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Videotel Marine International. The first choice training supplier to the shipping industry for over thirty years. Producing and providing maritime ...www.videotel.co.uk
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Oscar contender and winner of this year's Grand Prix at Cannes, OF GODS AND MEN ... With WE ARE WHAT WE ARE director Jorge Michel Grau deliver...www.artificial-eye.com
The domain cdaentertainment.com may be for sale by its owner! ... Disclaimer: Domain owner and Sedo maintain no relationship with third party adver...www.cdaentertainment.com
Integrated media marketing group, encompassing feature film, television, and DVD distribution.www.metrodomegroup.com
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Celebfilms est une compagnie de production cinématographique qui a pour vocation de promouvoir et de produire des projets atypiques indépendants af...www.celifilms.com
An independent distribution and sales agency. Working with independent producers to bring their films to the worldwide film marketplace.www.highpointfilms.co.uk
Its productions range from Stephen Frears' "The Queen" to Danny Boyle's "Slumdog ... Danny Boyle's 127 HOURS has rece...www.pathe.co.uk
Hollywood Classics acquires sales rights to Ignite Films. TWO CLASSIC ... Carlotta's Blu-Ray Borzage and Murnau masterpieces. Hollywood Classi...www.hollywoodclassics.com
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I need to contact film distributors regarding our film, and I was wondering what you should write in the letter/info pack? Thank you
My partner and I are planning to move to Vancouver next year to work. My current job is as Head of Film Promotions for Carlton Screen Advertising in the UK and my remit is to create partnerships between brands and films on behalf of the UK Film Distributors. I have lots of varied experience within the film industry and would like to continue my career in Vancouver. If anyone knows of good websites or specific employment agencies which deal with the film industry or any ideas on how to start looking, it would be much appreciated
Line: Film distributors will benefit if there are substantial reductions in the costs of duplicating film prints and transporting them to cinemas.
Major film distributors usually distribute one trailer before a film and on the same reel as the film. What trailer or trailers appeared with Mortal Kombat and what other films did Mortal Kombat appear as trailers for other films?
I have produced a action film. I don't really know much about indie film, but hear a lot about it. I just wondering if I put my film in indie film what the least and most I will get pay? Does this make lot of money or I should find a film distributor? Please tell me if anyone know. thanks
I'm a movie producer. I have produced almost five movies now. I want to know how can I sell my film to film distributor. I also want to put my movie in cinema too, how can I do that. Someone who know please tell me I will be very appreciate. thanks
I frequently notice that films I want to see are only being shown at a limited number of cinemas. My local cinema usually tells me that the distributors only released a few copies. Why would the distributors only release a small number?
I was hoping on raising money for a charity and charging 5 dollars to play a movie preferably Slumdog Millionare. Would I have to pay royalties to the film distributor to play the movie? All the proceeds are going to charity do you think they will have a problem with this? Also if I cant play this movie is there any movies out there that don't require royalties that involve children in poverty?
Hi, I run a pub and want to run a regular movie night. I have the exhibition of film on my premise licence, what if any other licences do I need to run the night legally? I will be showing my own personal films or buying them to watch.
Hollywood Gets Lost In Translation MEXICO CITY — This weekend, thousands of Mexicans will line up at theaters to see The Knight of the Night, Super Agent 86 and The End of Time. Never heard of them? Those are the literal translations of the Spanish titles given to The Dark Knight, Get Smart and The Happening, examples of the marketing tactics that can leave cinephiles baffled as Hollywood reaches out to increasingly important foreign audiences. Titles are often tweaked to sound better in the local language, or to provide a hint of the plot to audiences who might be skeptical of what is, to them, a foreign film. That's why Steve Carell's Get Smart is playing variously as Max the Menace (France), Agent Smart: Casino Totale (Italy), Is the Spy Capable or Not? (Taiwan), and Confused Spy (China). Local customs are also taken into account. Last year's comedy hit Knocked Up was given the gentler title Slightly Pregnant in Roman Catholic Peru and the gloriously blunt One Night, Big Belly in China. Hollywood has taken a more active role in translating its titles to make sure "global launches" go well, says David Weitzner, former chief of worldwide promotion for 20th Century Fox and Universal. Some films make half their money overseas. The translations used to be left to foreign film distributors, with dubious results. Some titles gave away too much of the plot, such as when Rain Man became When Brothers Meet in Latin America. "We have to pay much more attention to the foreign market than we used to," Weitzner says. Viviana Hernández, a moviegoer in Mexico City, said the latest Batman film, The Dark Knight, would have sounded "too evil … (like) a horror movie" if its title had been translated directly into Spanish. U.S. titles for foreign movies are often odd, too. Open Your Eyes, a Spanish film, became Vanilla Sky when it was remade with Tom Cruise. http://www.usatoday.com/life/movies/2008-07-31-movietranslations_N.htm?se=yahoorefer