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Sister Takes Minority Stake in Doc Specialist Dorothy Street Pictures

Sister, the fast-rising studio founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, Jane Featherstone and Stacey Snider, is continuing its investment spree, buying a minority stake in U.K.-based documentary specialist Dorothy Street Pictures. Financial details weren’t disclosed. Dorothy Street, which recently unveiled that it will be co-producing the upcoming Pamela Anderson documentary for Netflix, will remain fully independent while […]

‘Chernobyl’ Production Company Moves Into Music Space With Investment in Iconic London Venue Koko

Sister, the fast-rising studio founded by the powerhouse trio of Jane Featherstone, Stacey Snider and Elisabeth Murdoch and which was behind HBO/Sky’s smash-hit miniseries Chernobyl, is making a significant move into the music space. The production company, which has major upcoming projects including BBC/AMC drama This Is Going to Hurt, starring Ben Whishaw, and the […]

James Tynion Comic ‘Department of Truth’ Picked Up by Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider’s Sister (Exclusive)

Tynion, who currently writes 'Batman' for DC and is behind the Boom! best-seller 'Something Is Killing the Children,' will co-write the script.

LeBron James’ SpringHill Draws $100M From Investors, Elisabeth Murdoch Joins Board

NBA star LeBron James' newly formed empowerment-focused SpringHill Company has received investments from Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider and Jane Featherstone's production firm Sister ('Chernobyl'), Guggenheim Investments, The University of California's UC Investments and SC.Holdings.

Sister Invests in Podcast Studio Startup Campside

Sister, the global media company founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider and Jane Featherstone, has invested in newly launched nonfiction podcast studio Campside.

Elisabeth Murdoch’s Content Company Adds Head of Creative

Kate Fenske has been tapped to serve as chief creative executive at Sister, the production and development company founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider and Jane Featherstone.

Warner Bros. Pictures Signs Multi-Film Production Deal With U.K.’s Locksmith Animation

Warner Bros. Pictures has signed a multi-film pact with Locksmith Animation, the U.K. computer-generated feature film studio, to co-develop and distribute its slate of animated movies.

Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider Launch Content Venture With Jane Featherstone

Media magnate Elisabeth Murdoch, veteran Hollywood studio executive Stacey Snider and British television producer Jane Featherstone are teaming to launch Sister, a new global content company with offices in London and Los Angeles, the trio announced Tuesday.

Elisabeth Murdoch’s Vertical Networks Plans Snapchat Dating Show ‘Parental Guidance’ (Exclusive)

Elisabeth Murdoch's Vertical Networks media startup is premiering a new Snapchat dating show, 'Parental Guidance,' where parents will act as the secret wingmen for their children.

Elisabeth Murdoch Helps Open Locksmith Animation’s London Studio

The company, co-founded by Sarah Smith, Julie Lockhart and Murdoch, is already working on 'Ron's Gone Wrong' for Fox and has two further animated feature films in the pipeline for the studio.

Michael Wolff: Why Rupert’s Really Splitting Up the Family Business

When the media titan unloads the bulk of Fox to Disney rather than letting it pass to his heirs, it proves he has always had a favorite Murdoch — himself.

Fox, Locksmith Animation Unveil ‘Ron’s Gone Wrong’

The film is the first title to emerge from the new co-production deal between the Hollywood studio and the U.K. animation startup.