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AFM 2011

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  1. 'I, Frankenstein' Back From the Dead With Strong Russian Bow

    11:25 pm 1/28/2014

    The horror-actioner, starring Aaron Eckhart, opens to $7 million in Russia and delivers solid box office across Eastern Europe.Read more

  2. AFM: Susanne Bier to Helm 'A Second Chance' With 'Game of Thrones' Star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

    2:25 am 10/30/2013

    The drama, which Bier co-wrote with her "In a Better World" collaborator Anders Thomas Jensen, will be Coster-Waldau's first Danish-language starring role in more than a decade.Read more

  3. AFM 2012: The Works Picks Up 30 Seconds to Mars' Doc 'Artifact'

    5:09 pm 11/1/2012

    The British outfit will handle worldwide sales on Jared Leto's music industry expose, which won the People's Choice Award in Toronto.Read more

  4. Splendid Film Picks Up Schwarzenegger-starrer ‘Black Sands’ for Germany/Benelux

    2:44 am 12/20/2011

    Splendid also takes rights to De Niro/Travolta actioner “Killing Season” and Paul Walker-starrer “Hours.”Read more

  5. AFM to Stay in Santa Monica Through 2017

    11:25 am 12/8/2011

    The film market had considered a move to downtown Los Angeles but elected to remain in its longtime home; IFTA announces market dates for the next six years.Read more

  6. Germany's Egoli Tossell Join Ron Howard's 'Rush' as Co-Producers

    2:08 pm 11/18/2011

    The period racing film features “Thor” star Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl of “Inglorious Basterds.”Read more

  7. Malabar Entertainment Picks up U.S. Rights to ‘Nobel’s Last Will’

    9:35 am 11/17/2011

    The Swedish crime thriller is the first in a series of six features based on Liza Marklund’s bestsellers.Read more

  8. Falcom Secures John Stockwell’s ‘Code Name: Geronimo’ for German-Speaking Europe from Voltage

    8:00 am 11/14/2011

    The Swiss distributor also nabs rights to guys comedy “21 & Over” from "The Hangover" screenwriters Jon Lucas and Scott Moore.Read more

  9. Germany's Splendid Books Solid 3rd Quarter, Even Without ‘The Expendables’

    3:07 am 11/11/2011

    The German licensing and distribution group is shifting its business to more high-end titles including Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “The Last Stand” and Aaron Eckhart-starrer “I, Frankenstein.”Read more

  10. AFM 2011: Terrence Malick, Aaron Eckhart Emerge as Film Market's Unlikely Stars

    4:24 pm 11/10/2011

    The two were at the center of high-profile projects being shopped at this year's annual gathering of foreign buyers.Read more

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