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From A To B

From A To B

By Mark Adams, chief film critic

Dir: Ali Mostafa. UAE. 2014. 108mins

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IFP to kick off Boulevard sales

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Inception Film Partners will be at AFM screening and selling international territories on the Tribeca world premiere starring the late Robin Williams.

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EXCLUSIVE: The action-thriller stars Dominic Purcell, Danny Glover, Cody Hackman and Stephen Lang and is in post.

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The 2014 US-Sino Co-Production Film Forum will host a panel discussion about partnership opportunities on November 3 in Pasadena.

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Tom Ortenberg is pushing into international sales and distribution and has formed an alliance with Glen Basner to assist in selling and servicing the slate.

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Garbus to direct Niederhoffer comedy

30-Oct-2014 | By Andreas Wiseman

EXCLUSIVE: Goldcrest to bring comedy Taxonomy to AFM.

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Jason Wood leaves Curzon for HOME

30-Oct-2014 | By Adam Woodard

After five years as Curzon’s director of programming, Jason Wood takes newly-created role of artistic director for Manchester venue.

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Good Universe AFM-bound on A Man In The Dark

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The company will launch pre-sales next week on A Man In The Dark from Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert’s Ghost House Pictures.

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Little Film Company rides high on Northern Soul

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EXCLUSIVE: Robbie Little’s The Little Film Company swings into the AFM looking to find a US buyer and close outstanding territories on UK art house smash Northern Soul.

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Deepwater Horizon heads to AFM

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Indie Sales boards What We Become

30-Oct-2014 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Picture marks Danish Bo Mikkelsen’s feature debut after critically acclaimed short Tabu.

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DDI takes flight with Byrd And The Bees

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EXCLUSIVE: Double Dutch International (DDI) heads to the AFM with the coming-of-age story starring Tracy Spiridakos, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

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Of Horses and Men wins Nordic Council Film Prize

30-Oct-2014 | By Wendy Mitchell

Icelandic writer-director Benedikt Erlingsson and producer Fridrik Thor Fridriksson have won lucrative The Nordic Council Film Prize for Of Horses and Men.

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Epic boards Tales Of Halloween

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Epic Pictures Group heads to the AFM with the timely horror anthology from 11 directors including Saw veteran Darren Lynn Bousman and Neil Marshall.

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Starz brings Northmen to US, Canada

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The company has acquired North American theatrical and US Pay-TV rights to Northmen – A Viking Saga from Ascot Elite Entertainment Group.

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iFeatures' Spaceship begins production

30-Oct-2014 | By Adam Woodard

EXCLUSIVE: Principal production begins in Surrey on iFeatures’ latest venture.

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Horror Icons bring The Horde to Life

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EXCLUSIVE: LA-based 313 Films are heading to AFM to meet with sales agents on feature debut The Horde, currently shooting in LA.

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Gravitas acquires Murder Of A Cat

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The distributor has picked up North American rights to Gillian Greene’s feature directorial debut starring Oscar contender JK Simmons. Separately, Cinedigm and Moguldom Studios have entered into a multi-year, multi-title deal for Moguldom’s slate.

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Image Nation ramps up local doc production

30-Oct-2014 | By Michael Rosser

Image Nation has revealed plans to create more locally-produced documentaries following the premiere of its first factual feature at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival.

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Portugal's Tocha wins Action4Climate doc award

30-Oct-2014 | By Wendy Mitchell

Other winners come from Bulgaria and US.

Creative England launches international markets scheme

30-Oct-2014 | By Wendy Mitchell

12 participants will be selected in the programme backed by Creative Skillset.

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Eli Roth and his Santiago-based partner Nicolas Lopez talk to Jeremy Kay about how they are reinventing the rules of film-making and turning their energy and ideas into a genre boom in Chile

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As the UK’s event-cinema sector flourishes, Andreas Wiseman explores growth areas and potential for cannibalisation of film-going.

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Event cinema comes of age

Billy Elliot, André Rieu and Monty Python are leading the charge for the growth of event cinema.

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Restoration & Archive: a clean slate

Opportunities are opening up to restore classic assets on new formats - but film restoration is an art form in danger. Ann-Marie Corvin reports from Screen International and Broadcast’s Restoration & Archive Forum

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The LA-based writer-director came to attention outside his native Peru in 2010 when Undertow (Contracorriente) scooped an audience award at Sundance. Now he’s back with another meditation on reality, albeit one that inhabits the noir milieu.

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Emirati filmmaker and poet Nujoom Alghanem talks about her feature-length documentary Sounds of the Sea capturing a way of Emirati life that is dying out.

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Former Italian cultural attaché says cinema scene has evolved considerably in the last five years.

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