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Mel Gibson

IM Global boards Hacksaw Ridge

28-Jan-2015 | By

EXCLUSIVE: In arguably the plum US title of the EFM, Mel Gibson is returning behind the camera for the first time in nearly a decade to direct Andrew Garfield in the $40-50m true-life epic.

Matthew McConaughey

Sierra/Affinity to sell Gold

28-Jan-2015 | By

Another major project has dropped into the EFM as Sierra/Affinity consummates its lengthy courtship with the Black Bear Pictures adventure to star Matthew McConaughey and prepares to kick off international sales in Berlin next week.

Searchlight confirms Brooklyn deal

28-Jan-2015 | By

Fox Searchlight has confirmed its deal for the US and multiple territories to Sundance hit Brooklyn, while Magnolia has swooped on Best Of Enemies and Sundance Selects buys City Of Gold.

Isabel Coixet

Fortitude to sell This Man, This Woman

28-Jan-2015 | By

EFM: Penelope Cruz and Diane Kruger are in final talks to star in the romance from Isabel Coixet, whose Nobody Wants The Night will open the Berlinale next week.

Lionsgate

Lionsgate, Hunan TV in partnership talks

28-Jan-2015 | By

Lionsgate and China’s Hunan TV are in advanced talks to strike a three-year film-making pact.

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IFFR Live launches today with Atlantic

24-Jan-2015

Pan-European cinema event will see five films premiere in Rotterdam and simultaneously across Europe; Distrify Media and Filmin will offer through VOD.

Cineworld

Cineworld to launch first UK 4DX cinema

12-Jan-2015

Cinematic experience “stimulates all five senses”.

Mel Gibson

IM Global boards Hacksaw Ridge

EXCLUSIVE: In arguably the plum US title of the EFM, Mel Gibson is returning behind the camera for the first time in nearly a decade to direct Andrew Garfield in the $40-50m true-life epic.

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Frozen

Frozen helps Japan box office rise 6.6%

Japan’s box office gross rose 6.6% to hit JPY207bn ($1.75bn) last year.

The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies

Five Armies ousts Miss Granny in China

CHINA BOX OFFICE: The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies grossed $49.84m on its opening weekend in China, pushing record-breaking remake Miss Granny into second place.

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