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HISTORY of TBOF'S PRODUCT GUIDE MILESTONES: 1980-2012
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factual & in-depth Industry Reporting & Commentary 1980: Established independent Trade Publication TBOF against
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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
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Zhang Wei, the business entrepreneur with a passion for the arts and cinema who transitioned into becoming a producer/director of socially conscious films, has signed a multi-picture deal for representation... click for full story
Ben Barenholtz, producer, cinema operator and film distributor, is one of three individuals to be awarded the Berlinale Camera during the 66th Berlin International Film Festival: Tim Robbins, actor, director, writer and producer (USA); and cinema operator Marlies... click for full story
At Cannes 2015, Mad Max: Fury Road, shown Out of Competition in the Official Selection, marked the comeback of its creator, George Miller, and of the visionary filmmaking that made him a household name around the world, with hero Max Rockatansky and the films... click for full story
Following its World Premiere at Sundance, and ahead of its Screening at the Berlinale (today) Dogwoof's Anna Godas (pictured) has closed a deal with A&E IndieFilms and RatPac Documentary Films for Author:... click for full story
Sean O'Kelly, joint CEO, Carnaby Sales & Distribution and the Carnaby team at EFM launch Carnaby's Interlude In Prague set to star James Purefoy (Ironclad), Aneurin Barnard (The White Queen), and... click for full story
Joshua Deitell attends the European Film Market in his new position of Vice President of International Sales and Acquisitions from Manager of Sales and Acquisitions at The Solution Entertainment Group. Dietell's promotion was announced just prior to Berlin by Lisa... click for full story
The Berlinale first introduced Best First Feature Award, in 2006, since then it has been even more committed to supporting the next generation of filmmakers.
The Best First Feature Award is endowed with 50,000... click for full story
Co-founded by Francesca Manno and Nicola Tassoni, Summerside International, a dynamic new entertainment company specializing in the production, financing and worldwide distribution of feature films and television programming, debuts at the European... click for full story
The Panorama Special opens today (Fri, Feb 12th), at the Zoo Palast with Daniel Burman's El rey del Once (The Tenth Man) and the War on Everyone by John Michael McDonagh.
When Daniel Burman presented his... click for full story
Starz has greenlit The White Princess, the follow-up to the critically-acclaimed STARZ Original Miniseries event The White Queen, from Company Pictures. Adapted from Philippa Gregory's best-selling novel of the same name and part of The Cousins' War book series, The... click for full story
CineTel's Vigilante Diaries Sold In Multiple Countries
At the Vigilante Diaries Premiere in Hollywood last week, L-R:
Christian Sesma, Jacob Vargas, Jason Mewes, Clifton Collins Jr., Noel Guglielmi, Asko Akopyan.
Vigilante Diaries from CineTel Films had its US premiere at the Arclight Hollywood, just prior to EFM and its first market screening (Feb 11th).
Reflecting the dynamics of transmedia platforms and success, Vigilante Diaries started life as a web series, aired on Machinima's Chill.com, and was then released as a feature film. Vigilante Diaries stars Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, Michael Jai White, Michael Madsen, and Jason Mewes.
CineTel invested in the film and holds all domestic and international rights.
Pre EFM sales include: Ex Yugoslavia Countries - Discovery Films; Middle
East, India, Turkey - Italia Film; Japan -New Select, Pan Asia - HBO Asia;
Philippines - Silverline / Cinemaxx; Portugal - Nos Lusomundo; S. Korea -
Sookie Pictures; U.K. - Altitude Film Entertainment; Vietnam - Golden
River / Ram Entertainment.
The Retrospective of the 66th Berlin International Film Festival is dedicated to the year 1966, a turning point in German cinema dating back fifty years. An atmosphere of change prevails: in the West, auteur filmmakers challenge the contradictions of the economic miracle; in the East, young directors question everyday life under socialism. The New German Cinema manages to make an international breakthrough. "The year 1966 stands for extraordinary films in the West and the East, films which broke new artistic ground. The Retrospective 2016 shows the audacious revolt and tentative exploration in a time of transition," remarks festival director Dieter Kosslick.
Nu Image - Millennium EFM 2016
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Day 2 - February 12th
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