Miramax Films has taken worldwide rights on Stephen Frears' "Dirty Pretty Things," at the Mifed film, TV and multimedia mart.
Some leading U.S. and U.K. sales companies are now actively trying to kill off the London Screenings.
Iron Entertainment, a new film production, foreign sales and theatrical company, has been unveiled at the Mifed mart.
The 68th Mifed film mart opened its doors Sunday, but the squads of security guards were hardly overwhelmed by the crowd.
Capitol Films has hit the ground running at Mifed, with a slew of sales already in the bag from last week's London Screenings.
Dimension Films has paid north of $5 million for North American and Italian rights to the Robert Harmon chiller "They," based of three minutes of footage shown at the London Screenings by the film's…
The presence of Christina Ricci, Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham-Carter, along with several other stars, brought some much-needed glitz to the London Screenings Monday. The event opened under the…
Organizers of the 68th edition of Mifed announced Tuesday that despite the current international crisis, execs' fear of flying and competition of the nearly contemporaneous London Screenings, this…
Citing the uncertain climate that has come upon the world post-Sept. 11, international distribution giant Miramax Films has taken the unprecedented step of bowing out of the fall film markets…
Miramax Intl. and Good Machine Intl., two important sales companies in the indie marketplace, have pulled out of the upcoming Mifed mart in Milan.