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Sohonet launches dedicated storage service for media & entertainment industries

In another industry first, Sohonet has announced the launch of Sohonet Media Storage, a private cloud storage as a service platform optimised for the media sector. The service aims to expand and extend production and…

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Fortissimo completes Borgman sales

Following the triumphant screening of Alex van Warmerdam’s Borgman In Competition at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Fortissimo Films has already completed numerous sales across the world. Deals have been closed for Portugal (Prisvideo –…

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Corsan sells Haggis’s Third Person worldwide

Pascal Borno, President of Sales for Corsan, the fully integrated international film finance, production and sales company with head offices in Antwerp, Belgium, announced that THIRD PERSON, written and directed by Paul Haggis (CRASH), has…

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High Point to Aim High in Creation

Carey Fitzgerald’s High Point Media Group has today confirmed scooping international rights for feature documentary, Aim High in Creation, acclaimed filmmaker Anna Broinowski’s (Forbidden Llie$) hotly anticipated voyage into the bizarre and surprising world of…

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Lionsgate UK makes six acquisitions ahead of Cannes

Lionsgate UK is showing its increased support for British films and filmmakers by picking up the theatrical distribution rights to six new titles ahead of Cannes this week. The films, in various stages of production…

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Paul Andrew Williams’ latest film is picked up

Close Enough, the latest film from Paul Andrew Williams (who appeared in MS32), has been picked up for international distribution by uConnect, the sales arm of uMedia. Screen Daily reported that the deal was struck…

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Slugline makes screenwriting simple

Slugline makes screenwriting simple

Screenwriting software, like word processors, have become increasingly bloated over the years as more and more features are added, with a corresponding increase in price. However, the basic function of both types of software is…

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Celluloid processing gets reprieve in UK

Celluloid processing gets reprieve in UK

With the recent departure of FujiFilm celluloid division from the UK, and the closure of central London processing labs, it really looked like the days of shooting on film were coming to an end. 18…

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More tech from NAB show

NAB in Las Vegas is one of the biggest broadcast shows in the world, which attracts thousands of broadcast and media professionals every year. For a large percentage of people attending it is a chance…

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G-Technology announce new storage solutions for creatives

G-Technology today announced the launch of two new products at NAB in Las Vegas which they hope will redefine the way creative professionals workflow their storage requirements.…

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