moving up by five days to August 25, 2017. In this end of summer slot, the company still has horror film Polaroid for the weekend (which is likely move now) as well as Tulip Fever (which has also jogged around the release schedule). Show More Summary
"This isn't the land of backup, Jane, this is the land of 'you're on your own.'" The Weinstein Company has debuted a second trailer for the indie thriller Wind River, the feature directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (of Sicario and Hell or High Water previously). Show More Summary
Writer and now director Taylor Sheridan is getting to the finish line with The Weinstein Company’s Wind River, the latest installment of a trilogy of sorts that includes Sicario and Hell Or High Water. Both of the those pics were Oscar nominated, the latter landing a Best Picture nom this year as well as for Sheridan’s script. Show More Summary
The journalist is developing a new series with Weinstein Television.
(SplashNews) Tamron Hall Is Back With New Weinstein Deal Were so happy to hear that Tamron Hall has landed on top after leaving the Today show following the networks decision to nix her third hour to make room for Megyn
Tamron Hall is launching a new daytime talk show produced by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and his Weinstein Television unit. The show, which has yet to have an official title, may compete head to head with Megyn Kelly, who is taking over the 9 a.m. Show More Summary