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  1. Film incentive born at market

    5:00 am 11/3/2007

    New Jersey-based Tax Credits, which specializes in securing and monetizing tax credits, and London-based International Film Finance, which assists in film financing transactions, have joined forces to launch the new Film Incentive Loan Program at the American Film Market.Read more

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  2. Dialogue: Sanjay Bhattacharjee

    5:00 am 11/3/2007

    In July, Sanjay Bhattacharjee was appointed CEO of privately held Phat Phish Motion Pictures. Bhattacharjee spoke with The Hollywood Reporter's Asia editor Jonathan Landreth.Read more

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  3. Intandem has 'Blown' funds for Fiennes

    5:00 am 11/3/2007

    Filmmaker Martha Fiennes has enlisted U.K.-based sales and finance house Intandem Films to put together the financing on her $15 million-budgeted espionage thriller "Blown."Read more

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  4. Revolver dives in for docu on 'Big River'

    5:00 am 11/3/2007

    London-based distributor Revolver has bought U.K. rights to "Big River Man," an independent documentary about an attempted solo swim the length of the Amazon River.Read more

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  5. Joy Division primed for docu

    5:00 am 11/3/2007

    U.K. indie the Works U.K. Distribution has tuned into the sounds of "Joy Division," a documentary from Grant Gee about the cult 1970s British indie rock band.Read more

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  6. Private equity dollars flowing

    5:00 am 11/3/2007

    The flood of private equity money that has rushed into the film industry in recent years may slow but will probably continue to flow -- and not dry up like previous sources of financing.Read more

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  7. Golden Harvest reaps as it sells

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Beijing-based talent agency and production house Chengtian Entertainment said Thursday that it has bought a 24.78% stake in Golden Harvest Entertainment, one of Asia's leading exhibitor-distributors.Read more

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  8. ACC 'Wild' out of the gate

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    Upstart Tokyo-based film and TV producers Asian Contents Center unveiled its first projects Thursday, announcing committments from Japanese and Chinese pubcasters NHK and CCTV to air the three-part series "Wild Life," based on a popular manga about renegade veterinarians.Read more

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  9. Dialogue: Andrew Lau

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    DIALOGUE: Filmmaker Andrew Lau is internationally renowned for his boxoffice hit "Infernal Affairs, and his recent film "Initial D" was also a hit across Asia. Lau soon will be making his Hollywood directorial debut with "The Flock."Read more

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  10. Panelists lead 'Grail' search on indie side

    5:00 am 11/2/2007

    "Know the distribution company as well as you know your film," Lionsgate's president of acquisitions and co-productions Peter Block told a packed conference room at the Le Merigot Hotel on Thursday.Read more

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