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    Women to Watch: Russia to Open Beverly Hills Russian Film Commission Office

    Russia’s Roskino / SEF – formerly known as Sovexportfilm – will set up business, and open a full time office, in the USA.  Recently, while attending the Berlinale European Film Market, the company announced, via Roskino / SEF CEO Catherine Mtsitouridze and US based Commis...

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    Festival Scope opens “Labels”

    Finally a way to track festival winners that eliminates our need to track all festivals separately. Festival Scope , the online platform known for providing film professionals with online screening of films from more than 60 of the most prestigious international film festivals (including Berlinale, ...

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    FiGa Films New Acquisitions for AFM

    North American sales agency and distributor FiGa Films has recently acquired several new Ibero American titles just in time for the American Film Market.

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    “Matching Jack” to Receive International Award

    Matching Jack, which won best picture at the Milan International Film Festival, was feted in Los Angeles with a gala screening Wednesday night November 2.

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    TIFFCON at the Tokyo Film Festival

    Pusan International Film Festival and its content market has wrapped and TIFFCOM 2011, the content market affiliated with the 24th Tokyo International Film Festival, has begun today.

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    TIFF 2011 and into AFM

    Another overdue blog, this time on the Toronto Film Festival: TIFF 2011 was also an indication of the upcoming AFM, now contemplating changes of its own - moving its venue from Santa Monica to downtown L.A. for example. As AFM seems to be defining itself more and more as an event to take care of the core business of film buying and selling rather than of discovery and new film adventures, although panel discussions continue as a sidebar, Toronto continues to roll out new features along with showcasing so many films it is impossible to take it all in. As for AFM this year, based on Toronto's activities, I predict fewer Europeans will come, m...

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