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Articles from November 2015

AFM: Magnolia Acquires 'The Last King' for North America
Magnolia Pictures has picked up North American rights to Nordic action-adventure epic The Last King from TrustNordisk.Directed Nils Gaup's (Pathfinder), The Last King stars Jakob Oftebro (Kon-Tiki) and Kristofer Hivju (Game Of Thrones) as medieval warriors...
A Good Year: Miriam Segal on 'Infiltrator', 2016 Slate
Over the summer, Miriam Segal, founder and lead producer of Good Films, made the move she had been resisting. She relocated full time from London to Los Angeles. Now the deed is done, the UK producer couldn't be happier."I just came back to London to...
La Zanfona to Produce Futuristic War Thriller 'Shadow Inside'
Seville-based outfit La Zanfona Producciones is set to produce a futuristic film called Shadow Inside (La Sombra Adentro) and a comedy titled Mi Cadida Cofradia, following the success of Alberto Rodriguez's thriller Marshland, which took close to $10m...
Slow AFM Eyes China, Market Shifts
Heading into Santa Monica there was a handful of must-haves led by Insiders' Enzo Ferrari, IM Global's In Sand And Blood, FilmNation's The Silent Wife, Protagonist's The Discovery, Studi°Canal's The Commuter and TWC's The Current War.Sierra/Affinity's...
Sparrows' Wins in Sao Paulo
Runar Runarsson's Sparrows took the jury prize for best fiction at the São Paulo International Film Festival, which ended Nov 4. It also won the best screenplay prize for its writer/director Runarsson.Sao Paulo's New Directors Competition is for first...
Spectre' Soars to $293M Worldwide
SONY PICTURES RELEASING INTERNATIONALUPDATED: Among the highlights of the $117.8m weekend haul were $20.1m in Germany including previews and powered by the biggest Saturday in history.Spectre arrived in Italy on $5.6m, Russia on $6.3m, German-speaking...
“You Don’t Always Need a Ton of Money”: The Story Behind Micro-Budget Sundance Hit 'Tangerine'
Shot on an iPhone for a budget of $100,000 and starring non-professional actors, Sundance hit Tangerine is this year's awards underdog. It would be any year's underdog.And yet few films this season can match Tangerine for invention or breadth of critical...
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