The first Film Finance Forum in Latin America, slated Aug. 21 in Rio, will showcase panels that feature a Who's Who in Latin America, Hollywood and Europe. Latin American panelists include Mundial…
Intl. Film Finance Forum
One big question on the minds of IM Global's Stuart Ford, Participant Media's Jim Berk and others: Can the emerging markets handle larger-budget films?
As the variety of tax incentive programs has grown, one thing is increasingly getting cut: the middleman.
Rio de Janeiro will host two new international film events in August, the first Film Finance Forum Latin America and the Tribeca Rio Film Festival. Forum is a partnership between Winston Baker, a…
Growing VOD outfits bump up price for Hollywood product
With many elements of the film biz in a state of flux, a broader understanding of developing markets and developing technologies within each of those markets could prove a boon for industryites in…
Insurance companies are facing their own tough challenges in the film business.
Zurich hosts its first Film Finance Forum, with a heavyweight lineup examining financing and economic trends in the international film sector. But the potential of Switzerland as a location for the…
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