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Disney sets 2016 release for animated Moana

20-Oct-2014 | By

Walt Disney Animation Studios has revealed plans for the CG comedy adventure Moana.

Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever remake set for AFM

20-Oct-2014 | By

Voltage Pictures to begin sales on horror remake based on the original Eli Roth script.

The Homesman joins AFI line-up

20-Oct-2014 | By

Tommy Lee Jones’ The Homesman has slotted into AFI FEST as an additional Centerpiece Gala.

Time Out of Mind

IFC acquires Time Out of Mind

20-Oct-2014 | By

Richard Gere stars as a homeless man in the film that debuted at Toronto.

Sundance Institute

Sundance to launch workshops across US

20-Oct-2014 | By

The Sundance Institute will bring artist development day labs to eight cities across the US over the next three years following $1m in new funding from the John S and James L Knight Foundation.

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Lionsgate, Tribeca launch SVOD service


Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises have announced a subscription VOD service to carry “a prestigious” selection of films from both companies as well as third-party global content.

Christine Eloy

Europa Distribution warns of single digital market ‘catastrophe’


Europa Distribution has warned that the European Commission’s proposed single digital market would be a “catastrophe” for the independent film sector.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles tops UK chart

Paramount’s reboot dethrones Gone Girl with a $7.7m (£4.8m) debut, including previews; Fox’s Gone Girl reaches $22.8m (£14.1m); Munro Films’ Northern Soul records highest three-day opening weekend gross for a British film opening in under 100 sites.


Fury rolls into top US slot

The prospect of Brad Pitt in a tank proved irresistible to North American audiences as the Second World War tale rolled into action through Sony, while Birdman delivered the result of the weekend with a massive limited launch via Fox Searchlight.

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Adrian Wootton

UK Film & TV Week launches in LA

Touring representatives from the UK’s Screen Agency Network will promote UK facilities, locations and tax benefits during the inaugural UK Film & TV Week in Los Angeles this week.

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