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February 08, 2016 8:43 PM ET

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Company Overview of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

Company Overview

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation produces and distributes films in theaters. The company offers products to retail outlets ranging from mass merchants and warehouse clubs to specialty stores and e-commerce channels in various formats, as well as provides its products online. It serves audience in the United States and internationally. The company was founded in 1935 and is based in Los Angeles, California with additional offices worldwide. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc.

10201 West Pico Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90035

United States

Founded in 1935

Phone:

310-277-2211

Fax:

310-203-1558

Key Executives for Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

Chairman of The Board and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 63
Senior Vice President of Latin America
Senior Vice President of Licensing and Merchandising
Executive Vice President
Senior Vice President of Global Creative
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Key Developments

Twentieth Century Fox Names Sirena Liu as Managing Director of China Office

Twentieth Century Fox named Sirena Liu to the newly created position of Managing Director, China. Ms. Liu will be responsible for the studio’s activities in all media in China. She will work closely under the guidance of the regional and global heads of Fox’s distribution units, including Theatrical, Home Entertainment, Television and Digital Media, to coordinate all their activities in China. Ms. Liu will be based in and will supervise the studio’s Beijing office. She begins her position on October 5, 2015. Ms. Liu most recently ran FilMworks China, an entertainment marketing company she founded in 2010 and sold two years later to global advertising conglomerate WPP. Ms. Liu also has served as the Director of Strategic Development for Orange Sky Golden Harvest Entertainment. Her prior experience included working as Director of Business Development for SEEC Media Group.

Plarium Partners with Twentieth Century Fox to Bring Iconic ‘Alien vs. Predator’ Franchise to Social Gaming

Plarium announced a partnership with Twentieth Century Fox for the rights to their franchise Alien vs. Predator,– a crossover of two iconic blockbusters of their own – Alien (1979) and Predator (1987). The partnership will lend the themes and experiences from AVP into Plarium’s hit Facebook game, Soldiers Inc. This partnership is the first for Plarium, who plans to grow their presence of branded content and incorporate it within future games and franchises.

The American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada Sues Columbia Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox, Universal City Studios, Walt Disney Pictures and Warner Brothers Entertainment for Reusing Soundtracks in Movies

The American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada (AFM) is suing six major studios for reusing film soundtrack clips in other films and television programs without appropriately compensating musicians. The studios named in the lawsuit are: Columbia Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox, Universal City Studios, Walt Disney Pictures and Warner Brothers Entertainment. The studios have been pulled up for reusing previously recorded film soundtracks in violation of AFM's collective bargaining agreement with the studios. The lawsuit cites numerous examples of the studios reusing film scores without paying musicians including: Columbia using music from Karate Kid in an episode of the television series Happy Endings; Disney using music from Beauty and the Beast and The Muppet Movie in the television series The Neighbors; Fox using music from Titanic in the film This Means War; Paramount using music from Up in the Air in the film Follow Me: The Yoni Netanyahu Story; Universal using music from Bourne Identity in the television series The Office; and Warner Brothers using music from Battle for the Planet of the Apes in the film Argo. The AFM is seeking award damages for all losses, including prejudgment interest.

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