Producer at Films in Motion www.fimfilmsinmotion.com
Comment on: US film tax incentives: something to bank on?
Hagling of state incentives is not a new scenario. Familiar with it since the 1970s. Its less complicated with government funding in the EU.
Comment on: Rotterdam: How to get your film noticed
It is so amazing that people still talk about the need of PR. Its logical that PR plays a vital part in the making of a film, to have unit publicity, etc. Publicity can also be had for free. The amount of €10-25,000 to promote the film can bring you a lot of exposure. Former VP of Hollywood Publicist Guild
Comment on: Damon: Cannes 2013 lacking riches
There are always "hot" films for sale. The so called hot ones also bomb in many territories. All the great talent that exists in the film world are fortunate to be seen in their country, hopefully also in two or three additional areas. When an original project, already packaged with award winning cast and crew is offered, there is still hesitation. Imagination is what this industry needs.