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UPI crosses $2 Billion at the Overseas Box Office

Universal Pictures International (UPI) today announced that with yesterday’s box office grosses, the studio has passed $2 billion at the international box office for the first time in its 101-year…

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Curzon Cinema staff launch online petition demanding living wage

Staff at Curzon Cinemas have launched a campaign petitioning the movie theatre chain to pay workers the London living wage and recognise their BECTU union membership.…

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Wheatley’s latest to have same day multi-platform release

Ben Wheatley’s A Field in England will be the first-ever film to be released in UK nationwide cinemas, on free TV, on DVD and on Video-on-Demand on the same day – with Film4, Picturehouse Entertainment,…

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Lincoln, Zero Dark Thirty and Argo nominated by Producers Guild of America

Steven Spielberg’s Civil War saga Lincoln, Ben Affleck’s Iran hostage-crisis thriller Argo and Kathryn Bigelow’s Osama bin Laden thriller Zero Dark Thirty are among the films nominated for the best-picture prize by the Producers Guild of…

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Vertigo Films acquire BIFA nominated debut film Strings

Vertigo Films have acquired Rob Savage's directorial debut Strings.…

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ICO’s Autumn Screening Days previews 25 indie films in Bradford

The Independent Cinema Office's Autumn Screening days, a weekend of future film screenings funded by the BFI, screened 25 upcoming independent releases to an audience of 162 representatives of the independent film exhibition sector.…

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Hunger Games powers massive revenue bump for Lionsgate Entertainment

Lionsgate Entertainment have seen earnings of $75.5 million - a revenue jump of 97 per cent - in the second quarter after massive home entertainment sales of the audience hit The Hunger Games.…

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Barbican Centre announce programme for new cinemas.

The Barbican Centre's new cinemas are to open with a new season of films called Step Into The Dark, which will run from November 2 to December 9.…

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BFI to celebrate Ealing Studios with two month retrospective

The BFI is to celebrate the iconic post-war films made in the Ealing Studios with retrospective project Ealing: Light and Dark taking place throughout October and November.…

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Intouchables to represent France at 2013 Oscars

Intouchables, the French film from directing duo Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano which overtook Amélie to become the highest-grossing French-language film ever, has been selected to compete on behalf of France at next year's Oscars…

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