Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
The U.K. premiere of John Malkovich's "The Dancer Upstairs" took place as skedded Nov. 16 at the London Film Festival, but the whole event, and the pic's U.K. release, came close to being derailed by…
A year after Damian Jones and Graham Broadbent's Dragon Pictures was transformed into Mission Pictures by a capital injection from Andrew Hauptman and Ellen Bronfman's investment shingle Andell, the…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
After renewing its output deals in a handful of key territories, New Line Intl. virtually sold out its slate across the rest of the world at the Mifed film mart in Milan, which wrapped Nov 7.
Property consultant Andrew Williams has joined forces with producers Gemma Page and Tanja Ludyga to launch Fable Factory Films.
Elinor Day, the former deputy head of production at FilmFour, has launched her own production shingle, the Light Club, under an umbrella deal with Gub Neal's Box Film.
The London Film Festival screening of "Ken Park" was canceled Nov. 9 following a brawl between the pic's director, Larry Clark, and its U.K. distributor, Hamish McAlpine.
The 69th Mifed (Nov. 3 to 7) appears to have taken the heat out of the embryonic campaign for a fall American Film Market by putting on a competent show this year.
Adam Dawtrey - London Eye
Mifed dealmakers admit their heads are spinning. But the one thing sellers exiting the 69th edition of the film market are sure of is just how tricky the indie distribution business has become.