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Hopscotch gets jump on Toronto

5 September 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

SYDNEY -- Leading Australian independent distributor Hopscotch Films has jumped ahead of its rivals to make a pair of acquisitions in the days leading up to the Toronto International Film Festival, the company announced Monday. The company acquired Australian rights to Sergie Bodrov's Mongol from Beta Entertainment and dance documentary Ballets Russes, which Zeitgeist Films is distributing in the U.S. Hopscotch has previously found success with the acquisition of such hot non-fiction titles as Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, Spellbound and Travelling Birds. Ballets Russes will play at Toronto alongside other Hopscotch releases Mrs. Henderson Presents, Transamerica and Live and Become. »

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FilmFoerderung Hamburg to help fund 'Mongol'

29 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

COLOGNE, Germany -- Mongol, Russian director Sergei Bodrovon's epic tale of Mongolian conqueror Genghis Khan, received much-needed production financing Wednesday from regional state subsidy body FilmFoerderung Hamburg, which will contribute €380,000 ($459,000) to the production. New Line Cinema and HBO Films' new distribution company Picturehouse Films recently acquired North American rights to Mongol, which Russia's CTB Film Co. is producing with Germany's X Filme. »

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Picturehouse making history

20 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Picturehouse Films, the new distribution combine from HBO Films and New Line Cinema, has acquired all North American rights to the upcoming historical epic Mongol from Russia's CTB Film Co. and production company Andreyevsky Flag. Picturehouse president Bob Berney announced the acquisition Friday. In preproduction, the $20 million Mongolian-language film will be directed by Russian director Sergei Bodrov (Prisoner of the Mountains). Mongol, Part 1 of a planned trilogy, details the 13th century "origin myth" of young orphan Genghis Khan and his early steps toward becoming the legendary conqueror, leader of Mongolia and ruler of the world. (Mongolian historians already have protested Bodrov's alleged historical liberties.) »

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