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CMG to sell ‘Loving Vincent’

4-May-2015 | By

EXCLUSIVE: Edward Noeltner is Cannes-bound with world sales rights to the prestige Vincent Van Gogh ‘painted animation’ featuring the voices of Douglas Booth, Saoirse Ronan, Jerome Flynn and Chris O’Dowd.

Rory Culkin

Scott Free, RSA, Vice team on Jonas Akerlund's 'Lord of Chaos'

4-May-2015 | By Andreas Wiseman

EXCLUSIVE: Protagonist to launch sales in Cannes ahead of Norway shoot; Rory Culkin and X-Men’s Caleb Landry Jones to star.

Embankment boards Sophie Cookson horror 'Hush'

1-May-2015 | By Andreas Wiseman

The sales agent has commenced international sales on the Sigma Films and Thruline Entertainment horror supported by Creative Scotland.

Bill Murray

Lotus Entertainment to sell ‘Magic City’

1-May-2015 | By

Jim Seibel and Bill Johnson will commence sales in Cannes on the Starz original TV series adaptation starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Olga Kurylenko, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Danny Huston, and Kelly Lynch.


Samuel Goldwyn Films acquires ‘Franny’

1-May-2015 | By

The distributor has picked up writer-director Andrew Renzi’s feature debut and recent Tribeca selection starring Richard Gere. Fortitude International handles sales in Cannes on behalf of QED International.

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CinemaCon: Wednesday tech round-up


Harkness Screens has launched its Curolux suite of screen monitoring solutions for digital cinema.


CinemaCon: Tuesday tech round-up


Seoul-based 4D specialist CJ 4DPLEX has signed deals with Indian multiplex titan PVR Ltd and two Japanese exhibitors to bring 4DX technology to their movie theatres.  

'Ultron' soars to $627m global

Marvel’s Avengers: Age Of Ultron maintained winning ways with an estimated $168m from 88 territories to climb to $439m internationally and $627m worldwide.

‘Ultron’ delivers $187.7m US debut

Marvel Studios’ superhero tentpole erupted into 4,276 theatres across North America at the weekend to deliver the second biggest three-day debut in history.

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BFI: post-election budget cuts “inevitable”

The British Film Institute (BFI), the UK’s lead organization for film, is bracing itself for further cuts to its budget after the general election.

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