EXCLUSIVE: First look at feature starring Michael Socha, Georgia Groome; Matt Wilkinson, Maggie Monteith produce; Dexter Fletcher among cameos.
EXCLUSIVE: Global Screen to handle sales on co-pro about a failed attempt to kill Augusto Pinochet in 1986.
EXCLUSIVE: UK charity and former festival teams with Verve to release Jane Linfoot drama.
Paramount’s Jack Reacher: Never Go Back shoots to non-final $3.28m (£2.68m) bow from 518 sites.
Jury led by Jeremy Thomas awards Terence Davies title with top award.
The Irish Film Board backs production funding for the directoral debut from the Intermission and Boy A writer.
Gary Alazraki’s new feature finds international sales and co-production partner at Rome’s MIA market.
Experts on MIA/Europa Distribution panel also discussed the importance of territoriality in European deals and need for diversification to mitigate risk.
Crime-thriller Resurrection takes down Operation Mekong; Heartfall Arises opens in third.
Festival’s Mix Programme $65,000 production grant was awarded to Rony and Riyad.
The first film to be produced and fully financed by A24 delivered a timely and noisy opening weekend heading into awards season as Lionsgate’s Boo! A Madea Halloween ruled the weekend on $28m.
The distributor has picked up North American rights to Snoot Entertainment’s horror film following the recent premiere in Tor
Cristi Puiu’s Romanian drama won the Gold Hugo for best film in International Feature Competition as the 52nd Chicago International Film Festival wrapped at the weekend.
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.
For the second year running, Haifa will play host to the Mix Programme, dedicated to helping teams of Jewish and Arab-Israeli film-makers take their projects to the next level.