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A total of 12 projects will participate in the inaugural Frontières Finance & Packaging Forum, set to take place February 16-18 in Amsterdam.
Initiated as part of the recent partnership between Fantasia International Film Festival and the Cannes Marché du Film, the event is an offshot of the Frontières International Co-Production Market (which takes place at Montreal’s Fantasia festival in July).
The forum will see industry experts assessing the dozen genre projects from a packaging perspective, analysing finance, marketing and distribution strategies.
Among the selected projects is a feature from Sherlock and Doctor Who director Rachel Talalay, House Of Stairs, and works from producers including Jonathan Bronfman (The Witch), Katie Holly (Love And Friendship) and Phyllis Laing (The Haunting In Connecticut).
The projects originate from eight different countries: Canada, France, Ireland »
Happy face-off challenge night! For some reason, the DWTS stars did not dress as dancing presidents as they competed against other stars for immunity, which if you ask us is a real missed opportunity. We could have seen Ryan Lochte dressed as Teddy Roosevelt! Rick Perry could have finally gotten the chance to play the Potus! It could have been beautiful! Anyway, instead of doing that, tonight's debate-shortened hour of Dancing with the Stars had couples of couples competing for immunity in tomorrow night's elimination by dancing in the same style. It was great, we liked it, and this would be a great thing for this show to adopt more often. Anyway, we've got some ears to »
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