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  • ‘Basterds’ rolling overseas
    Monday August 31st 2009

    Showing staying power overseas especially in holdover markets, Universal’s “Inglourious Basterds” fought its way to the No. 1 spot during its second consecutive round on the international circuit, grossing $19.4 million for the weekend at 2,891 sites in 31 territories and raising its foreign gross to $59.1 million. Encountering limited fresh competition, director Quentin Tarantino’s World War II opus starring Brad Pitt opened No. 1 in at least five of nine new markets and finished first in such holdover territories as Australia, France and Germany.

  • Two more sneak into Toronto lineup
    Monday August 31st 2009

    MONTREAL – The Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday made two last-minute bookings for Iranian director Hana Makhmalbaf’s “Green Days” and “The Warrior and the Wolf,” a combat epic from Chinese director Tian Zhuangzhuang. The latest film from Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s daughter portrays a young woman seeking psychological help amid Iran’s[…]

  • Montreal World Film Festival under way
    Sunday August 30th 2009

    MONTREAL – The Montreal World Film Festival looks to have its mojo back, as it enters its first weekend. “Everyone is back and everyone is behind us,” Montreal festival director Serge Losique said Friday as he counted the local politicians and sponsors once again underwriting his festival after years of[…]

  • French titles in Toronto without U.S. deals
    Friday August 28th 2009

    TORONTO – Gaul continues to bless America with films, but a slew of French titles await U.S. deals going into the Toronto International Film Festival. Only 14 of the 31 French films bound for Toronto have U.S. distribution, according to national promotion agency Unifrance. “Amelie” director Jean-Pierre Jeunet will debut[…]

  • North Carolina ups production tax credit
    Friday August 28th 2009

    NEW YORK – North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue on Thursday signed a bill that boosts a state tax credit for film, TV and other productions from 15% to 25%. Eligible productions include film, TV, direct-to-video releases, animation projects and commercials The bill retains minimum spending and hiring requirements for qualifying[…]

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Archives for: August 20095
  • ‘Basterds’ rolling overseas
    Monday August 31st 2009

    Showing staying power overseas especially in holdover markets, Universal’s “Inglourious Basterds” fought its way to the No. 1 spot during its second consecutive round on the international circuit, grossing $19.4 million for the weekend at 2,891 sites in 31 territories and raising its foreign gross to $59.1 million. Encountering limited fresh competition, director Quentin Tarantino’s World War II opus starring Brad Pitt opened No. 1 in at least five of nine new markets and finished first in such holdover territories as Australia, France and Germany.

  • Two more sneak into Toronto lineup
    Monday August 31st 2009

    MONTREAL – The Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday made two last-minute bookings for Iranian director Hana Makhmalbaf’s “Green Days” and “The Warrior and the Wolf,” a combat epic from Chinese director Tian Zhuangzhuang. The latest film from Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s daughter portrays a young woman seeking psychological help amid Iran’s[…]

  • Montreal World Film Festival under way
    Sunday August 30th 2009

    MONTREAL – The Montreal World Film Festival looks to have its mojo back, as it enters its first weekend. “Everyone is back and everyone is behind us,” Montreal festival director Serge Losique said Friday as he counted the local politicians and sponsors once again underwriting his festival after years of[…]

  • French titles in Toronto without U.S. deals
    Friday August 28th 2009

    TORONTO – Gaul continues to bless America with films, but a slew of French titles await U.S. deals going into the Toronto International Film Festival. Only 14 of the 31 French films bound for Toronto have U.S. distribution, according to national promotion agency Unifrance. “Amelie” director Jean-Pierre Jeunet will debut[…]

  • North Carolina ups production tax credit
    Friday August 28th 2009

    NEW YORK – North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue on Thursday signed a bill that boosts a state tax credit for film, TV and other productions from 15% to 25%. Eligible productions include film, TV, direct-to-video releases, animation projects and commercials The bill retains minimum spending and hiring requirements for qualifying[…]

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Archives for: August 20095
  • ‘Basterds’ rolling overseas
    Monday August 31st 2009

    Showing staying power overseas especially in holdover markets, Universal’s “Inglourious Basterds” fought its way to the No. 1 spot during its second consecutive round on the international circuit, grossing $19.4 million for the weekend at 2,891 sites in 31 territories and raising its foreign gross to $59.1 million. Encountering limited fresh competition, director Quentin Tarantino’s World War II opus starring Brad Pitt opened No. 1 in at least five of nine new markets and finished first in such holdover territories as Australia, France and Germany.

  • Two more sneak into Toronto lineup
    Monday August 31st 2009

    MONTREAL – The Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday made two last-minute bookings for Iranian director Hana Makhmalbaf’s “Green Days” and “The Warrior and the Wolf,” a combat epic from Chinese director Tian Zhuangzhuang. The latest film from Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s daughter portrays a young woman seeking psychological help amid Iran’s[…]

  • Montreal World Film Festival under way
    Sunday August 30th 2009

    MONTREAL – The Montreal World Film Festival looks to have its mojo back, as it enters its first weekend. “Everyone is back and everyone is behind us,” Montreal festival director Serge Losique said Friday as he counted the local politicians and sponsors once again underwriting his festival after years of[…]

  • French titles in Toronto without U.S. deals
    Friday August 28th 2009

    TORONTO – Gaul continues to bless America with films, but a slew of French titles await U.S. deals going into the Toronto International Film Festival. Only 14 of the 31 French films bound for Toronto have U.S. distribution, according to national promotion agency Unifrance. “Amelie” director Jean-Pierre Jeunet will debut[…]

  • North Carolina ups production tax credit
    Friday August 28th 2009

    NEW YORK – North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue on Thursday signed a bill that boosts a state tax credit for film, TV and other productions from 15% to 25%. Eligible productions include film, TV, direct-to-video releases, animation projects and commercials The bill retains minimum spending and hiring requirements for qualifying[…]

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