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February 25, 1990 | SEAN MITCHELL
The sight is not a terribly familiar one in Hollywood. A 4-year-old girl dressed in pink and white and waving a miniature Cuban flag darts between the legs of grips and sound men as cameras are lugged into place for the next shot. It's Saturday, and the little girl has come along to the set with mom, who happens to be the director on the picture, a tale of tangled love among Cuban exiles in Miami called "Fires Within."
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February 25, 1990 | SEAN MITCHELL
The sight is not a terribly familiar one in Hollywood. A 4-year-old girl dressed in pink and white and waving a miniature Cuban flag darts between the legs of grips and sound men as cameras are lugged into place for the next shot. It's Saturday, and the little girl has come along to the set with mom, who happens to be the director on the picture, a tale of tangled love among Cuban exiles in Miami called "Fires Within."
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BUSINESS
August 6, 1993
Music Man: Warner Music Group has hired David Mount to head its sales and distribution arm, one of the most powerful jobs in the music business. Mount, 50, was a regional sales manager at Warner in the 1980s. He worked at Live Entertainment Inc. as chief executive since 1991. Lauren Lloyd has been named vice president, production at Hollywood Pictures, a division of Walt Disney Co. Lloyd was a partner in her own production firm, Nicita/Lloyd Productions.
BUSINESS
June 27, 1995
HOB Entertainment, the parent company of the House of Blues, named veteran restaurateur Richard Cervera as its co-chief executive, a title he will share with founder Isaac Tigrett. Cervera, 38, who was also named president, is expected to focus on the Hollywood company's core restaurant and music club operations, allowing Tigrett to spend more time on the company's growing number of entertainment ventures.
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August 1, 1996 | BILL HIGGINS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Scene: Monday's premiere in San Francisco of Hollywood Pictures' "Jack." The screening was at the Palace of Fine Arts Theater (near the Golden Gate Bridge) with an after-party in the adjacent Exploratorium. The theater structure offered the spartan ambience of an embellished warehouse, but its lawn presented the awe-inspiring neoclassical domes and colonnades built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition. It was quite a contrast.
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