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FremantleMedia Enterprises has signed a three-year, first-look distribution deal with British scribe Paul Abbott and his new shingle, Abbott Vision.
Korean producer and distributor Mirovision sold remake rights for "Driving with My Wife's Lover" to U.S. management and production company Circle of Confusion.
Spanning three continents, four interwoven stories and five languages, the "Babel" journey began in 2003 when Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Guillermo Arriaga, who has scripted all of the…
Vision Intl. chairman Mark Damon jump-started the American Film Market with his annual luncheon/sales preview Wednesday at the DC3 restaurant. Outlining the company's 18 films on offer, he prefaced…
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