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Oscar leader Iñarritu in DGA win

7-Feb-2016

The Mexican has become the firm favourite to win the Oscar later this month after walking away with the Directors Guild Of America’s top prize for the second time in two years on Saturday.

'Inside Out' dominates 2016 Annies

7-Feb-2016 | By

The Pixar film earned 10 awards at the 43rd annual Annie Awards on Saturday night including best feature.

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Visit Films boards six for EFM

6-Feb-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Buoyed by a fresh North American deal for Sundance hit Morris From America, Ryan Kampe jets into Berlin with a bevy of buzzy festival titles set to receive their market premieres.

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Kimberly Fox to launch MadRiver sales arm

6-Feb-2016 | By

Megan Ellison’s sales chief is joining Marc Butan’s MadRiver Pictures as a partner and will launch the international sales arm in Berlin.

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Lionsgate International to start EFM sales on 'Hood'

6-Feb-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Patrick Wachsberger and his team will commence pre-sales in Berlin on the action adventure starring Jamie Foxx and Taron Egerton about a Crusader and a Moorish warrior who lead the fight against a corrupt English town.

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Lionsgate International to start EFM sales on 'Hood'

EXCLUSIVE: Patrick Wachsberger and his team will commence pre-sales in Berlin on the action adventure starring Jamie Foxx and Taron Egerton about a Crusader and a Moorish warrior who lead the fight against a corrupt English town.

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'The Force Awakens' crosses $900m in North America

Disney/Lucasfilm’s behemoth crossed another significant milestone on Friday as it surged towards the $2bn worldwide mark.

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South Korea box office hits record high in 2015

Theatrical box office was up 3.1% while admissions also grew; local films took 52% of admissions.

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‘Measureable change’ on diversity within five years, Goteborg report

Goteborg Film Festival’s Nostradamus Project report predicts that audiences will rebel against content that doesn’t reflect diversity.

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