The Czech Republic's long-awaited production incentives system has given the country a decisive edge in reviving both foreign and domestic shoots.
Sweden has long been a relatively stable market for international and home-grown fare, but this year the signs are that audiences are falling.
Australia is in the midst of a federal government review of subsidies that the industry hopes will result in more attractive coin by year's end, but for now the main incentives remain the 15%…
Indie distribs capitalized on unabashed Hollywood fare and mainstream productions at the German box office over the past calendar year, with scarcely a trace of classic arthouse in sight.
The southeastern region of Apulia the latest player to emerge in the tax break and subsidy game. It now has a $2 million film fund that can bridge a $200,000 gap in financing for feature films…
Aussie indie distribs report a good year in a tough market, with the squeeze being put on smaller titles.
While Graham King's new domestic distribution venture aims to shake up the release market and go head-to-head with the studios, the company won't necessarily be making headlines at the AFM.
Forget those romantic odes to famous cities. Darryn Welch's Berlin-based Instinctive Film and Mathieu Robinet of French shingle Reverence are injecting chills and thrills into the mix with "Paris…
A look at where to dine while on the go at AFM.
Adjusting to digital cinema is this year's challenge for the organizers of the AFM.
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