A trio of European film-industry executives is launching GapBusters, a studio-based outfit seeking to become a conduit for European and Canadian producers looking to tap into Belgian tax-shelter…
The Venice Film Market, which runs during the festival, is morphing into the Venice Production Bridge in a multi-pronged effort to broaden its scope while also refining its raison d'être "to become…
VENICE – The Venice Film Market is not making any quantum leaps this year, but it looks set on a path of progressive consolidation with a robust representation of industry professionals, comprising…
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"Philomena," "Tracks" and "Joe" looked like early standouts for buyers as a buoyant Venice festival, energized by a bullish reception for Warner Bros.' opener "Gravity," hits the midway mark.
The Arab world's film festival landscape is undergoing changes, partly due to the disruptive impact of post-Arab Spring turmoil in such countries as Egypt but mostly prompted by a concerted effort…
After launching the Lido's first bona-fide bazaar last year, Venice Film Market topper Pascal Diot is looking to expand it by offering more space for screenings, plus networking opportunities and…
Venice, at 70, is a grand dame. The Venice Film Market, in its second edition this year, is a rapidly growing baby, eager to explore new movie mart modalities and attain a distinctive feel. "What I…
Starwood and Variety held their fifth annual pre-opening-day party on the rooftop terrace of the historic Hotel Danieli in Venice, where the theme this year was La Notte Dei Dreamers (Night of the…
Further fest play seems likely for this abrasive feminist drama from debuting writer-helmer Maya Dreifuss.
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The British Film Institute has hired former Bafta manager Tricia Tuttle to take on the newly created role of deputy head of festivals. Tuttle will be responsible for delivering the annual programs…