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Guggenheim's Ross Levinsohn to Appear on Exec Panel at Digital Entertainment World

13 November 2013 10:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

The CEO joins CBS Interactive's Jim Lanzone and Omd's Claudia Cahill at the conference's opening panel, "View From The Top: State Of The Digital Union."

Ross Levinsohn, CEO of The Hollywood Reporter parent company Guggenheim Digital Media, has joined the growing list of speakers at the inaugural Digital Entertainment World conference.

Set for Feb. 18-20, 2014, in Los Angeles, the event will kick off with opening panel "View From The Top: State Of The Digital Union." Levinsohn will be joined by CBS Interactive president Jim Lanzone and Claudia Cahill, the chief content officer at Omd/The Content Collective. Their discussion will focus on the entire digital ecosystem, from content creation to monetization.

Levinsohn was at Fox Interactive and served as interim CEO of  Yahoo! prior to joining Guggenheim Digital Media in January. Guggenheim Digital Media owns The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard and other media properties.

At CBS Interactive, a division of CBS Corp. »

- Alex Ben Block

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Gwyneth Paltrow's PR war against Vanity Fair

3 November 2013 4:05 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Annoyed that the famous American magazine was planning a takedown of her, the actor and lifestyle guru has fought back

Age: 41.

Appearance: The most beautiful woman in the world.

Who says? People, the biggest magazine in America.

Ok. She's an actor, isn't she? Yes, that is indeed the case, more or less.

More or less? Her early triumphs – Emma, Shakespeare in Love, The Royal Tenenbaums – were followed by a series of turkeys (who can forget View from the Top and Running with Scissors?). She is now a fixture in the Iron Man franchise, and has built a lucrative sideline as a lifestyle guru.

So what's her latest project? Vanity Unfair.

Sounds interesting. What's the plot? A famous American magazine plans an in-depth look at her. She gets wind of it, tells her friends not to answer any questions, and launches what some see as a media offensive before the magazine even hits the newsstands. »

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Whistler Film Fest Looking Towards China

22 October 2013 5:30 AM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Whistler Film Festival in BC runs from December 4 to 8, 2013, and filmmakers and deal-makers from Los Angeles, China and Canada will meet there at the Whistler Film Festival’s annual industry Summit to talk about cross border distribution and commerce. One of the many advantages of Wff’s Summit is the intimate environment in which executives and filmmakers network and forge relationships. Whether it is at a panel discussion, a reception or strolling through the village, Whistler offers an unparalleled opportunity for gaining access to the people you need to talk to – and with this years roster of industry elite, it’s an opportunity you can’t afford to miss.

“Drawing on the expertise of this years VIP guests, the Summit is structured around the theme of bringing your films to market, and is designed to provide filmmakers and producers with the necessary tools to succeed both within and beyond Canada’s borders,” said Paul Gratton, Wff’s Director of Programming. “Our second annual China Canada Gateway for Film Script Competition will provide insight into what works when considering a possible co-production with China. Similarly, this year's Crossing Borders program focuses on film distribution in Canada, specifically addressing what the EOne acquisition of Alliance means to Canadian players.”

On December 5th, Wff’s Summit kicks off with the second annual China Canada Gateway for Film® Script Competition, a dynamic pitching competition designed to stimulate international financing for Canadian creators to participate in a China Canada co-production. The competition introduces experienced writer/producer teams to Chinese studios with production financing on the table for three selected projects. The selected teams, international panel of experts and three Chinese production companies will be announced at the end of October.

On December 6th, the Summit’s Crossing Borders program will address all things distribution from big screen success to small screen solutions, attracting the most influential players in the industry.

The New Distribution panel will reveal how the vacuum in the Canadian distribution sector is quickly being filled up by aggressive new players such as Pacific Northwest Pictures and Indiecan, and how more established companies such as Kinosmith and Phase Four Films are stepping up to the plate. Attendees will learn about the new distributors, what they are looking for, and how and when to best approach them with their next film project. Guests include: Emily Alden, VP of Production & Development, Pacific Northwest Pictures;
Robin Smith, Founder & President, Kinosmith; and Berry Meyerowitz, President & CEO, Phase 4 Films Inc.

The Alternative Distribution panel will speak to new ways of getting films to the big screen, or any screen for that matter. At a time when digital technology is allowing more and more films to get made than ever before, the challenge still remains on how to get these films to market. With alternative distributors speaking from both the Us and Canadian perspective, attendees will find out from the pros how to get films seen and generating revenue no matter what side of the border you live on. Guests include: J. Joly, Founder & CEO, CineCoup; 
Bill Bromiley, Chief Acquisitions Officer, Image, Rlj Entertainment; and Avi Federgreen, CEO, IndieCan Entertainment.

