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U.S. Distributors A–Z First Half 2014 is Now Available!

U.S. Distributors A–Z First Half 2014 is Now Available!

We are happy to announce that the U.S. Distributors A–Z First Half 2014 is

now available here


This shows the current U.S. distributors and what they are buying from whom from January through June 2014. Companies are linked to their own websites and
titles are linked to Cinando or IMDbPro in order to assist professional research.

This U.S. theatrical release report is a bonus gift from Box Office Mojo. Thank you for using SydneysBuzz Reports to stay up-to-date!

The fall season will begin in a few weeks with the Toronto International Film Festival, and this year we will offer a Pre-Toronto Report, as well as a
Toronto Rights Roundup Report. The American Film Market will follow – it will be combined with the Toronto Report and made available for free to all who
buy the Toronto Report.

Please click here to download the U.S. Distributors A–Z First Half 2014

Please see our full list of reports including the Cannes Rights Roundup 2014.

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What's not to get? It's which distributors are buying which movies. You don't get the movies so it's nothing like buying a movie without reading a review (which isn't a bad thing either).


Yeah, I guess it is the "moronic general public" that traverse indiewire reading articles. You are great aren't you. The information available in this packet could be a help to the general public who may want to see which films have been acquired or not. The posting of this on the main indiewire page is quite a farce, wasn't it, since you can't even read the thing without purchasing it. It's like an advertisement for the product with little information of what's covered. Imagine buying a film without being able to read a review or a cd without hearing a clip.


It's not for the moronic general public. It's for the filmmakers who want to know who to talk to for pre-sales to distribute their film once completed.


What is this really? Why have this on the site if you have to pay 80 dollars to read about which films we want to see and who is releasing them. Isn't this public knowledge and why should it be hidden for such a price?

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