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|Film Title||Distributors||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
|ABCS OF DEATH, THE|
|Producer||Completed||March 08, 2013|
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BSkyB has banked on soccer to draw subscribers almost since its inception, maintaining a stranglehold on Premier League matches by virtue of its willingness to pay ever-increasing sums for rights.
Drafthouse Films and Films We Like have jointly acquired North American rights to Robin Wright-starrer “The Congress,” three weeks after it opened Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival…
Wine is a favorite hobby for biz figures from Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and Drew Barrymore to Pixar's John Lasseter, and now a theater chain known for its beer and snacks is embracing wine as a way…
The producers behind "ABCs of Death" are getting ready to add more letters, announcing a sequel to last year's anthology horror pic to shop at Cannes.
In what looks a lot like a studio comedy, but air-humps as only an indie can, rebound-themed raunch-a-thon "The Bounceback" sees director Bryan Poyser and co-scribes Steven Walters and David DeGrow…
Drafthouse Films has acquired U.S. rights to "I Declare War," directed by Jason Lapeyre and Robert Wilson, four months after its screening at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
"As a nation, we're underfunded for mental-health service. It's an embarassment." Tim League owns Alamo Drafthouse Theaters and runs Fantastic Fest, during which he arranges shooting expeditions…
An appallingly bad concoction of disgusting shorts that run through the alphabet but really should've stopped at "A."
Fantastic Fest will host the world premiere of Disney's "Frankenweenie" on Sept. 20 as the opening night film for the festival in Austin, Texas.
Earlier this year, Michigan-based film fan Joshua Thompson demonstrated he had had enough of paying high prices for theater concessions: He filed a class-action lawsuit against his local AMC Theater.