The What’s Up Docs panel will be moderated by Sturla Gunnarsson, director of numerous award-winning docs and of Ice Soldiers, which is receiving its world premiere at Wff. Featuring notable documentary filmmakers, the panel will address financing and distribution options for feature length documentaries at a time when most of the programming slots for so-called "one-offs" have disappeared from television screens to make way for reality programs. Guests include: Barry Avrich, Director, Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story; and Lucy Walker, Director, Crash Reel, with others to be announced with Wff’s lineup.

Hussain Amarshi, President & Founder of Mongrel Media, will deliver a keynote address entitled The Best of Times, The Worst of Times - Reflections on 20 Years of Film Distribution at Wff’s annual invitation only Filmmaker Luncheon.

Summit highlight In Conversation: A View From The Top moderated by Variety’s VP & Executive Editor, Steven Gaydos features Canada’s distribution and exhibition leaders including eOne, Cineplex and Bell Media who will discuss consolidation in the media and debate the pros and cons their companies' dominant positions bring to their respective sectors (theatrical distribution, theatrical exhibition, and television exhibition) in Canada. Guests include: Patrice Theroux, President, Global Filmed Entertainment, Executive Director of Entertainment One Ltd.; Michael Kennedy, Vice-President of Filmed Entertainment, Cineplex; and Kevin Goldstein, VP Regulatory Affairs Bell Media Inc.

Registered filmmakers and producers with industry experience and production credits will also have the opportunity to sign up for high-level one-on-one meetings to pitch their projects to commissioning editors, sales agents, distributors and other key execs attending the Festival.

On December 7th, Wff’s ShortWork Lab returns to empower the next generation of storytellers, providing filmmakers firsthand insight into the world of narrative short-form storytelling. Emerging filmmakers are invited to participate in this full day of panel discussions, pitches, networking and screenings with filmmakers and industry experts.

Wff’s Summit industry schedule is now available at . The Festival’s online box office is open for early bird industry registration and festival passes until October 31st. The Festival lineup and film schedule will be available online on November 4th.

For more information, go to .

The Whistler Film Festival is supported by Telefilm Canada, the Province of British Columbia and the Resort Municipality of Whistler. Bell Media (CTV, Etalk, E!) is Wff’s lead partner. Wff is sponsored by Variety, Transcontinental Media (Elle Canada), the Directors Guild of Canada - British Columbia, American Airlines, Sorel, Christie, Zoom Audio Visual Networks, Promosa Management, Tourism Whistler, Whistler Blackcomb and the Westin Resort & Spa Whistler.

The Whistler Film Festival Society (Wffs) is a cultural charitable organization dedicated to furthering the art of film by providing programs that focus on the discovery, development and promotion of new talent culminating with a must attend festival for artists, the industry and audiences in Whistler. Wffs produces one of Canada’s leading film festivals and plays a leadership role in offering professional and project development programs for filmmakers.

Whistler is Canada’s premier, year-round destination located in the spectacular Coast Mountains of British Columbia, and just two hours north of Vancouver. Consistently ranked the number one mountain resort in North America, Whistler features two majestic mountains, epic skiing and snowboarding conditions, four championship golf courses, more than 200 shops, 90 restaurants and bars, accommodations galore, hiking trails, spas and arguably the best mountain bike park in the world. In short, Whistler has everything you will ever need to have the time of your life - and so much more.


- Peter Belsito

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Interview: Talking to the Cast of ‘Thanks for Sharing’

19 September 2013 9:59 AM, PDT | | See recent LRM Online news »

On the surface Adam (Mark Ruffalo), an over achieving environmental consultant, Mike (Tim Robbins), a long married small business owner, and Neil (Josh Gad), a wisecracking emergency room doctor have little in common. But all are in different stages of dealing with sex addiction. Confident and successful in his career, Adam is afraid to allow love back into his life, even if that means losing a chance to start over with smart, beautiful, and accomplished Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow).

Mikes efforts to control his wife Katie (Joely Richardson) and son (Patrick Fugit) as tightly as he does his impulses are tearing the family apart. Neil is still deeply in denial when befriended by Dede (Alecia Moore) who has just begun taking her own small steps back to health. As they navigate the rocky shores of recovery, Adam, Mike, and Neil become a family that encourages, infuriates and applauds each other on »

- Fernando Esquivel

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Pink Shows Off Her Acting Chops in the First Trailer for Thanks for Sharing

26 June 2013 2:42 PM, PDT | | See recent ReelzChannel news »

"You just got all Jack Bauer on me."

A trailer has just been released for Thanks for Sharing, and though the movie stars Mark Ruffalo and Gwyneth Paltrow, it isn't a superhero action flick or a comedy about flight attendants. Instead, the movie follows a group of people working through a twelve-step program and trying to maintain romantic relationships. So it's not exactly the fluffy romp that View from the Top was. One fun thing that the movie does feature is a dramatic performance from Pink, who's listed under her given name, Alecia Moore. If the trailer is any indication, Moore can hold her own in scenes alongside this well versed cast. The movie is set for release September 20th.

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- reelz staff

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