All Territory Focus articles – Page 5

  • Only God Forgives
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    Denmark: making a killing

    2013-06-25T11:30:00Z

    Denmark’s TV crime dramas are global hits, and its feature films are booming thanks to a privileged support system, but could that lead to complacency? Wendy Mitchell talks to Danish industry experts.

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    Belgium: Fighting fit

    2013-06-01T14:06:00Z

    Belgium is increasingly prominent on the world stage as a source of hot films and talent that can travel. Geoffrey Macnab explores the rise of a territory with big potential

  • Grace of Monaco
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    Belgium: In the money

    2013-06-01T14:06:00Z

    Belgium’s Tax Shelter is vital to production in the territory. So why are some in the industry calling for it to be revised? By Geoffrey Macnab

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    Belgium: The rising tide

    2013-06-01T14:06:00Z

    From Marion Cotillard uniting with the Dardenne brothers to the latest from rising new directors, Geoffrey Macnab explores the hottest new Belgian films in the works

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    Japan Special 2013

    2013-05-16T00:01:00Z

    In a big year for Japan at the Cannes Film Festival, Screen offers a detailed insight to the industry, plans for TIFF, the growth of TIFFCOM and a look at Japan on the Croisette.

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    Territory Focus: Ireland

    2013-05-13T00:01:00Z

    Browse Screen’s focus on film-making in Ireland, including an overview of the industry, the Irish Film Board and the hottest upcoming movies.

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    Ireland: Hot films

    2013-05-13T00:01:00Z

    From offbeat comedy to horror to co-productions with major international names, Ireland is producing a broad range of cinema. Leon Forde profiles a selection of anticipated upcoming films.

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    Irish cinema 
lights up

    2013-05-13T00:01:00Z

    A wave of local film-making talent, ambitious producers and attractive co-production options are helping Ireland shine on the world stage. Leon Forde reports

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    Irish Film Board: springboard for Ireland’s industry

    2013-05-13T00:01:00Z

    The Irish Film Board is playing a key role in the growth of Irish cinema. By Leon Forde.

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    Spanish cinema: achieving the impossible

    2013-02-14T10:51:45.933Z

    Spain may be going through a financial crisis but local cinema had a banner year in 2012. Juan Sarda explores the complex realities of Spanish cinema, and how the territory’s deep pool of talent is overcoming local difficulties to create world-beating films.

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    Spanish cinema: the next big things

    2013-02-14T10:51:41.290Z

    With new work from the likes of Pedro Almodovar, Claudia Llosa, Jaume Balaguero and Alex de la Iglesia in 2013, Spanish cinema is hotter than ever. Juan Sarda profiles a selection of upcoming films.

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    Spanish cinema: counting the cost

    2013-02-14T10:51:31.320Z

    With Spanish admissions down, Juan Sarda looks at how the territory’s independent distributors are approaching the market.

  • En Solitaire
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    Spanish cinema: sailing in tandem

    2013-02-14T10:51:00Z

    With Spanish film-makers increasingly looking to work with international partners, Juan Sarda explores the territory’s attractiveness as a co-producer

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    Growing up fast

    2012-11-02T19:26:00Z

    Local films are losing ground to Hollywood imports at the Chinese box office. Liz Shackleton explores how China’s production sector, still in a relatively early stage of development, is approaching the marketplace

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    A change of image

    2012-11-02T19:25:00Z

    As a growing part of the global visual-effects industry, China offers more than low costs and outsourcing. Liz Shackleton reports

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    Rules of attraction

    2012-11-02T19:24:00Z

    China has been emerging as an exciting international partner. But with its government putting co-productions under scrutiny, could that be about to change? Liz Shackleton reports

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    Taking the bait

    2012-11-02T19:19:00Z

    Studio shoots may have slowed but Australia’s hot film-making talent and incentives are ensuring the territory is a sought-after international partner. By Sandy George

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    Blooming in the desert

    2012-10-11T10:02:00Z

    The introduction in 2012 of Abu Dhabi’s generous production rebate underlines the region’s ambition as an international production hub.

  • Reel Cinemas
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    Big screen opportunities

    2012-10-11T10:02:00Z

    State-of-the-art multiplexes are helping to grow the Gulf box office.

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    The power of three

    2012-10-11T10:01:00Z

    The Gulf festivals are playing a central role in the Arab film-making renaissance.