Independent financing has always meant cobbling together a variety of sources, and in the past five years, financing against music licensing has become another funding source to add to the indie…
The Cutting Edge Group
1998 — Emmett/Furla founded 1999 October — Release first film, Nickolas Perry's "Speedway Junky" 2001 April — 10-pic distribution and financing deal with Avi Lerner's Nu Image/Millennium Films 2002…
Cutting Edge Group and Basil Iwanyk’s Thunder Road have reached slate financing deal under which CEG will advance funds for Thunder Road to develop upcoming projects. Deal was announced Friday at…
Cutting Edge Group, which has invested in more than 200 films, is forming the Cutting Edge Originals banner to develop and produce music-themed feature films. "Cutting Edge Originals is about great…
Siren Studios and The Solution Entertainment Group have completed financing on a multi-year $50 million revolving equity fund for development and production. The coin is being used for a pair of…
Soccer legend Pele is headed for the big screen with Imagine Entertainment and Seine Pictures going into production in August on a coming of age story. Pele is also headed to Cannes next week…
Cutting Edge Group has signed financing deals for "Don Jon's Addiction" and "Dead Man Down" in exchange for providing music services to the films.
Nas and Lauryn Hill perform at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles.
The Cutting Edge Group has closed deals to provide financing on three new films -- "Look of Love," "Belle" and "Oculus."
The Cutting Edge Group, which invested in half a dozen pics at the Toronto Film Fest, has promoted Tara Moross to senior VP of business development.
The final strains of the Toronto Film Festival belong to Celine Dion and longtime collaborator Diane Warren.
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