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Since 1980 The Business of Film (TBOF0 has been an innovator in Trade Publishing.
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.
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Recreation Secures International Rights To
Once Upon A Time In Brooklyn Selling At EFM
Once Upon A Time In Brooklyn
Grindstone Entertainment has acquired North American rights in all media to the thriller Once Upon A Time In Brooklyn (AKA GOAT), which will be released by Lionsgate Home Entertainment. International rights have been acquired by Los Angeles-based sales company, Recreation, helmed by founder and president Ariel Veneziano.
Ronna Wallace of Eastgate Pictures negotiated the deals for both Recreation and Grindstone on behalf of the producers. Stan Wertlieb negotiated on behalf of Grindstone and Veneziano for Recreation. Produced by William DeMeo, Paul Borghese and newcomer Robyn K Bennett, written by DeMeo and Borghese who also directs the movie, Once Upon A Time In Brooklyn stars Golden Globe nominated and Emmy Award winning actor Armand Assante, Ice-T, Vincent Pastore, Ja Rule, William DeMeo, Cathy Moriaty, and Paul Borghese.
Recreation adds two new feature film titles to its international slate for EFM: Victor Ginzburg's Generation P based on Viktor Pelevin's best-selling cult novel and Rashaad Ernesto Green's debut feature film Gun Hill Road. Other titles Recreation is selling at Berlin include two-time Oscar nominee Spike Lee's critically acclaimed Red Hook Summer; the mythological fantasy Jason And The Necronauts starring Casper Van Dien and directed by visual special effects veteran Kevin Vanhook (I, Robot, I Am Number Four); and Renny Harlin's devastating war drama 5 Days Of August starring Andy Garcia, Val Kilmer, Rupert Friend, Heather Graham and Entourage's Emmanuele Chriqui and based on true events surrounding the 2008 conflict between Russia and Georgia.
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