Although he's on the sidelines these days, veteran exhib T. G. "Teddy" Solomon has never been more upbeat about the cinema biz.
Film executives touted various soft money incentives for shooting overseas -- and recounted some horror stories -- at "The New Cool Corners of Co-Production" seminar at the American Film Market on…
Though the odds against them are daunting, a record number of first-time exhibitors are jostling for attention at the 24th edition of American Film Market. Space at the sales bazaar is sold out for…
The weak dollar is good news for international film sales, with sellers expecting that beneficial currency exchange rates will muscle up the biz in the months ahead.
Independent film's financial sector increasingly struggles to avoid disasters due to growing funding complexities. But on a positive note, the underlying film sales business is rebounding, according…
In the old days -- a year ago -- bank loans wrapped just before film production began. These days, with soft money from tax shelters and production incentives from various localities available…
In the hot growth area of the film industry, the DVD sector, major studios are doing big business while the independents are taking it on the chin. The reason? The DVD boom is tilting the homevid biz…
The indie film sector may be suffering through a rocky patch, but AFMA seems to be experiencing the best of times. The not-for-profit trade org's revenue is stable, its cash-cow American Film Market…