All Territory Focus articles – Page 6

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    Vision of the future

    2012-10-11T10:01:00Z

    A few years after splashy Hollywood deals put the region on the film map, the Gulf has been refocusing its efforts on building a sustainable industry - and now local talent is finding its voice.

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    Ready for launch

    2012-09-02T20:27:00Z

    The hottest German-language projects in the works from celebrated veterans and talented newcomers.

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    Drawing heat

    2012-09-02T20:27:00Z

    From the tipped star of Cate Shortland’s Lore to new directors attracting a cult following, Screen profiles Germany’s talents to watch.

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    The right formula

    2012-09-02T20:26:00Z

    Generous financing options, ambitious film-makers and world-class facilities are making Germany a vital co-producer.

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    Follow the money

    2012-09-02T20:26:00Z

    Germany’s network of film funds has made the territory a key international co-producer.

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    Expanding Horizons

    2012-07-19T05:01:00Z

    As the T-Mobile New Horizons film festival (July 19-29) kickstarts the Polish Days initiative, Marcin J Sobczak explains how government support and an emphasis on co-productions is giving the Polish film industry a stronger international standing.

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    On the road to success

    2012-07-05T10:57:00Z

    South East Europe has seen a boom in production in recent years, with regional hits such as The Parade, but the exhibition and distribution sectors still have to catch up.

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    Talent spotting

    2012-05-10T15:47:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    Screen rounds up the hottest writing, directing and producing talent coming out of Northern Ireland.

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    Case Study: Game Of Thrones

    2012-05-10T15:43:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    HBO backed Northern Ireland to host its popular fantasy series Game Of Thrones, which shoots its third series in the country this summer.

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    Belfast Film Festival

    2012-05-10T15:42:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    Two high-profile local films will bookend the Belfast Film Festival (May 31-June 10)

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    All points North

    2012-05-10T15:38:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    Northern Ireland is undergoing a local and international production boom.

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    All eyes on the Netherlands

    2012-03-29T11:50:00Z

    Ahead of its public opening, Geoffrey Macnab visits the EYE in Amsterdam and looks at how the museum and the EYE Film Institute can boost the Dutch film industry

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    Mixed blessings

    2012-03-29T11:47:00Z

    Dutch films have been booming in recent years, but public spending cuts are threatening future success. Screen examines the current state of Dutch production, including 10 hot films.

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    Naked ambition

    2011-08-25T15:40:00Z

    With all eyes on Scandinavia to find the next lucrative international franchise, Norway is stepping into the frame.

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    Northern exposure

    2011-08-25T15:35:00Z

    Some of the world’s most electric foreign-language titles are being made by Norwegian film-makers right now. Screen profiles a selection of new films and spotlights a trio of rising directors.

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    Welcome to the future

    2011-08-25T15:34:00Z

    Norway is the first country in the world to have digitised all of its film theatres. Jorn Rossing Jensen looks at the impact it is having on cinema-going in the territory

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    The next chapter

    2011-08-25T15:33:00Z

    As the number of Nordic crime film and TV adaptations increases, Mike Goodridge talks to two of the region’s most successful novelists, Jo Nesbo and Camilla Lackberg, about the process of bringing their hot properties to the screen.

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    Rising Romania

    2011-06-30T14:47:00Z

    Some of the world’s leading film-makers are scouting locations in a territory that is keeping busy despite having no financial incentives.

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    The Balkan answer

    2011-06-30T09:57:00Z

    With established film infrastructures and fascinating landscapes, Serbia and Croatia have been quietly luring productions away from the nearby centres of Prague and Budapest. Now both are introducing valuable tax incentives to give international producers two competitive new location hubs.

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    An appetite for Hungary

    2011-06-30T09:44:00Z

    As the territory’s popularity has soared, so have costs.