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  • Amsterdam to honor Tim Burton
    Friday March 28th 2008

    Director Tim Burton will receive a career achievement award at the 24th edition of the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival, organizers announced Thursday. “I consider him as one of the most remarkable, recognizable and innovative directors of our time,” festival director Phil van Tongeren said. Previous honorees include Terry Gilliam, Roger Corman, Paul Naschy, Ray Harryhausen, Lloyd Kaufman, Paul Verhoeven, Dario Argento and Wes Craven.

  • Deal close on N.Y. tax credit
    Friday March 28th 2008

    The specter of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s prostitution scandal and the affairs of his replacement David Paterson still hover over final negotiations for a New York State film and TV tax incentive bill — and they’re making things go more smoothly.

  • FX, Universal ink $100 million deal
    Friday March 28th 2008

    In what NBC Universal calls “a groundbreaking deal,” cabler FX will pony up more than $100 million to buy 15 Universal theatrical movies, the bulk of which are prebuys of titles to be released throughout the year, including “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.” Frances Manfredi, executive VP and general sales manager of NBC U Domestic TV Distribution, said FX made “a preemptive bid” as part of its “aggressive film acquisitions strategy.”

  • Hollywood eyes mogul duo
    Friday March 28th 2008

    The stage is set for Chernin & Iger, the sequel. They’re the exec duo that helped to engineer deals with the directors and writers. And now that the SAG-AFTRA negotiations are looming as early as next week, the News Corp. and Disney toppers are expected to sit down with the actors for exploratory talks.

  • MGM pacts on giant Abu Dhabi deal
    Thursday March 27th 2008

    MGM has inked a massive deal with Abu Dhabi-based real estate developer Sorouh and Jordanian animation shingle Rubicon to create an entertainment destination using MGM and Rubicon franchises. The deal is the latest in a string of pacts between Hollywood studios and business interests in the United Arab Emirates.

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Archives for: March 20085
  • Amsterdam to honor Tim Burton
    Friday March 28th 2008

    Director Tim Burton will receive a career achievement award at the 24th edition of the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival, organizers announced Thursday. “I consider him as one of the most remarkable, recognizable and innovative directors of our time,” festival director Phil van Tongeren said. Previous honorees include Terry Gilliam, Roger Corman, Paul Naschy, Ray Harryhausen, Lloyd Kaufman, Paul Verhoeven, Dario Argento and Wes Craven.

  • Deal close on N.Y. tax credit
    Friday March 28th 2008

    The specter of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s prostitution scandal and the affairs of his replacement David Paterson still hover over final negotiations for a New York State film and TV tax incentive bill — and they’re making things go more smoothly.

  • FX, Universal ink $100 million deal
    Friday March 28th 2008

    In what NBC Universal calls “a groundbreaking deal,” cabler FX will pony up more than $100 million to buy 15 Universal theatrical movies, the bulk of which are prebuys of titles to be released throughout the year, including “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.” Frances Manfredi, executive VP and general sales manager of NBC U Domestic TV Distribution, said FX made “a preemptive bid” as part of its “aggressive film acquisitions strategy.”

  • Hollywood eyes mogul duo
    Friday March 28th 2008

    The stage is set for Chernin & Iger, the sequel. They’re the exec duo that helped to engineer deals with the directors and writers. And now that the SAG-AFTRA negotiations are looming as early as next week, the News Corp. and Disney toppers are expected to sit down with the actors for exploratory talks.

  • MGM pacts on giant Abu Dhabi deal
    Thursday March 27th 2008

    MGM has inked a massive deal with Abu Dhabi-based real estate developer Sorouh and Jordanian animation shingle Rubicon to create an entertainment destination using MGM and Rubicon franchises. The deal is the latest in a string of pacts between Hollywood studios and business interests in the United Arab Emirates.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: March 20085
  • Amsterdam to honor Tim Burton
    Friday March 28th 2008

    Director Tim Burton will receive a career achievement award at the 24th edition of the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival, organizers announced Thursday. “I consider him as one of the most remarkable, recognizable and innovative directors of our time,” festival director Phil van Tongeren said. Previous honorees include Terry Gilliam, Roger Corman, Paul Naschy, Ray Harryhausen, Lloyd Kaufman, Paul Verhoeven, Dario Argento and Wes Craven.

  • Deal close on N.Y. tax credit
    Friday March 28th 2008

    The specter of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s prostitution scandal and the affairs of his replacement David Paterson still hover over final negotiations for a New York State film and TV tax incentive bill — and they’re making things go more smoothly.

  • FX, Universal ink $100 million deal
    Friday March 28th 2008

    In what NBC Universal calls “a groundbreaking deal,” cabler FX will pony up more than $100 million to buy 15 Universal theatrical movies, the bulk of which are prebuys of titles to be released throughout the year, including “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.” Frances Manfredi, executive VP and general sales manager of NBC U Domestic TV Distribution, said FX made “a preemptive bid” as part of its “aggressive film acquisitions strategy.”

  • Hollywood eyes mogul duo
    Friday March 28th 2008

    The stage is set for Chernin & Iger, the sequel. They’re the exec duo that helped to engineer deals with the directors and writers. And now that the SAG-AFTRA negotiations are looming as early as next week, the News Corp. and Disney toppers are expected to sit down with the actors for exploratory talks.

  • MGM pacts on giant Abu Dhabi deal
    Thursday March 27th 2008

    MGM has inked a massive deal with Abu Dhabi-based real estate developer Sorouh and Jordanian animation shingle Rubicon to create an entertainment destination using MGM and Rubicon franchises. The deal is the latest in a string of pacts between Hollywood studios and business interests in the United Arab Emirates.

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