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Articles from February 2016

Altitude Inks Key Pre-Sale on Martin Freeman Chiller 'Ghost Stories'
Tele München/Concorde has snapped up all German rights to Altitude Film Sales' chiller Ghost Stories.The deal between Altitude's sales chief Mike Runagall and TMG/Concorde's Markus Zimmer was wrapped up last night on the eve of EFM following the project's...
Argentina: INCAA's New Boss
SCREEN SUBSCRIBERS: In an exclusive interview only weeks into his four-year term as the head of Argentina's national film body, Alejandro Cacetta speaks to Jeremy Kay about partnering with private investors, embracing a multi-platform future and working...
BFI Awards $185,000 to Yorkshire Screen Industries Hub
The BFI has awarded $185,000 of National Lottery funding to the Yorkshire Screen Industries Hub through its Creative Clusters Fund.Hub members Screen Yorkshire, Game Republic and Sheffield Doc/Fest have drawn investment from local authorities and universities...
Bradford International Film Festival Cancelled
As a furore brewed in the UK over the decision to move much of the National Media Museum's photography collection to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London it was also announced by museum director Jo Quinton-Tulloch that the Bradford International...
Bruch, Fries to Star in 'Babylon Berlin' Series
Volker Bruch and Liv Lisa Fries are to star in lead roles for Babylon Berlin, the most ambitious German TV production to date, based on Volker Kutscher's internationally bestselling historical crime thrillers set in the Berlin of the Roaring Twenties.Cast...
Charlotte Rampling to Star in Jane Austen Adaptation 'Sanditon'
Paris-based Elle Driver has picked up the international sales rights to Andrew Rossi's The First Monday in May following the creation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's record-breaking "China: through the looking glass" exhibition and its opening fund-raising...
Elle Driver Takes Rossi's 'The First Monday in May'
Paris-based Elle Driver has picked up the international sales rights to Andrew Rossi's The First Monday in May following the creation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's record-breaking "China: through the looking glass" exhibition and its opening fund-raising...
Independent Picks Up 'White Island' for EFM
London-based sales outfit Independent has finalised its slate for the forthcoming EFM (Feb 11-19), including Ben Turner's White Island [pictured], a comic crime thriller set in the Ibiza dance music scene.The film, which is in post-production, was previously...
Pinewood Review Could Lead to Sale
Pinewood said that although last year's share placing to raise funds for the expansion of its main site in Buckinghamshire had been successful, it didn't result in enough new shareholders which has "stifled" liquidity and stopped the company from obtaining...
US Briefs: Cannes Market Beefs Up Doc Corner
Top brass at Cannes' Marché du Film and the Ford Foundation have moved to boost the profile of documentaries. The partners will relocate the Marché's Doc Corner initiative to a new venue at Marina Club and are adding a market screening room solely for...
VR Writ Large over Tribeca 2016
Three major VR events run during the festival, which takes place in New York this year from April 13-24.The Virtual Arcade from April 18-20 will showcase the breadth of work in VR and covers documentary, narrative, gaming, music, and journalism.The second...
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