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  • David Schwimmer makes film directing debut
    Sunday March 30th 2008

    In 2004 when his hit television comedy “Friends” ended, David Schwimmer longed to direct a feature film, and four years later his debut movie “Run FatBoy Run” finally rolled into theaters. Schwimmer honed his directing skills on several “Friends” episodes. He was attached to direct “Run FatBoy Run” even before “Friends” left the air but the movie languished with an American production company that was unable to get it off the ground.

  • Maple Pictures drives to ‘Young People’
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    TORONTO – Canadian movie distributor Maple Pictures said Monday that it has picked up the domestic rights to Martin Gero’s feature film debut “Young People Fucking,” and plans a June 13 theatrical release on 25-30 screens. The romantic comedy, which has benefited from the current debate over proposed tax credit[…]

  • Filmmakers drop clues about “X-Files” movie sequel
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    Ten years after the last “X-Files” movie hit theaters, the team behind the hit sci-franchise is tossing out some tidbits about the sequel. The film, which has not yet been named, will mark the return of David Duchovny as Mulder and Gillian Anderson as Scully. It will be directed by Chris Carter, creator of the series that ran on Fox from 1993 to 2002, and will pick up six years after the end of the series.

  • ThinkFilm inks Canadian deal
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    TORONTO – Indie distributor ThinkFilm has inked an output deal with Canadian distributor Entertainment One to release its titles north of the border through 2010. ThinkFilm, which was acquired in late 2006 by Los Angeles-based film financier and distributor David Bergstein, also sold Entertainment One the Canadian rights to its[…]

  • CBC, Sundance pact for documentaries
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    TORONTO – The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has acquired a block of programming from the Sundance Channel for its newly branded digital documentary channel. Canada’s public broadcaster said Friday that its digital channel, known simply as Documentary, will air a range of feature films, documentaries and series produced by the Sundance[…]

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Archives for: March 20085
  • David Schwimmer makes film directing debut
    Sunday March 30th 2008

    In 2004 when his hit television comedy “Friends” ended, David Schwimmer longed to direct a feature film, and four years later his debut movie “Run FatBoy Run” finally rolled into theaters. Schwimmer honed his directing skills on several “Friends” episodes. He was attached to direct “Run FatBoy Run” even before “Friends” left the air but the movie languished with an American production company that was unable to get it off the ground.

  • Maple Pictures drives to ‘Young People’
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    TORONTO – Canadian movie distributor Maple Pictures said Monday that it has picked up the domestic rights to Martin Gero’s feature film debut “Young People Fucking,” and plans a June 13 theatrical release on 25-30 screens. The romantic comedy, which has benefited from the current debate over proposed tax credit[…]

  • Filmmakers drop clues about “X-Files” movie sequel
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    Ten years after the last “X-Files” movie hit theaters, the team behind the hit sci-franchise is tossing out some tidbits about the sequel. The film, which has not yet been named, will mark the return of David Duchovny as Mulder and Gillian Anderson as Scully. It will be directed by Chris Carter, creator of the series that ran on Fox from 1993 to 2002, and will pick up six years after the end of the series.

  • ThinkFilm inks Canadian deal
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    TORONTO – Indie distributor ThinkFilm has inked an output deal with Canadian distributor Entertainment One to release its titles north of the border through 2010. ThinkFilm, which was acquired in late 2006 by Los Angeles-based film financier and distributor David Bergstein, also sold Entertainment One the Canadian rights to its[…]

  • CBC, Sundance pact for documentaries
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    TORONTO – The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has acquired a block of programming from the Sundance Channel for its newly branded digital documentary channel. Canada’s public broadcaster said Friday that its digital channel, known simply as Documentary, will air a range of feature films, documentaries and series produced by the Sundance[…]

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Archives for: March 20085
  • David Schwimmer makes film directing debut
    Sunday March 30th 2008

    In 2004 when his hit television comedy “Friends” ended, David Schwimmer longed to direct a feature film, and four years later his debut movie “Run FatBoy Run” finally rolled into theaters. Schwimmer honed his directing skills on several “Friends” episodes. He was attached to direct “Run FatBoy Run” even before “Friends” left the air but the movie languished with an American production company that was unable to get it off the ground.

  • Maple Pictures drives to ‘Young People’
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    TORONTO – Canadian movie distributor Maple Pictures said Monday that it has picked up the domestic rights to Martin Gero’s feature film debut “Young People Fucking,” and plans a June 13 theatrical release on 25-30 screens. The romantic comedy, which has benefited from the current debate over proposed tax credit[…]

  • Filmmakers drop clues about “X-Files” movie sequel
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    Ten years after the last “X-Files” movie hit theaters, the team behind the hit sci-franchise is tossing out some tidbits about the sequel. The film, which has not yet been named, will mark the return of David Duchovny as Mulder and Gillian Anderson as Scully. It will be directed by Chris Carter, creator of the series that ran on Fox from 1993 to 2002, and will pick up six years after the end of the series.

  • ThinkFilm inks Canadian deal
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    TORONTO – Indie distributor ThinkFilm has inked an output deal with Canadian distributor Entertainment One to release its titles north of the border through 2010. ThinkFilm, which was acquired in late 2006 by Los Angeles-based film financier and distributor David Bergstein, also sold Entertainment One the Canadian rights to its[…]

  • CBC, Sundance pact for documentaries
    Saturday March 29th 2008

    TORONTO – The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has acquired a block of programming from the Sundance Channel for its newly branded digital documentary channel. Canada’s public broadcaster said Friday that its digital channel, known simply as Documentary, will air a range of feature films, documentaries and series produced by the Sundance[…]

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