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Malcolm Skene

  • Americans in Paris boost inward production


    Film production in the Ile De France, whichincludes Paris, was up last year, figures have revealed.
  • Paris court overturns L'Ex Femme, Warners ruling


    The Paris court of appealshas overturned a ruling that prevented the film L'Ex Femme de Ma Viefrom benefiting from French subsidies.France's National CinemaCentre (CNC), responsible for granting subsidies to French and European films,appealed the decision on the film last year. Recent ...
  • Hungarian District triumphs at Annecy


  • Paris Cinema launches festival programme


    Plans for the city's third Paris Cinema festival (June29-July 12) were unveiled today by Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe and ConstantinCosta-Gavras, who will be presiding over the event.Thisyear's festival, which was created by city hall after Delanoe becamedissatisfied with the now rival event, the Paris Film Festival, boasts no lessthan 400 films and will include three different competitions. The featurecompetition ...
  • Diller ends Vivendi feud with $3.4bn deal


    Barry Diller'sIAC/InterActive Corp. has agreed to sell its stake in Vivendi UniversalEntertainment (VUE) for $3.4 billion. The deal will see Diller handover his 5.4% stake in VUE to NBC Universal -a stake which has long been a bone of contention between Vivendi and Diller andwhich had threatened to derail Vivendi's sale of Universal Entertainment ...