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Brussels-based company Umedia is set to pursue its strategic expansion plan through a partnership with German banner Egoli Tossell Pictures.
The new deal, inked at the Berlinale, will allow Umedia to co-finance Egoli Tossell’s film development slate and have first-look rights to co-produce developed projects.
A Berlin-based production outfit founded by Jens Meurer and Judy Tossell in 2001, Egoli Tossell Pictures has produced such films as David Leveaux’s “The Exception,” Ron Howard’s “Rush,” Alexander Sukorov’s “Russian Ark,” Jalmari Helander’s “Big Game,” and Olivier Assayas’ “Carlos.”
“This is a key part of our group’s growth strategy, and an important step forward as we continue to expand our catalog and production capability. Umedia and Egoli Tossell have worked together on a number of projects, most recently ‘The Exception, »
- Elsa Keslassy
(Courtesy: Kimberley French/20th Century Fox)
By: Carson Blackwelder
One of the jobs that the general public doesn’t pay that much attention to — but probably should — is that of the cinematographer. If you think a film looks gorgeous and you’re able to get swept away by what you’re seeing on the screen, that’s all thanks to this man or woman’s work behind the scenes. Turns out, though, you can even see these folks showcase their talent on social media.
Since the role of cinematographer is often referred to as the director of photography — shortened to Dp or Dop — it only makes sense that we hone in Instagram as that’s one popular online platform dedicated specifically to photos. Let’s take a look at 16 of the cinematographers who are utilizing Instagram to showcase more of their work and giving us a glimpse of »
- Carson Blackwelder
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