EXCLUSIVE: Vertigo nabs US, UK, Australia rights on cocaine comedy which has grossed more than €1m in Ireland.
Orlando Parfitt joins as senior editor – online. Andreas Wiseman is promoted to deputy editor and Tom Grater becomes deputy online editor.
EXCLUSIVE: Jinga inks international deals on horror previously sold to IFC Midnight; takes Serbian thriller Incarnation for sales and remake rights.
EXCLUSIVE: Fortitude boards satirical comedy starring Michael Caine, Odeya Rush, Katie Holmes, Jason Biggs and Seth Green.
Report aimed at tackling short-term challenges and securing longer-term success for the UK creative industries sector.
The annual exhibition conference is taking place at Glasgow Film Theatre.
Upcoming 27th edition to open with Asian premiere of Dain Iskandar Said’s Interchange on November 23.
EXCLUSIVE: Liam Gavin’s occult horror stars Sightseers’ Steve Oram.
The former Endgame executive Greg Schenz has joined the sales and finance company and will spearhead financing and packaging of film and television projects.
Speakers confirmed for the annual summit, which will take place November 24 at Picturehouse Central, include Andy Harries, Tim O’Shea, Tristan Goligher, Faye Ward, Eve Gabereau, Chris Green and David Hancock; finance breakout area new addition.
The series is set after a devastating biological catastrophe.
London-based sales and production company boards Juliet Stevenson and Malcolm McDowell projects.
The distributor has picked up North American and select international rights to Sarah Adina Smith’s recent Toronto premiere.
The 29th edition of TIFF (Oct 25-Nov 3) is adopting a global, contemporary outlook with a competition section that features a host of young film-makers.
The first part of SS Rajamouli’s Telugu-language epic, Baahubali: The Beginning, stormed the Indian box office and sold to 30 territories. Now the follow-up has set its sights on further international success.
Three initiatives in Scandinavia are encouraging film-makers to experiment by breaking out of production norms.
The festival’s TV section has been rebranded as Haifa TV Series Meetings (Oct 20) this year.
India is on the brink of a streaming revolution, with international players joining a host of local platforms. But can anyone make money in this complex and crowded market? Liz Shackleton reports.