LOS ANGELES, CA (SEPTEMBER 14, 2015) – Village Roadshow Entertainment Group (VREG) has completed a $480 million recapitalization, including $325 million of new capital from a consortium of worldwide investors (including Vine Alternative Investments, Falcon Investment Advisors, and Village Roadshow Limited). The facility was arranged by the Company and placed by J.P. Morgan Securities LLC, with Moelis & Company acting as financial adviser to the Company. Village Roadshow Pictures (VRP), working with its joint syndication agents Rabobank International and J.P. Morgan … Continued
Thursday 21 May 2015: Ausfilm in partnership with the Australian Embassy Beijing and Village Roadshow Pictures Asia (VRPA) welcomed today a delegation of leading Chinese filmmakers to Sydney for their first stop on an Industry Familiarisation Tour of Australian locations, Australia’s four major studio complexes, screen services companies, post, sound and digital production facilities and visual effects studios across six states. The state screen agencies Screen NSW, Screen Queensland, Film Victoria, Screen West, the South Australian Film Corporation and Screen … Continued
TAIHANG MOUNTAIN DISTRICT, Shanxi, China (October 5, 2014) –Mountain Cry, a Hairun Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures Asia co-production, started production today at its shooting location in Tongtianxia, a district nestled high in the Tai Hang Mountains of China’s Shanxi Province.
LOS ANGELES (June 25, 2013) – Village Roadshow today announced the promotion of Kevin P. Berg to General Counsel at Village Roadshow Entertainment Group (VREG) and Executive Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs at Village Roadshow Pictures (VRP). Berg will continue to report to Greg Basser, CEO of VREG and Susan Bracey, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of VREG.
LOS ANGELES, CA, December 14, 2011—Village Roadshow Pictures Asia today announced that the company will co-produce with China Film Group and Wanda Media Group Keanu Reeves’ directorial debut, Man of Tai Chi. The film will be co-financed and distributed by the co-producing partners and Universal Pictures. The announcement was made today by Village Roadshow Entertainment Group’s Chief Executive Officer Greg Basser.
Beijing and Hong Kong November 1, 2011 – Village Roadshow Entertainment Group (“VREG”) today unveiled its newly-launched platform for Chinese film production and distribution, together with details of its partner alliances, management team and initial slate of films which will be released under the Village Roadshow Pictures Asia label.