Picturehouse Entertainment has taken worldwide rights (excluding German-speaking territories) to concert film “Rammstein: Paris” for an event-cinema release on March 23. The film, directed by Swedish director Jonas Akerlund, captures the German rock band’s performance at the Paris Bercy Arena in March 2012, featuring an extraordinary stage show. It was shot over two nights using… Read more »
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Donald Trump, arguably the most divisive political figure in recent history, is set to take the oath of office as the 45th president of the United States on Friday, Jan. 20. And whether you abhor or admire him, there’s no shortage of online outlets prepped to deliver live-streaming video coverage of the proceedings. Hillary and… Read more »
Huayi Brothers Media, one of China’s largest movie groups, forecasts that its full year profitability will be largely unchanged in 2016. That’s despite a dramatic slowdown in the growth of China’s theatrical box office last year. Reporting unaudited data to the stock market, Huayi said that when it delivers its final figures profit could increase by… Read more »
Legendary Entertainment’s Chinese owner, Dalian Wanda, said Friday that the abrupt exit of founder Thomas Tull is part of its larger restructuring plans but that the change at the top did not reflect dissatisfaction with Tull or the recent release of “The Great Wall,” which some have described as disappointing. “Legend’s personnel adjustments are due… Read more »
Content Media Corp. has taken international sales rights to Evgeny Afineevsky’s “Cries From Syria” ahead of the documentary’s world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday. The Syrian civil war documentary has already been nabbed by HBO for U.S. TV rights. Content will introduce the film to international buyers at next month’s EFM in… Read more »
When unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot to death by police officer Darren Wilson on August 9, 2014 in a St. Louis suburb, long-simmering African-American rage boiled over.