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'Radio Dreams' wins Rotterdam's Tiger Award

5-Feb-2016 | By Michael Rosser

Other winners included Bodkin Ras, Land Of Mine and Embrace Of The Serpent.

Maria Bello

AMBI goes 'In Search Of Fellini'

5-Feb-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: On the eve of the EFM, AMBI Distribution led by Julie Sultan has secured worldwide rights to the coming-of-age adventure starring Maria Bello.

EFM projects to include Ethan Hawke, Alec Baldwin

5-Feb-2016 | By

The EFM dance card is filling up as Sierra/Affinity announced it will launch sales on the Ethan Hawke assassin thriller 24 Hours To Live, while Foresight Unlimited arrives with Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore as illicit lovers in the drama Blind.

DDI heads to EFM with 'The Bounce Back'

5-Feb-2016 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Jason Moring announced on Friday a deal for the company to handle international sales in Berlin on Youssef Delara’s drama.

Johanna Koljonen

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

5-Feb-2016 | By Wendy Mitchell

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

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EFM projects to include Ethan Hawke, Alec Baldwin

The EFM dance card is filling up as Sierra/Affinity announced it will launch sales on the Ethan Hawke assassin thriller 24 Hours To Live, while Foresight Unlimited arrives with Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore as illicit lovers in the drama Blind.

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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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'Kung Fu Panda 3' takes China box office crown

The US-China co-production blew away the competition, but Chinese New Year titles are waiting in the wings.

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Johanna Koljonen

‘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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