The Durban FilmMart (DFM) returns for its 7th edition, running July 17–20. Africa's leading finance and co-production forum shares the stage with the Durban Intl. Film Festival (DIFF). A partnership…
Durban Film Mart
Africa's leading finance and co-production market, the Durban FilmMart, kicks off July 17 as financiers, producers and commissioning editors from around the world converge on South Africa this week…
American documentary master Les Blank will receive Hot Docs' Outstanding Achievement award and a retrospective of his 50-year career at the fest, it was announced Tuesday.
The Eternal City's sprocket opera on its way to a major makeover.
SAG-AFTRA is launching a Health Mart program for its members and franchised talent agents nationwide, aimed at providing additional insurance and coverage for members who do not currently qualify for…
The first Venice Film Market wraps on a high note today with some deals sealed, industryites happy with facilities and services, and the likelihood that next year they won't save all their…
As production booms, fest pics mirror emerging continent's diversity
This year's edition of the Berlinale Co-Production Market wrapped on Tuesday afternoon with heavy activity from the 487 participants, a mix of filmmakers and production companies.
Basic Lead, the Los Angeles and Paris-based organizers of Africa's only TV content market, is setting its sights on other underdeveloped sectors of the local TV biz, most notably sports, with TV…
The trend that emerged at France's recent Cartoon Movie co-production mart has nothing to do with kidpics.
Photojournalist-turned-filmmaker Danfung Dennis' "Hell and Back Again" vigorously embraces a grunt's eye view of war and its aftereffects.
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