All Territory Focus articles – Page 10

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    Going wide in India

    2010-09-06T16:18:00Z

    Historically, Bollywood has ruled the Indian market. But with Inception , Avatar and 2012 scoring hits, is the territory finally opening up to Hollywood product? Udita Jhunjhunwala reports

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    The groundbreaker

    2010-09-06T15:49:00Z

    Despite striking major deals with Hollywood, UTV is now refocusing on its core Indian business. Ronnie Screwvala, founder and chief executive of UTV Group, tells Udita Jhunjhunwala why he will only look at co-producing foreign projects if UTV is on an equal creative footing

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    The real India

    2010-09-06T15:36:00Z

    A string of high-profile deals in recent years made India look like it was shaping up to become Hollywood’s financial saviour. But against a global climate of financial uncertainty, the territory’s major players are turning their focus back onto their local market. Liz Shackleton reports

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    Brazil blooms

    2010-08-05T18:00:00Z

    Screen editor Mike Goodridge introduces Elaine Guerini’s territory focus exploring the production and distribution scene in Brazil.

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    The leading edge

    2010-08-05T17:56:00Z

    Elaine Guerini shines a spotlight on the hottest producers at work in Brazil.

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    Undiscovered country

    2010-08-05T17:55:00Z

    Brazil is a fast-rising market — but cinema expansion has so far been slow outside of the major cities. Elaine Guerini explores the issues holding back the territory’s theatre development.

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    Made in Brazil

    2010-08-05T17:55:00Z

    From sequels to international breakouts through to buzzy directorial debuts, Elaine Guerini profiles some of the hottest new films coming out of the territory.

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    Have funds, need audiences

    2010-08-05T17:55:00Z

    Brazilian producers may find it easier today to get their films financed but improving local distribution is the next challenge they face. Elaine Guerini investigates.

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    Territory Focus: Israel

    2010-07-13T16:12:00Z

    Despite its small size Israel has produced a string of international breakouts in recent years. Edna Fainaru tracks the rise of Israel’s film-makers — and profiles the talent and financiers keeping the momentum going. Editor Mike Goodridge introduces.

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    Israel Territory Focus: Filmmaking and Acting Talent

    2010-07-13T15:51:00Z

    Israel is a hotbed of acting and film-making talent. Edna Fainaru profiles the home-grown stars with the potential to make an international impact.

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    Funds management

    2010-05-21T14:15:00Z

    Worth more than $400m per year, Germany’s array of funds can make up a significant portion of a budget. Martin Blaney explores the ups and downs of the territory’s funding options, and how each can be tapped.

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    Friends in all the right places

    2010-05-21T13:57:00Z

    Who are the German co-producers that international producers need to know when contemplating a shoot in the territory? Martin Blaney profiles a selection.

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    5 and counting

    2010-05-18T17:35:00Z

    An ambitious new international player has emerged from Germany in K5 Media Group, the Munich-based development, finance and sales outfit. Principals Oliver Simon and Daniel Baur speak to Mike Goodridge.

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    Teutonic shift

    2010-05-17T17:36:00Z

    Germany has re-invented itself as an attractive place to make international films. In this special production focus, Screen explores the opportunities inGermany for overseas films, from co-production partners to finance, studios and locations.

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    The German connection

    2010-05-17T14:09:00Z

    With its generous array of finance and an ever-expanding pool of talent, Germany is a natural location choice for film shoots from around the world. Martin Blaney looks at how the territory’s muscular production sector is strengthening its international links.

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    Europe’s major studio

    2010-05-17T14:02:00Z

    Berlin’s venerable Studio Babelsberg is playing a key role in Germany’s production upturn. Now it is looking to strengthen its offer as a co-producer.Martin Blaney reports.

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    A few dollars more

    2010-04-23T12:19:00Z

    Australia may have scenic locations and world-class studios, infrastructure and facilities, but the exchange rate is deterring overseas shoots. Sandy George looks at what the industry is doing to end the drought.

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    Happy together

    2010-04-23T12:01:00Z

    Australian producers are looking to team up with foreign partners to exploit the benefits of the country’s co-production incentives. Sandy George reports.

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    Producing results in Australia

    2010-04-23T11:23:00Z

    Australia’s generous producer offset incentive is giving local film-makers a major boost, with a range of ambitious projects in the pipeline. But films with foreign elements are at the mercy of a shadowy discretionary system which is causing controversy, reports Sandy George.

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    Australia: a brand new day?

    2010-04-22T16:13:00Z

    Editor Mike Goodridge introduces Screen’s Australia territory focus.