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MFF 17, by Jio-MAMI, Festival Diary, V
Long festivals and so many films to watch, besides the regular weekly releases to see and review—not unexpectedly, festival diaries go into several parts, and even get interrupted by another festival that follows on the heels of the earlier one. MFF17 was followed by IFFI. But there still so much to day about MFF, so here’s one more instalment of the Diary.
Thithi is a two-hour long Kannada film set in rural Karnataka. It has earned rave rev...
IFFI Goa 2015, Festival Diary, IX: Advance to the rear
“For more than a week, Producers, Distributors and industry professionals from 82 countries connected in Santa Monica. They presented and considered over 2,000 projects, learned from 103 speakers at 29 events, networked at dozens of parties every night, and closed over 10,000 deals worth nearly one billion dollars. We look forward to more sales announcements in the coming weeks as negotiations started at AFM are concluded.”
Founded in 1981, the American Film M...
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AFM CONFERENCE SERIES: FILM FESTIVAL CONFERENCE: Quotes from the session outlined below.
Navigating the Festival Circuit:
Audrey Delaney, SVP, Marketing & Acquisitions, Myriad Pictures: participates in a panel at the American Film Market (AFM) conferences held at the Fairmont Hotel on Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, in Santa Monica, Calif. (Photo Richard Shotwell/Invision for IFTA/AP Images)
- “Getting your film to any...
Guests attend the American Film Market (AFM) Carousel Cocktails: Meet the Festivals hosted by ProSight Specialty Insurance and Media Services Payroll held at the Merry-Go-Round at the Santa Monica Pier on Sunday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Santa Monica, Calif. (Photo Richard Shotwell/Invision for IFTA/AP Images)
Wendy Arroyo attends the American Film Market (AFM) Carousel Cocktails: (Photo Richard Shotwell/Invision for IFTA/AP Images)
9 November 2015
For Immediate release
OTTAWA, ON – The credits have rolled and the ballots are in! The audiences of the second annual Cellar Door Film Festival name Liza, the Fox-Fairy (Liza, a rókatündér) and The Prime of Life (La force de l‘âge) as the winners of the Audience Award for Best Feature Film and Best Short Film, respectively. Liza, the Fox-Fairy, directed by Károly Ujj Mészáros, is a dark fantasy/comedy f...
AFM CONFERENCE SERIES: PITCH CONFERENCE: Quotes from the session outlined below.
Tobin Armbrust, President & Worldwide Production + Acquisition, Virgin Produced
- “I see 200-300 scripts a week. Pitches, I see maybe two. To sell something as a pitch, it depends on where you’re at and what company you’re going to. Some companies will hear pitches every single day - they have relationships with writers that will...
Hong Kong Day at the American Film Market (AFM®) opened today, November 5th. The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) Regional Director of Americas, Ralph Chow, and AFM® Managing Director Jonathan Wolf welcomed the sixth edition of the event, which is co-organized by the AFM® and the HKTDC. The day featured events and screenings highlighting international opportunities for film production in Hong Kong.
HONG KONG ROUNDTABLE: THE NEXT GENERATION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR PRODUC...
The 28th Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) will be held from October 22 to 31, 2015.
The 28th TIFF kicked off in the rather warm early autumn beautiful weather.
The Red Carpet began with the appearance of Pepper, the world’s first robot to understand human emotions, and Festival Navigators KIWA and Masao Nomura. Together they announced the opening of the 28th TIFF.
Actresses Hilary Swank starring in You’re Not Y...
Thanks for an amazing PFF24 Opening Night!
Thanks to the more than 700 PFS Members, Badge Holders, ticket holders, guests, sponsors, and students who came out last night to welcome Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson to the 24th Annual Philadelphia Film Festival! After roaring applause and cheers from the audience, Charlie said that it was one of the most excited responses he's seen with the film so far. We're so proud to present film to such a supportive, enthusiastic, and welcoming commu...
Butterfly Angel Entertainment will host, alongside sponsor guests Layrite and Hawleywood’s Barber Shop, an exclusive one night event at the infamous barbershop in Costa Mesa, California; at its V.I.P. Speakeasy room in the back of the shop. As three producers from Butterfly Angel Entertainment will be in attendance at the American Film Market in Santa Monica, California, November 4‐11, 2015.
American Film Market is one of the largest conferences in the entertainment industry in its exis...
AFM will host the world’s producers and decision makers to four themed networking receptions at the historic Merry-Go-Round on the Santa Monica Pier. The AFM’s Carousel Cocktails will provide a unique and memorable experience as participants connect and relax at the beach.
AFM’s Carousel Cocktails will take place on November 7, 8, 9 & 10 from 5:00 to 7:30. Each reception will have a theme:
Genre Night hosted by Tapei Film Commission &ndas...
"The evil and I are old friends.
The people and the part he posed claims a tremendous responsibility for the truth to the person, Jimmy Bulger, and in painting a character you don't like.
Just shooting from the hip.
Bad people do bad things well, it's a quest.
Depp's heroes? John Barrymore and Marlon Brando.
He plays a character, not a poster boy, there's a danger transformation
To look like Jimmy Bulger? The blue eye contacts."
The 40th Toronto International Film Festival® comes to a close with record highs for industry attendance, including more than 2,100 buyers for a 9% increase over last year.
The Festival saw strong film sales: among the highlights was the sale of the Midnight Madness sci-fi action movie Hardcore, which sold to STX for a reported $10 million.
To date, 36 films were sold during the Festival to multiple territories. There were substantial U.S. sales for Anomalisa (Paramount), Eye in the Sky (B...
El Clan, director Pablo Trapero with Guillermo Francella, Peter Lanzani, producer Agustín Almodóvar, sketch by Nesta Venice 2015
El Clan, The family are the victims.
L'Attesa, director Piero Messina, with Juilet Binoche at Venice Film Festival 2015, skecth by Nesta
L’Attesa, wait, les memoirs, magical thinking
L'Hermine, directed by Christian Vincent with Fabrice Luchini and Sidse Babett Knudsen at Venice Film Festival sketch...
Awards Ceremony of the 72nd Venice International Film Festival (12 September 2015).
Address by the President of the Venice Biennale, Paolo Baratta
Red Carpet of "Beixi moshuo (Behemoth)", "Per amor vostro" and "Go With Me" - Friday September 11th
Red Carpet of "Desde allá (From Afar)", "La calle de la Amargura" and "Remember" - Thursday September 10th
Red Carpet and press conference of "Remember" with Atom Egoyan- Thursday September 10th
Annual Spotlight Initiative Dinner
Hosted by Nikki Beach
September 8, 2015—Toronto, Ontario—The Creative Coalition will be holding its Festival dinner with influential players celebrating the spirit of independent film of Friday evening, September 11, 2015 at 8:00 pm. The event is sponsored by Nikki Beach and takes place at Nikki Beach Toronto a...
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AMBI Group organise un gala de bienfaisance au profit de la Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco dans le cadre du Festival du film de Toronto
A l’occasion du Festival International du film de Toronto (TIFF), Monika Bacardi Monika Bacardi et Andrea Lervolino, fondateurs de la société AMBI Pictures, organisent un gala de bienfaisance, AMBI Gala, au profit de la Fon...
FESTIVAL STREET: WHERE CINEMA MEETS THE SIDEWALK Film-Themed Free Programming takes over King Street from Sept. 10-13 TORONTO — The Toronto International Film Festival® invites audiences to step outside the theatre this year with the return of the hugely popular Festival Street initiative. From September 10 to 13, King Street West between Peter and University Streets will be closed to vehicular traffic and transformed into a pedestrian paradise free for all to enjoy.