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Ruby & Quentin (2003) More at IMDbPro »Tais-toi! (original title)

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Splendid posts first-half loss

2 September 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

COLOGNE, Germany -- German rights group Splendid Medien on Wednesday booked a first-half loss of €2.1 million ($2.6 million) and saw revenue shrink to €9.7 million ($11.8 million) in first-half 2004, compared with a year-earlier €1.7 million loss on sales of €20.5 million. Splendid blamed the drop on the disappointing boxoffice performances of French comedy Tais-toi and Canadian film Mambo Italiano, both of which Splendid acquired for the German market, and on costs related to its legal battle with Gold Circle Films. »

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Fox, UGC end partnership for Gallic distribution

28 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

20th Century Fox and UGC announced Friday that they will establish separate distribution organizations in France, effective Jan. 1, ending an association spanning almost a decade. "With the number of titles UGC and Fox are producing and the French market undergoing considerable changes over the past 10 years, we felt it was the logical step to separate the partnership in favor of our own separate ventures," the companies said in a joint statement. Since July 1995, UGC and Fox have operated under the joint-venture banner of UGC Fox Distribution, which has been responsible for some of the largest releases of all time in France, including Titanic, Amelie, the two Star Wars prequels, Die Another Day, Tanguy, Minority Report and Tais Toi. Further details on the structures of the ventures are forthcoming, the companies said. »

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