Film Finance News Today 2009-01-11

January 12th, 2009 by Barry Caplan | Tags: none
Daily Mail – UK
Indeed, the German Federal Film Fund eventually ploughed £4.7 million into the £56 million budget for the film. And last year Cruise was awarded the
Chandigarh Tribune – India
While officials of the company were not available for comments, UT Finance Secretary Sanjay Kumar said “since the matter was now being looked into by the
the then Finance Secretary, to Malaysia and Singapore. However, in their report to the administration, the officers had strangely made no mention of their visit to any film studio and/or anyone associated with the movie trade during
After watching the trailer for Ashton Kutcher’s romantic ‘dramedy’ Spread, I can’t help but think this film could be much better than this first promo would have us believe. So maybe this first glimpse isn’t going to ‘wow’ you right off
Synopsis: In 1890s France a courtesan (Nicole Kidman) falls in love with a young writer (Ewan McGregor) but strings along a duke who can finance improvements to the night spot. Number of Oscar nominations: 8. The film was a big hit with
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2009 International Film & TV Finance Summit February 2 – 4, 2009 – Los Angeles – Sofitel Hotel How independent producers, financiers and studio executives secure the funds or tax incentives they need during tough economic
the then Director IT and S. K. Sandhu, the then Finance Secretary, to Malaysia and Singapore. However, in their report to the administration, the officers had strangely made no mention of their visit to any film studio and/or anyone

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