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Fantastic in London for 10 days...beginning this week

  10 DAYS OF FANTASTIC FILM - STARTS 23 APRIL Ready for your full immersion into the float-tank of sci-fi? Not long now until the festival opens for its TENTH edition! We are delighted to have many Directors and Producers flying in to support their movies and we hope to have some great Q&A sessions. We have lots of goodies on their way to Festival HQ and we will also be hosting some new Nintendo 3DS demo machines in the bar - come and see 3D without glasses! There is a l...

Going to make a film with a heart in the middle

Going to make a film with a heart in the middle   By Anna Pook   With the European Independent Film Festival on the horizon, my thoughts turn to 2008’s indie big-hitters and what it takes to win those coveted festival prizes. What connects this year’s winners such as James Marsh’s documentary Man on Wire, which charts Philippe Petit’s death-defying tightrope walk between the twin towers in 1974 (Grand Jury Prize for World Cinema Documentary at...

Bloody Harvest: A Celebration of Horror in Film

Hello all,First blog entry, so be gentle. We just completed a partnership with the organizers of, "CUT!2008" - a benefit and celebration of cinema dedicated to the art and imagination that goes into the creation of film. The festival took place March 29-30, 2008 at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles, and turned out to be a cinephile's dream! Through film screenings and interactive Q&A panels with special guests (in alphabetical order) NICK BICANIC, TONY CURRAN, MARTIN DELANEY, ...

alive! Deep Focus Film Festival to open with Waitress

Adrienne Shelly’s Waitress, a charming romantic comedy that was the talk of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, kicks off the third annual alive! Deep Focus Film Festival, April 19-22 at the Arena Grand Theatre in Columbus.Waitress is one of 10 new independent films to be shown at this year’s event, and the festival’s celebration of great film has expanded to include anniversary screenings of modern classics from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, a special presentation of award-winning comm...

9th Annual Sarasota Film Festival highlights & line up

9th Annual Sarasota Film FestivalApril 13 – 22, 2007Among the many great filmmakers and special guests expected in for the Festival are Edward Norton, Brian Koppelman, Norman Jewison, Joe Pantoliano, Marcia Gay Harden, Chad Lowe, Michelle Trachtenberg, Jonathan Sehring, Tom Bernard, Mark Urman, Jon Gerrans, Marshall Persinger, Elias Koteas, Kim Raver, Dagmara Dominczyk, Patrick Wilson, David Call, Anna Chlumsky, Zoe Cassavetes, Michael Badalucco, Juha Wuolijoki, Dr. Edgar Mitchell, David Singt...

The Ten and Waitress to open Philadelphia Film Festival

The Philadelphia Film Society is proud to announce the selection of The Ten and Waitress as this year’s 16th Philadelphia Film Festival’s opening and closing night films. From comedy to drama, these films represent the range and variety of talent highlighted throughout the 14-day festival, April 5-18. Since the 16th Philadelphia Film Festival falls over both Passover and Easter this year, festival organizers thought it would be apt to choose a film about each of the Ten Commandments. Just be...

Market News: Deals, Deals And More Deals

Friday, January 26---On the eve of the Festival's closing weekend, several impressive distribution deals have been announced, which have made this one of the more active Festivals in recent years. In light of the box office and awards bonanza of the little-film-that-could LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE (a Sundance pick-up last year for Fox Searchlight), acquisition execs have been aggressive in snatching up films with equal potential. Of course, whether these were wise decisions that will pay off hands...