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HISTORY of TBOF'S PRODUCT GUIDE MILESTONES: 1980-2012
Always evolving – always innovating - always your best source for
factual & in-depth Industry Reporting & Commentary 1980: Established independent Trade Publication TBOF against
Fierce Competition from the major publications Screen International,
Hollywood Reporter, and Variety. 1983:
Introduced separate to the Main magazine the Free Product Guide Listing with
Pictures of the Executives. The Product Guide is now widely used by all
publications but TBOF remains the only PG where companies can list as many
films as they wish. TBOF believes the PG listing should be easily accessible
to help companies sell their products worldwide. 1985: Published the first Print & Audio magazine, where a
video was contained within the Cover of TBOF. 1987: Sent out the first Product Guide via a Computer Disc.
For Mac or PC. 2006: Created the Berlin Pocket
Issue & Product Guide, which fit easily inside a Pocket or Purse.
2007: Reacting to the ongoing technological
changes and economical factors, became the first trade publication to go
Online with the Daily editions at Cannes and AFM. 2009: Introduced the Printed Presence Cover Editions at AFM
Cannes & Berlin using an ipad to encourage readers to access the online
editions. 2011: At AFM the first trade
publication use of a QR reader on the Cover advertisement that took the
reader directly to the Film Trailer. 2012
launched at AFM the QR Reader Product Guide.
The impact of films from the Far East and especially China are changing the complexion of producing, buying, selling and conducting business globally. Emerging Chinese stars such as the stunningly beautiful actress Yueting Lang starring in Mountain Cry are projected onto the radar of the western world and screens, with increasing and welcome frequency. Following its world premiere at the 20th Busan International Film Festival, Fortissimo handling sales on the Larry Yang directed film prior to AFM has sold the Japanese rights to Hark & Company. Fortissimo Films has been at the forefront of bringing Asian films to the global market since its inception in 1991. That foresight into the wealth of Asian talent and the desire to bring the films to the world has flowered into recognized prominence with continuing and strong growing interest from European buyers.
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Chris D. Nebe, President of Monarex Hollywood Corporation, has announced a slate of two feature films: Bodytalk and She Saw Red, which will be filmed in China with American and Chinese stars in English. Pre-production will commence in 2016. Nebe says: "We are currently in discussion with Chinese investment... click for full story
Prior to its world premiere during AFM Grindstone Entertainment Group has acquired the North American distribution rights to the action-thriller Mercury Plains, starring Scott Eastwood (Fury, The Longest Ride, Suicide Squad), with distribution to be handled... click for full story
The ever-changing distribution and release patterns in both the United States and worldwide see sampling of Starz' dramatic series Flesh and Bone from EmmyR award-winning writer and executive producer Moira Walley-Beckett (Breaking Bad) available... click for full story
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