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Energized by a youthful cast, Tsui Hark's lavish period actioner proves more cohesive than its overwrought predecessor.
In a pre-Cannes move, XYZ Films has named veteran exec Sarah Gabriel as director of sales. The banner plans to launch international sales next week at Cannes on Erik Matti’s “On the Job,” (pictured)…
Bulking up its exec suite prior to the American Film Market, Good Universe toppers Joe Drake and Nathan Kahane have added Helen Lee-Kim as partner and president of international.
Industry expands in emerging world markets
LONDON -- Universal Pictures Intl. has snapped up Italian distribution rights to "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," the second instalment of the Lionsgate franchise.
With the worldwide success of "The Hunger Games" still ringing as a clarion to the viability of independently financed films, Lionsgate's $412.5 million deal to buy Summit Entertainment is echoing on…
Lionsgate has extended chief marketing officer Tim Palen's contract into 2015 following the strong performance of "The Hunger Games."
LONDON -- Another experienced international sales exec is exiting Lionsgate, as Helen Lee Kim will step down at the end of the year, part of a reorg of its overseas arm that puts newly minted studio…
Industryites in Berlin were abuzz with the news that industry stalwart David Garrett, Summit co-founder and president of international, was exiting the company a mere month after the merger with…
How the Summit-Lionsgate merger plays out overseas will be interesting both in terms of its foreign sales operation and Summit's existing output deals across a raft of territories.
After exiting film financing in 2008, Grosvenor Park is back in business -- just one of many signs of cautious optimism as indies begin the American Film Market.