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Lacrosse product placement

Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the U.S. There are over 2 million amateur lacrosse players in the country and nine professional teams. Its only a matter of time before it appears in film.If you're interested in obtaining lacrosse equipment…Continue

Started by Savage X Lacrosse in The Industry Jul 24.

Psychedelic Presents needs a Distribution/Sales Agent For Venice International Film Festival

My partner Jolana Opava and I are going to Venice .We have 3 main goals in Venice from August 27th to September 9th.1. We are raising financing to shoot Psychedelic Pictures Presents: The Hippy Vampireto shoot in Rome and take full advantage of EU…Continue

Started by Tod Lautenberg in The Industry Jul 9.

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Featuring Greg Allman

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Started by Tod Lautenberg in The Industry Jul 8.

How will Brexit affect the UK film industry? 3 Replies

How will Brexit affect the UK film industry? Let us discuss this here, an excellent intro to the problem by Stephen Follows…Continue

Started by Roy M Martens in The Industry. Last reply by Tod Lautenberg Jul 8.

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BBC Greenlights Seven New Agatha Christie Adaptations

EDINBURGH, Scotland — And then there were seven more. The BBC has commissioned a slate of new adaptations of works by mystery writer Agatha Christie following the critical and ratings success of star-studded thriller “And Then There Were None” for flagship channel BBC One last December. Agatha Christie Productions, the production arm of Agatha Christie... Read more »

Wild Bunch’s ‘150 Milligrams,’ from Emmanuelle Bercot, Opens San Sebastian

MADRID — Emmanuelle Bercot’s “150 Milligrams” (“La Fille de Brest”) will open the 64th San Sebastian Festival, the highest-profile movie event in the Spanish-speaking world. The Sept. 16 opening-night berth marks another step up in status for France’s Bercot, who is fast emerging as one of Europe’s most prominent writer-director-actresses after her annus mirabilis at... Read more »

Oscar-Winning Director Steve McQueen to Receive British Film Institute’s Fellowship

Oscar-winning director-writer-producer Steve McQueen will receive the British Film Institute’s highest accolade, the BFI Fellowship, at the BFI London Film Festival’s awards ceremony Oct. 15 at London’s Banqueting House. Josh Berger, chair of the BFI, said: “He is one of the most influential and important British artists of the past 25 years and his work,... Read more »

Haugesund: Helmer Praises Spirit of ‘The Lion Woman’

“I was immediately captured by the characters — they were people I knew or had even met. And it was a timeless story, about universally human values, although it takes place more than 100 years ago,” said Norwegian writer-director Vibeke Idsøe of “The Lion Woman,” her period drama that had its world premiere Aug. 21 at the... Read more »

AFI Cancels ‘Birth of a Nation’ Screening, Nate Parker Q&A

The American Film Institute has canceled its Friday screening of “Birth of a Nation,” which was to be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker and star Nate Parker, whose 1999 rape case has put the filmmaker and distributor Fox Searchlight on the defensive this past week. AFI dean Jan Schuette made the announcement to students... Read more »



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