All Territory Focus articles – Page 8

  • Ivy Ho
    Features

    Hong Kong's top new talents

    2011-03-16T14:25:00Z

    A distinctive film-making culture is blooming in Hong Kong. Liz Shackleton turns the spotlight on a new generation of visionary directors

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    Hong Kong International Film Festival preview

    2011-03-16T10:24:00Z

    The Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF) celebrates an anniversary this year — its 35th — and is welcoming new executive director Roger Garcia, who joined in September

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    Co-producing with Spain

    2011-02-10T14:08:00Z

    What makes Spain so attractive to foreign co-producers? Chris Evans reports

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    The new face of Spain

    2011-02-10T13:57:00Z

    Spain’s film-makers are tapping international talent and scoring success on the world stage. Chris Evans explores the growing ambition of the territory — and the realities of film financing

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    Hot properties

    2011-02-10T13:47:00Z

    Spain has a wealth of high-profile projects lining up for 2011, from the anticipated new film from Pedro Almodovar to the latest horror titles. Chris Evans profiles some of the most exciting titles

  • Clara Lago
    Features

    The talent pool

    2011-02-10T13:23:00Z

    When it comes to acting and film-making talent, Spain is an international hotspot. Chris Evans rounds up the new names emerging from the country

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    The pain in Spain

    2011-02-10T12:36:00Z

    The Spanish box office may have risen in 2010 but the market remains squeezed by piracy. Chris Evans reports

  • Andres Baiz
    Features

    In the chair: top Colombian directors

    2011-02-07T15:10:00Z

    Hugo Chaparro Valderrama profiles some of Colombia’s leading film-makers

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    An emerging force

    2011-02-07T14:53:00Z

    With rising admissions and an expanding exhibition sector, Colombia is trying to confront piracy and build on the success of the 3D phenomenon. Hugo Chaparro Valderrama reports

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    Rules of attraction

    2011-02-07T14:42:00Z

    With a growing economy, diverse locations and an expanding skills base, Colombia is aiming to overcome foreign misconceptions and attract international shoots. By Hugo Chaparro Valderrama

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    Critical window: Cartagena international film festival

    2011-02-07T14:34:00Z

    With a new artistic director this year, Colombia’s oldest film festival (Feb 24-March 3) is aiming to become the leading international platform for the territory’s fast-rising film-makers. By Hugo Chaparro Valderrama

  • Crab Trap
    Features

    Fountain of youth

    2011-02-07T14:23:00Z

    Colombia is one of the most exciting emerging markets in Latin America, with a diverse range of films breaking out on the international stage. Hugo Chaparro Valderrama explores how the territory’s new wave of directors are combining local support with international savvy

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    Net worth

    2011-02-07T12:07:00Z

    With 450 million internet users and moves to tackle piracy, the online video market in China has huge potential. Liz Shackleton assesses a burgeoning market which is striking content deals with Hollywood

  • Han Sanping
    Features

    Who to know in China

    2011-02-07T11:53:00Z

    Key business leaders are plotting the future course of the Chinese film industry. Screen profiles the leading executives on the international radar

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    Playing the field

    2011-02-07T11:44:00Z

    From political dramas to US studio-backed thrillers, Hugo Chaparro Valderrama looks at some of the hottest Colombian titles gearing up for 2011 — and the talent behind them

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    When East meets West

    2011-02-07T11:43:00Z

    International film-makers are increasingly exploring Chinese co-productions — not least because it means a film can bypass the territory’s import quotas. Liz Shackleton looks at the opportunities for co-producing with China

  • Yu Dong
    Features

    Entering the dragon

    2011-02-07T11:29:00Z

    The Chinese market may be booming, but with quotas very much in place it remains off-limits to many foreign films. Liz Shackleton explores the reality of releasing in China

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    The China hotlist, 2011-12

    2011-02-07T11:28:00Z

    Liz Shackleton profiles some of the hottest new films coming out of China

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    China's international steps

    2011-02-07T11:27:00Z

    Chinese investors are also beginning to explore overseas opportunities. By Sen-lun Yu

  • Wu Xia
    Features

    The powerhouse

    2011-02-07T11:24:00Z

    The runaway success of the Chinese film business has led to an influx of investment capital. Sen-lun Yu explores how the flow of finance is shaping the future of the industry