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Samba

Samba to close San Sebastian

22-Aug-2014 | By Michael Rosser

Intouchables directors follow-up drama stars Omar Sy, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Tahar Rahim

Boyhood

Boyhood wins at Norwegian festival

22-Aug-2014 | By Jorn Rossing Jensen

Other winners include Chef, The Hundred-Foot Journey and Stations of the Cross with a special mention for ’71.

The Expendables 3

Expendables nabs social media lead

22-Aug-2014 | By Michael Rosser

The action sequel proved the most buzzed about film on social networks in the UK.

Secret Cinema Presents Dead Poets Society

Robin Williams tribute raises £24k+

22-Aug-2014 | By Michael Rosser

Event cinema organiser will donate takings from its Dead Poets Society screenings to mental health charities.

Fast and Furious 6

UK pirate gets 33-month sentence

21-Aug-2014 | By Michael Rosser

Sentence passed on a man who recorded Fast and Furious 6 at a UK cinema and sold copies to the public.

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The Expendables 3

Expendables nabs social media lead

22-Aug-2014

The action sequel proved the most buzzed about film on social networks in the UK.

Taiwan piracy research launch

Films pirated by 73% of Taiwanese

21-Aug-2014

A study from research consultancy Sycamore Research and Marketing has found that 73% of Taiwanese netizens admit they pirate movies and music, although 81% agree that piracy is wrong.

Sundance Institute

Sundance Institute names New Frontier co-heads

Sundance Institute executives have named Shari Frilot and Kamal Sinclair co-directors of New Frontier in a bid to deepen the organisation’s commitment to the programme.

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Dragon 2 bids to retain title

DreamWorks Animation’s How To Train Your Dragon 2 finished top of the pile last session thanks to a sterling debut in China that delivered a little over $26m.

How To Train Your Dragon 2

Dragon 2 flies at China box office

CHINA BOX OFFICE: DreamWorks Animation’s How To Train Your Dragon 2 topped the Chinese box office for the week August 11-17, grossing $26.32m over a four-day weekend, while Pompeii opened in third position with $6.68m over three days.

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