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  1. AFM 2011: Myriad Pictures Takes on 'A Common Man,' Starring Ben Kingsley

    4:46 pm 11/5/2011

    The thriller, set in Sri Lanka, also stars Ben Cross as a cop trying to defuse a terrorist threat.Read more

  2. AFM 2011: Sycamore Entertainment Group Takes U.S. Rights to Tammi Sutton's 'Isle of Dogs'

    4:15 pm 11/5/2011

    The horror movie, starring Andrew Howard, will be released in the first quarter of 2012.Read more

  3. AFM 2011: THR's Festival Daily - Day 4

    5:00 am 11/5/2011

    In Day 4 of the AFM Dailies, FilmDistirct experiences a major shakeup, Aaron Eckhart becomes the unlikely king of the market and and Groupon head Shawn Bercuson launches a new venture.Read more

  4. AFM 2011: Universal Pictures International Picks Up Content's 'Hard Boiled Sweets'

    8:05 pm 11/4/2011

    It acquired the crime thriller for the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Benelux and Scandinavia.Read more

  5. AFM 2011: Seven Arts, GFM Films Acquire Nick Cassavetes Project

    3:31 pm 11/4/2011

    Dark comedy "Yellow" stars Sienna Miller, Melanie Griffith and Ray Liotta.Read more

  6. AFM 2011: Banks Getting Conservative at This Year's Film Market

    3:21 pm 11/4/2011

    Panelists addressed the current state of deal-making at the "Current Issues in the Production, Financing and Distribution of Independent Film" session.Read more

  7. AFM 2011: Tribeca Films Acquires U.S. Rights to Frederic Jardin's 'Sleepless Night'

    3:02 pm 11/4/2011

    The thriller, starring Tomer Sisley as a police officer whose son is kidnapped by drug dealers, gets theatrical and VOD release in 2012Read more

  8. AFM 2011: IM Global Announces British '80s Music pic 'Walking on Sunshine'

    2:08 pm 11/4/2011

    Max Giwa and Dania Pasquini, the filmmakers behind indie hit "StreetDance 3D," will direct the movie for Vertigo Films.Read more

  9. AFM 2011: New Regency, A Company Ink Three-Year Deal (Exclusive)

    12:26 pm 11/4/2011

    The output deal gives the Berlin-based distributor exclusive TV rights to the studio's slate including "In Time" and "Knight and Day."Read more

  10. VVS Films Acquires Canadian Rights to John Travolta and Robert De Niro's 'Killing Season'

    12:18 pm 11/4/2011

    The Montreal-based indie distributor also closes AFM deals for "The Frozen Ground" starring Nicolas Cage and "Vehicle 19" with Paul Walker. Read more

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