Salute to Independence: A Conversation with Bob Shaye

Founded in 1967, New Line Cinema began distributing genre, cult and foreign films from a Greenwich Village apartment. Forty years later, it has grown from a “niche” company to an industry giant. Join co-Founder Bob Shaye for an anniversary conversation about independence, followed by a special screening of the film THE LAST MIMZY. Bob Shaye (co-founder New Line Cinema).


Bob Shaye
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