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    ScreenSingapore

    Singapore is making moves to put itself more squarely in the center of the Asia Business World. It is cohosting new weekly TV program with the BBC featuring discussions with democratic governments in the region, and ScreenSingapore, which is backed by the government's Media Development Authority, h...

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    Variety: Film biz at digital tipping point

    For my readers who do not take Variety, I thought this article was worth reproducing below the jump.

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    ColCoa and Foreign Film Distribution

    ColCoa's Opening Night film, Service Entrance aka Les Femmes de Sixieme (ISA: SND) by Philippe Le Guay will be released stateside by Strand. The laughter from the audience was so resounding that I wondered why it had not been snapped up by Sony Pictures Classics when it first debuted at EFM in Berlin. Service Entrance starring Sandrine Kiberlain and Fabrice LuchiniAnd then I learned the hard facts of foreign language film distribution in the U.S. in a frank discussion with Richard Lorber of Kino Lorber, Ed Arentz of Music Box, Frederic Demey of NeoClassics, and Greg Laemmle of Laemmle Theaters moderated by Unifrance's John Kochman. Popular...

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    CinemaCon: When Independent Films Became Mainstream

    This survey was presented at the film industry's annual convention in Las Vegas - once called ShoWest and now under NATO management and with a new name - CinemaCon. It's priceless. It seems to have been geared to a more mainstream audience trying to learn about who this mysterious "arthouse/indie"...

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    Kill the Irishman Makes History

    Going out on two separate theatrical tracks -- specialized through Landmark (Sunshine in N.Y. and on 3rd Street in L.A., as well as commercially where it opened in Cleveland (the land of this legendary gangster and yet telling a story never told before putting The Irishman on a par with Al Capone in...

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