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Reliance DreamWorks films get 11 Oscar nominations

February 1, 2012 · Filed Under Reliance Entertainment · Comment 

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Three films produced by Reliance DreamWorks, a venture between industrialist Anil Ambani and Hollywood producer-director Steven Spielberg, have bagged as many as 11 Oscar nominations this year, it was announced Tuesday.

This is the first time movies produced by a company with such huge Indian holding has bagged such large nominations for one of the most prestigious cinema awards across the globe.
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With Financing with R-ADAG, DreamWorks to Produce Six Movies a Year

August 21, 2009 · Filed Under Reliance ADAG · Comment 

DreamWorks’ backing includes 325 million dollar in bank debt and a matching equity investment of 325 million dollar from Spielberg’s 50 percent partner, India’s Reliance. Importantly, as part of DreamWorks’ recent distribution deal with Walt Disney Co., Disney will lend DreamWorks up to 175 million dollar to fund its movies. Although the 825 million dollar falls far short of the 1.25 billion dollar Spielberg had originally sought, DreamWorks was able to accomplish what most in Hollywood have been unable to do: secure new sources of film funding in financially precarious times. The funds will enable DreamWorks to make 18 to 20 films over the next three years.
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Dreamworks closes 1st phase of financing for R-ADAG

August 20, 2009 · Filed Under Reliance ADAG, Reliance Energy · Comment 

Anil Dhirubhai Ambani, chairman of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, the parent company of Reliance Big Entertainment and Reliance BIG Pictures along with Steven Spielberg and Stacey Snider, the principal partners of DreamWorks Studios jointly announced today the completion of the first phase of funding for their new motion picture company, based in Los Angeles, California. They further announced that J.P.

Morgan Securities arranged the syndication of approximately $325 million of senior debt which Reliance Big Entertainment is matching with its equity commitment. The Walt Disney Studios, who will handle marketing and distribution for the studio, will also extend a loan to DreamWorks as part of the distribution deal.
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DreamWorks closes film financing deal with Reliance ADAG

August 17, 2009 · Filed Under Reliance ADAG · Comment 

DreamWorks Studios has closed a film financing deal with Indian conglomerate Reliance ADA Group, the companies said on Monday.

JPMorgan Securities arranged the syndication of about 325 million dollar in financing to DreamWorks Studios, which is headed by Steven Spielberg and Stacey Snider. Reliance Big Entertainment, a division of Reliance ADA Group, is matching that amount.
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Anil Ambani Group Launches Big Animation Infotainment

June 3, 2009 · Filed Under Reliance ADAG · Comment 

The Anil Ambani group has forayed into animation education by launching the Big Animation Infotainment and Media School or Big Aims, a training institute in Pune.

“Big Aims is unique and a first-of-its kind,” said Ashish Kulkarni, chief executive of Big Animation, the group company that launched the project and made the animated TV series “Little Krishna”.

“It will be a big leap for freshers, amateurs and aspirants to migrate to a much higher level of training practised by major Hollywood studios like Dreamworks,” Kulkarni told IANS over phone from Mumbai.

“We will train them and groom them to help learn the basics and principles of storytelling in animation and feature films,” he added.
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Reliance Big Entertainment, DreamWorks close to finalizing $1.5 billion joint film venture

July 14, 2008 · Filed Under Reliance Entertainment · Comment 

Legendary Hollywood director Steven Spielberg and the founders of the DreamWorks SKG film studio are in the process of finalizing talks with Indian billionaire Anil Ambani’s Reliance Big Entertainment about terms of a $1.5 billion proposal that would allow the DreamWorks principal and his partners to end their association with Paramount Pictures and produce more than 30 films over the next five years at a new independent studio. Continue Reading »»

India’s $85bn Ambani brothers battle on

June 30, 2008 · Filed Under Reliance Comm · Comment 

WHAT kind of man travels halfway round the world to sabotage the biggest deal of your career, publicly humiliates your mother and then threatens you with legal action? For supporters of Anil Ambani, the second richest man in India, the answer is “your older brother”.
India is no stranger to sibling rivalry, but the feud between Anil and Mukesh Ambani, the world’s richest brothers - their combined fortune is $85 billion (£42 billion) - has enthralled the country’s business community. Continue Reading »»

India’s Reliance talking with DreamWorks

June 24, 2008 · Filed Under Reliance Entertainment · Comment 

India’s Reliance Entertainment and other investors are in talks with Hollywood’s DreamWorks SKG to raise up to $2 billion to create a movie venture, two people familiar with negotiations said Tuesday.

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Reliance deal moves ahead

June 23, 2008 · Filed Under Reliance Entertainment · Comment 

Rajesh Sawhney, president of Reliance Entertainment, says the Indian conglom has no illusions about the challenges ahead as it completes its plan to make a $500 million investment in DreamWorks.

“Scale is the second word in our corporate philosophy. The first one is ambition,” Sawhney told Daily Variety.

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Reliance Big in talks with Spielberg’s DreamWorks

June 18, 2008 · Filed Under Reliance ADAG · Comment 

Anil Ambani Group firm Reliance Big Entertainment is in talks with Steven Spielberg-led DreamWorks Movie Studios to form a joint venture for movies, media reports said here.

According to UK daily Financial Times, DreamWorks and India’s Reliance Big Entertainment are in talks to create a new movie joint venture, a deal which would provide the Hollywood director with an important source of funds for his planned move out of Viacom Inc’s Paramount Pictures.

However, when contacted by PTI, Reliance Big Entertainment spokesperson in Mumbai declined to comment on the reports.

DreamWorks, which would likely have funds of up to 1.5 billion dollars, including debt and equity, would be part of moves by Spielberg and DreamWorks co-founder David Geffen to exit Viacoms Paramount Pictures as soon as their contracts permit it this year, the report stated.

The FT report quoted a person familiar to the talks saying, “Spielberg, as you know, has announced his intention to separate from Paramount. It [the contact with Reliance] is at a very preliminary stage.”

A separate report on the online edition of Wall Street Journal stated that Mumbai-based Reliance ADA Group would provide Spielberg and company with 500-600 million dollar in equity, moving them one step closer to ending one of Hollywood’s most contentious and closely watched battles.

“In Reliance, the DreamWorks team also would have an unusual and ambitious partner in the film business: an Indian firm with interests in telecommunications, financial services and entertainment that wants to build a media empire by financing Hollywood pictures,” the WSJ report stated.


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