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    Smarter Hollywood Gets Local in Asia

    Thanks again to Film Biz Asia for this article by Marcus LimHollywood is getting smarter about engaging with Asia on more equal terms, having learned lessons from earlier unsuccessful attempts, according to two senior Hollywood executives at the second In Conversation seminar held Wednesday at Scree...

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    Cinando

    Cinando, the official website and database of the Cannes Market (Marche) offers online streaming for 40 films from Certain Regard, Directors Fortnight and Semaine de la Critique to its members. It also gives access to Cannes Competition and Out of Competition screenings, market screenings (with per...

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    The Glamour of Doing Business in Cannes

    Our friend in the business, Morris Ruskin of Shoreline Entertainment frequently blogs on the business for Huffington Post. His latest on is on Cannes. For us both, the real stars of the festival (and market) are the producers! Enjoy!

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    The Remakes Market Comes to L.A. 14-16 November 2011

    Launched in 2010, the inaugural edition of THE REMAKES MARKET showcased classic film gems, powerful scripted series as well as ingenious, low-cost, innovative formats and web series ideas. Novels, comic books and popular biographies complemented the choice of possible remakes ideas.

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    Rights Round Up Cannes 2011 by International Sales Agent H - L

    The Rights RoundUp is a work-in-progress which will go on throughout Cannes until the next big show: Toronto, showing deals as they get made, listed by sales agent. It also shows all the festival films including those in Competition, out of Competition, Un Certain Regard, Directors' Fortnight and C...

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    International Sales Agent of the Day: FilmSharks

    Filling a vacuum for an international sales agent coming out of the deep movie culture of Argentina, FilmSharks brings not only Latin American but world cinema to the market. They also handle several back catalogs of some of the finest production companies such as Disney-backed Patagonik, Alta Vis...

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    International Sales Agent of the Day: LevelK

    LevelK is a Sales and Distribution Company that represents international production companies and their films using both traditional and alternative modes of distribution. With an extensive knowledge of the marketplace and of each territory, we are able to identify distribution possibilities and subsequently tailor unique strategies for each project. Innovative cross-platform distribution and marketing are crucial parts of LevelK's on-going strategies. The continued collaboration between LevelK and our distributors/ producers throughout the creation of the film enables a strong vision and enough character to be a cut above a crowded market p...

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    Publicist Richard Lormand's Choices for Cannes

    Richard Lormand (World Cinema Publicity) is not the only great publicist one meets at the festivals, but he is unique and his missives are so unique that I want to just publish them as he writes them. I wrote about him last year and will not repeat it here. Richard limits his work to the top festiv...

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    What a Difference a Year Makes: Cannes 2010

    IndieWIRE in Cannes 2010Wednesday began bright and early with a breakfast confab on the Grand Hotel terrace with indieWIRE’s Eugene Hernandez, Brian Brooks and Eric Kohn, who was meeting new indieWIRE family members Todd McCarthy and Sydney Levine for the first time. We mapped our plans—indieWIRE is doing a smart daily timeline—downed our espressos and croissants and went our separate ways.What a difference a year makes: Eugene Hernandez is now head of all things digital at the New York Film Society and Todd McCarthy has returned to the corporate fold as chief reviewer for The Hollywood Reporter. Lucky for us, we are still friends with them...

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