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Cambridge Film Festival reveals full line-up

26 August 2015 4:36 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

UK premieres include Palio, The Company You Keep and Infinitely Polar Bear.Scroll down for full programme

The 35th Cambridge Film Festival (Sept 3-13) has revealed its full line-up for this year, including titles from over 30 different countries.

Star*Men, a documentary from debut director Alison E. Rose will open the festival. The film follows four UK astronomers, Donald Lynden-Bell Frs and Roger Griffin of the University of Cambridge, and Wal Sargent Frs and Neville Woolf of Manchester University, on a road trip to the United States.

The festival’s closing night gala will be the UK premiere of Palio, Cosima Spender’s documentary about the world’s oldest horse race, which debuted at Tribeca in April before playing at Karlovy Vary in July.

The main programme will feature the UK premiere of Robert Redford’s political thriller The Company You Keep, which he directrs and stars in. The festival will also screen the Redford-starring A Walk In The Woods, from »

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British government looking at 10 year sentence for piracy

19 July 2015 11:10 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

A new consultation has been launched, which could see the maximum UK sentence for online copyright infringement increased heavily...

The British government has launched a new consultation, with one proposal set to increase the prison time for online copyright infringement from up to two years to up to 10 years. That would bring it in line with the similar penalty for infringing the copyright of physical goods.

The consultation document cites a 2015 report by the name of 'Penalty Fair?', which suggested that "the vast majority of online copyright offenders have links to further criminality and seek to monetise their illicit activities online via advertising or subscription fees".

It adds that "the Government expects that increasing the maximum sentences available under the specific online copyright offence provisions would have a deterrent effect on criminals seeking to make money in this way. It will also provide real punitive action against those who »

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Robert Redford Drops Out of Directing 9/11 Thriller 'Against All Enemies' (Exclusive)

11 June 2015 1:48 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Robert Redford has dropped out of directing the 9/11 thriller Against All Enemies. Redford had been prepping Enemies for a fall shoot, and the film was poised to be Redford's follow-up to his most recent helming effort, 2012's The Company You Keep. But sources say he has bowed out due to scheduling conflicts. He will be promoting two films in the fall: Ken Kwapis' A Walk in the Woods, which hits theaters on Sept. 2, and the Dan Rathers drama Truth, which is currently undated but expected to be released in the fourth quarter. Redford had been developing the hot-

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Voltage Pictures hires John Fremes

24 April 2015 | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

John Fremes has joined Voltage Pictures as president of international sales and distribution and will report to president and COO Jonathan Deckter.

Fremes arrives from Nu Image / Millennium and replaces Elisabeth Costa de Beauregard, who is transitioning into a production deal with Nicolas Chartier’s company and to that effect will be on set in Ireland for John Moore’s I.T. starring Pierce Brosnan.

For the last three years Fremes served as president of international sales and distribution at Nu Image / Millennium, where he sold titles like Expendables 2 and 3, Olympus Has Fallen, Homefront and the upcoming London Has Fallen and Mechanic: Resurrection.

Voltage has also brought in Scott Bedno from Spotlight Pictures as vice-president of international sales. Bedno, along with Voltage’s international sales coordinator Mike Quinn, will report directly to Fremes.

The moves underscores Chartier’s plans to ramp at the company up after he brought in Deckter as partner last month.

“We are thrilled »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Jonathan Deckter Leaves IM Global, Joins Voltage

2 March 2015 10:14 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

In an expansion move, Nicolas Chartier’s Voltage Pictures has hired IM Global President Jonathan Deckter.

Deckter will take over running all day-to-day business operations of Voltage Pictures as well as serve as president/COO. Chartier will continue in his role as CEO and oversee all production-related activities along with Zev Foreman and Craig Flores.

Voltage has financed “Killer Joe,” “The Company You Keep,”  “The Hurt Locker” and “Dallas Buyers Club.”

Voltage recently completed “Fathers and Daughters,” directed by Gabriele Muccino, starring Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried and Aaron Paul, and “Good Kill,” directed by Andrew Niccol, and starring Ethan Hawke. Its upcoming releases also include “The Secret Scripture,” directed by Jim Sheridan with Rooney Mara, and “Knock Knock,” directed by Eli Roth, with Keanu Reeves starring.

“Over the past ten years we have built Voltage from a small two person venture into what it is today,”” Chartier said. “By adding »

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Jonathan Deckter joins Voltage as partner

2 March 2015 9:35 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

In a significant switch that underscores Voltage’s ambitions, the executive has left as president of Im Global to become president / COO at Nicolas Chartier’s company.

Deckter, who served five years at Im Global, arrives as a partner of Chartier and will oversee day-to-day business operations at Voltage Pictures.

Chartier, who will continue as CEO, is keen to expand Voltage’s film and TV productions, announce new hires by the summer and complete several international mergers and acquisitions with strategic partners.   

Chartier will oversee all production-related activities alongside production president Zev Foreman and Voltage Films partner Craig Flores.

Voltage has produced and financed such films as Killer Joe and The Company You Keep and earned three Oscars for Dallas Buyers Club in 2014 and six for The Hurt Locker in 2010.

The company recently completed Gabriele Muccino’s Fathers And Daughters starring Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried and Aaron Paul and Andrew Niccol’s Good Kill with recent Academy »

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