“Hell or High Water” producer Sidney Kimmel Entertainment has merged with Hong Kong-based Ivanhoe Pictures to form SK Global. SKE Chairman and CEO Sidney Kimmel and Ivanhoe Pictures Chairman Robert…
Star directing names Nicolas Winding Refn, Lu Chuan and Erik Matti encounter top film industry executives including Fox International Productions chief Tomas Jegeus and Ivanhoe Pictures' Katherine…
Mexico's Film Tank has signed with Italy's Indigo Film to co-produce "Casi el paraiso" (Almost Paradise), the return to filmmaking of Gaz Alazraki, co-creator of Netflix series "Club de Cuervos,"…
Showbox, one of Korea's leading financier-distributor, has entered into a co-production partnership agreement with horror specialist Blumhouse Prods. and Ivanhoe Pictures to co-develop and produce…
Feature film operations now headed by former Ivanhoe Pictures co-founder Ray Chen.
The Chinese government has approved Keira Knightley’s “Begin Again” for release in that market later this year. Ivanhoe Pictures and Beijing Galloping Horse Film Co. made the announcement Tuesday…
Jeff Sharp's Story Mining & Supply has pacted with Ivanhoe Pictures to develop a slate of China-targeted movies. The two projects are "Stride," a dance musical drama about a man trying to find his…
Veteran Hong Kong executive, Katherine Lee has joined U.S.-based Asian film investment group Ivanhoe Pictures.
RIO DE JANEIRO – John Penotti's Ivanhoe Pictures is teaming with Anna Kokourina Tabula Rasa Films, Colombia’s Dynamo, Germany's Lago Films and Urca Filmes in Brazil to produce an English-language…
Jason Blum's Blumhouse has pacted with financier Ivanhoe Pictures and Indian indie Phantom to produce a slate of Indian genre movies.
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