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  • Busan: Director Chowdhury Sets 'Rickshaw Girl'

    Busan: Director Chowdhury Sets 'Rickshaw Girl' for March Shoot

    Bangladeshi filmmaker Amitabh Reza Chowdhury (“Aynabaji”) will go into production on Bengali-language film “Rickshaw Girl” in March. Chowdhury is part of the Bangladeshi contingent attending the Busan Platform program. The film is based on Mitali Perkins’ bestselling 2007 young adult novel that was chosen by the New York Public Library as one of the 100 [...]

  • Mipcom; Wings Media Signs 10-Film Deal

    Mipcom: Wings Media Signs 10-Film Deal With Shellhut, Tiny Island

    Thailand’s Shellhut and Singapore’s Tiny Island Pictures have signed a co-production agreement with China’s Wings Media, to produce 10 animated feature films, intended for theatrical release. The companies say that the deal is valued at $250 million, making it the biggest animation film cooperation in Asia, and the first ever China-Singapore-Thailand animation co-production. Wings Media is part of Oriental Pearl Group and a wholly owned [...]

  • Jeffrey Katzenberg Hand Imprint Ceremony

    Jeffrey Katzenberg: Harvey Weinstein Is a Monster, But Didn't Act Alone

    Former Dreamworks chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg repudiated his former colleague Harvey Weinstein at Wall Street Journal’s WSJ.D Live conference in Laguna Beach, Calif. Monday evening, but also said that Weinstein couldn‘t have acted alone — and that it was time for Hollywood to change key policies. “Make no mistake about it: He is a monster,” Katzenberg said. [...]

  • Jack Gao Departs Wanda Group, Legendary

    Jack Gao Departs Wanda Group, Legendary Entertainment

    Jack Gao, senior vice president of Dalian Wanda Group and interim CEO of Legendary Entertainment, has departed the Chinese conglomerate, Variety has confirmed. The move comes after Wanda has been rebuffed by the Chinese government for its aggressive overseas expansion moves. Gao had been instrumental in many of those moves — some successful, others that were aborted. [...]

  • Ava DuVernay Central Park Five

    African American Film Critics Assn. Proclaims 2017 'Year of the Woman'

    For its ninth annual awards program, the African American Film Critics Association has proclaimed 2017 the “year of the woman in cinema.” “There is no argument that women have made a bold step forward this year in Hollywood,” said AAFCA president Gil Robertson. “The evidence demonstrated during the past year speaks for itself both in [...]

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    Academy's Third Annual Careers in Film Summit Inspires Young Creatives

    The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences hosted its third annual careers in film summit on Saturday in Beverly Hills in an effort to inspire and educate the next generation of filmmakers. “It is the beginning for a lot of dreams and clarity for students; today is both a reality check and a day of [...]

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