With a background in marketing and programming, Isleifur Thorhallsson attributes Green Light Films' "impressive track record in recent years" to the reputation it has established
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Siobhan Farrell, owner and managing director of Dublin-based distributor Eclipse Pictures, has an advantage independents in other parts of Europe don't share.
Russian media group Gazprom Media -- owned by the country's state controlled natural gas monopoly -- has agreed to buy a controlling stake in Tricolor TV, Russia's top pay TV platform.
A major retrospective of the work of Serbian director Goran Paskaljevic is to be screened during November's Thessaloniki Film Festival in Greece.
India is on the verge of a fresh influx of more Western-style narrative film.
A Greek film festival is tapping into the global economic zeitgeist next month with a retrospective of films from and about the Great Depression.
It took the death of a close friend to prompt German-born director Fatih Akin to make a comedy after establishing himself with deeper, bleaker films about the human condition.
It's a Lido first: A zombie movie in festival competition.
India's new wave of more Western-style narrative films are a hit with a new generation as the country undergoes massive economic and social change.
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