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Wolf Totem

Wild Bunch unveils EFM line-up

31-Jan-2015 | By Melanie Goodfellow

EXCLUSIVE: Company racks up sales on Margarethe von Trotta’s The Misplaced World ahead of Berlinale premiere.

Runar Runarsson

Jokinen, Aschan, Runarsson among Gothenburg WIP

31-Jan-2015 | By Andreas Wiseman

GOTEBORG: Anticipated Nordic titles presented to industry.

Jamie Foxx

Sleepless Night heads to Berlin

30-Jan-2015 | By

FilmNation will introduce EFM buyers to the thriller starring Jamie Foxx and Michelle Monaghan, which Open Road Films is financing and will distribute in the US.

Digging For Fire finds buyers

30-Jan-2015 | By

SUNDANCE: Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired international rights and The Orchard has picked up North America on Joe Swanberg’s drama. In separate deals, Ten Thousand Saints and Fresh Dressed also sold.

Songs My Brother Taught Me

Fortissimo nabs Songs My Brothers Taught Me for EFM

30-Jan-2015 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Fortissimo Films chairman Michael Werner said on Friday (January 30) the company had bulked up its EFM war chest with international rights to Chloé Zhao’s recent Sundance premiere.

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IFFR Live launches today with Atlantic

24-Jan-2015

Pan-European cinema event will see five films premiere in Rotterdam and simultaneously across Europe; Distrify Media and Filmin will offer through VOD.

Cineworld

Cineworld to launch first UK 4DX cinema

12-Jan-2015

Cinematic experience “stimulates all five senses”.

PK

Aamir Khan’s PK to receive China wide release

UTV Motion Pictures’ blockbuster PK, starring Aamir Khan, is heading for distribution in mainland China, where China Film Group and Huaxia will release it on 3,500 screens.

Hobbit finale eyes gains in China

The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies stands at $630.7m through Warner Bros Pictures International and continues to rampage through China.

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Oettinger

Berlinale: film industry to meet Euro commissioner

European film professionals community will be looking to hear more concrete proposals about future EU policy for film and TV sector when Günther Oettinger, the European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, comes to the Berlinale.

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