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Mohenjo Daro

Disney to scale back Indian production (reports)

26-Aug-2016 | By

The Walt Disney Co (India) is scaling back its local-language production, according to local media reports.

Imperial

Staff resignations hit Montreal World Film Festival; key venue cancels

26-Aug-2016 | By Andreas Wiseman

Willem Dafoe, Isabelle Adjani among festival guests; international industry express uncertainty on eve of 40th edition.

Venice

Venice cancels opening gala following earthquake tragedy

26-Aug-2016 | By Andreas Wiseman

Festival cancels gala dinner and reception in solidarity with the victims of this week’s deadly earthquake in Italy.

Benjamin Ree

Haugesund: 'Perfect Strangers', 'Magnus' score top awards

26-Aug-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

Other winners include Agnus Dei, Toni Erdmann, The Day Will Come, Amundsen & Nobile and I’ll Try Again.

Canal

Vivendi announces $338m cuts at France pay-TV channel Canal+

26-Aug-2016 | By Melanie Goodfellow

First-half 2016 results reveal falling subscribers at Canal+ France and drop in Studiocanal profits for same period in 2015.

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The Secret Life Of Pets

'The Secret Life Of Pets' ventures into Brazil

Illumination Entertainment’s animation has raced to $344.4m via Universal Pictures International and studio executives will expect another strong weekend.

The Secret Life Of Pets

'The Secret Life Of Pets' crosses $300m overseas (update)

AUG 22 UPDATE: Illuination Entertainment’s latest posts biggest debut (excluding previews) for an original animation in Russia with $16.3m

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Earthquake

Covert Media launches Lexica Films

EXCLUSIVE: Paul Hanson’s production, financing and distribution outfit has launched an international sales label in the run-up to the Toronto International Film Festival.

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