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Articles from July 2013

BAM: Colombia Feels Global Pull
Colombian broadcast giant RCN is looking to shift its film production focus away from local product in favour of low budget English-language genre fare, top brass said on Thursday [11].During a tour of the company's premises in Bogota, newly promoted...
Census Reveals More Women, Less Ethnic Diversity in Creative Industries
Creative industries employment census reveals increase in women in workforce, troubling decline in ethnic minorities.The eighth Creative Skillset Employment Census reveals that employment in the creative media industries has grown in the last three years....
DCMS Defends BFI Cuts; Industry Responds
DCMS says it's 'baffled' at BFI complaints; industry says Government is sending mixed messages.Britain's Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS ) has issued a sharply worded statement calling on the British Film Institute (BFI) to accept the 10%...
Eric Khoo to Head Puchon Choice Jury
Brontis Jodorowsky, Shinji Higuchi, Choi Yong-bae and Benjamin Illos also on juryThe 17th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) has announced today its Puchon Choice feature competition jury will be headed by Singaporean director Eric...
Grown Ups 2
Dir: Dennis Dugan. US. 2013. 101minsAt some point, someone in a position of authority will tell Adam Sandler no, or at least ask to read a screenplay. Until then, there will exist a good chance of further unchecked hyper-indulgences like the punishingly...
IFB Backs New Films from Sheridan, Crowley, Dillon
The Irish Film Board (IFB) has announced its funding awards for the first and second quarters of 2013.The national development agency for the Irish audio-visual industry is backing a range of projects from established names like Jim Sheridan and rising...
Mexico Touts More Attractive Film Incentive
Mexican officials are considering further updates to the country's current film incentives, a panel at London Mexfest reveals.The ProAV incentive launched six years ago has already seen a number of key changes this year, with smaller-budgeted films now...
Pacific Rim Starts Strong
International preview: Pacific Rim grosses $7.8m from the initial wave of weekend launches, while Man Of Steel and The Lone Ranger head to Brazil.Guillermo del Toro's sci-fi action release opened on 5,950 screens in 25 markets on Thursday [11] led by...
Pictures Dept Seals US Deals
Sake-Bomb [pictured] and It's Me, It's Me are slated for US theatrical releaseJapan's Pictures Dept. has announced the US acquisitions and theatrical releases of SXSW comedy Sake-Bomb, directed by Junya Sakino and Kazuya Kamenashi-starrer It's Me, It's...
Visiting Southcliffe
The team behind intense new four-part TV drama Southcliffe was at BAFTA last night to unveil the first to chapters and discuss the project.The story, set in a fictional English market town called Southcliffe, is about a community's response to a random...
Youth Triumphs in Jerusalem
Iranian director Mohsen Makhmalbaf speaks about Iran-Israel relationship.Tom Shoval's debut feature Youth, which premiered earlier this year in Berlin's Panorama section, is the winner of the 30th Jerusalem Film Festival. The story of two brothers who...
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