And in Monday afternoon’s gather of news. Tribeca Institute names its readers because of its $150K Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund, Liza Burnett Fefferman and Heath Shapiro occupy professional positions at RADiUS-TWC, Wally Pfister to spearhead Kodak chats at La Film Festival, Universal COO starts his route to retirement and The new sony eyes Tonka toys. Liza Burnett Fefferman and Heath Shapiro Join Radius Fefferman was named EVP of Publicity, while Shaprio assists as Vice president of promoting and Distribution. Their new roles work well immediately at RADiUS-TWC. The distributor’s co-presidents introduced the employs and they’ll are accountable to them directly. Formerly Shapiro offered because the Vice president of national sales for Independent Distribution Partners, while Fefferman spent 5 years as Senior V . P ., Publicity at Samuel Goldwyn Films and ATO Pictures via their partnership in IDP Independent Distribution Partners. Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund Names 2012 Grantees Now in the fifth year, provides finishing funds, year-round support and guidance to domestic and worldwide documentary filmmakers with feature-length films highlighting and humanizing problems with social importance from around the globe. Projects which will with each other receive $100K are: E-Team (Company directors Katy Chevigny & Ross Kauffman), God Loves Uganda (Director Roger Ross Williams), First to Fall (Director Rachel Anderson), Whim Whim (Director Katrine W Kjaer), Two Kids of the Red-colored Mosque (Director Hemal Trivedi). Projects receiving $50K in funding for that 2012 Spotlighting Women Documentary Award are: Alias Ruby Edge (Director Alex Meillier), Stargazing – working title (Director Berit Madsen), The Last Cost (Director Joanna Lipper). Wally Pfister to Spearhead Kodak Focus at LA Film Festival Director-cinematographer Wally Pfister will headline the annual Kodak Focus program only at that year’s La Film Festival. The conversation will spotlight Pfister’s artistic and technical achievements by screening moments from three of his films – Insomnia, Laurel Canyon and Beginning. Kodak Focus happens on June 23 at 1 p.m. in the Regal Movie theaters at L.A. Live. The seminar is free of charge having a festival ticket. Round the ‘net… Lana Turner Estate Intends to file a lawsuit over Hologram A concert having a holographic from the late screen legend may be the focus of possible law suit by her estate. Digicon Media has privileges to some "virtual Marilyn" and intends to feature the star in "concerts," however it received a cease and desist order in the estate, THR reviews. Universal Vice Chairman & COO Starts Proceed to Retirement Ron Finklestein will transition from his roles in the studio because he heads to retirement in 2 years. He’ll continue to utilize mind Ron Meyer on special projects before saying they’ve had enough, Deadline reviews. The new sony to create Tonka Toys Animated Movie The new sony Pictures is developing an animated film in line with the 65 year-old toy truck brand. The new sony Pictures Animation and Happy Madison Productions will produce with Hasbro, Deadline reviews. Warner Bros. Embracing Guinness Book of World Records The studio is searching to show some record-entering movies. Work author Danny Chun will write a script but particulars they are under systems, Complex reviews.