Incentives give sophisticated production community a boost with overseas and regional producers
One of the strongest pre-sellers at last year's Cannes was a modestly budgeted British film about a stuttering king.
The indie distribution sector in Blighty remains one of the most competitive ones but off of the back of a stellar year for U.K. independent cinema.
The Mediterranean isle of Malta, offering some of Europe's most alluring incentives and the world's largest marine filming tanks, has long been a hotspot for Hollywood tentpoles such as, most…
Forget football, house prices, politics. As the international film business sweeps this week into Cannes, one simple question prevails: What films could turn a profit?
Gaul is firming up its position as Europe's market leader for 3D, with 1,606 3D screens as of April 19.
Goldcrest, the '80s powerhouse behind "Chariots of Fire" and "Gandhi," is back in the indie production financing game after years of confining itself to exploiting its library and running its post…
Gov't reups generous incentives that add to appeal of locations
Pic set to screen at the Cannes Film Festival
Saturation is the word that describes the regional marketplace, with far too many pics -- both domestic and international -- jostling for a limited number of screens.
Alternative content helps fuel growth of new format throughout region
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