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Asia has been integral to Im Global almost since day one. That is a reflection of both of Im Global founder Stuart Ford’s determination to position the company for growth and the company’s financial opportunism.
That puts Im Global in a unique position — an independent with large exposure in both India and in China.
“Our mantra is to stay opportunistic, not be wed to a single business or financing model,” Ford says. “And to keep one eye on the wider business — digital distribution, growth markets, lower cost filmmaking. These make it easier to build a business and make a buck, than building a big studio structure.”
The film industry’s traditional model saw international sales covering risk and the North American market as the profit center. But Ford argues that the U.S. market is the most crowded, expensive and competitive market in the world and therefore the »
- Patrick Frater
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“Making three films a year was too ambitious,” Katzenberg told analysts after announcing a major reorganization of the Glendale, Calif., toon studio that is resulting in layoffs of around 500 people, including its chief marketing officer, Dawn Taubin, and chief operating officer, Mark Zoradi. Chief creative officer Bill Damaschke already had stepped down, while vice chairman and former chief financial officer Lew Coleman is retiring.
After a string of box office misfires that have included “Rise of the Guardians,” “Turbo,” “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” and, more recently, “The Penguins of Madagascar” — forcing the company to write off more than $290 million in losses — Dwa was forced to make changes.
- Marc Graser
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