China’s Recon Group fails to close its acquisition of Avi Lerner’s Millennium Films. All Hollywood-China deals are in peril, as many have failed to close this year.
Sony Pictures’ co-financing partner, LStar Capital, informed the studio at the last minute that they would no longer invest in Sony’s slate.
By Cannes Film Festival 2018, unless some unforeseen events occur, it will no longer be possible to license films to specific territories.
Xinke, a Chinese copper processing company revoked their offer to acquire 80% of Voltage Pictures for $350 million.
Love them or hate them, Netflix and Amazon are shaking loose cobwebs from the film market. The momentum from Sundance has sellers optimistic.
After $1 billion writedown Sony Corp. announced that it does not plan to sell Sony Pictures. The company is under pressure to sell after mounting losses.
After a string of massive hits, Lionsgate traveled full circle in 2016 when its top-grossing domestic film was Boo! A Medea Halloween.
The UK government’s strategy to encourage investment during a downmarket is allowing firms to acquire valuable assets at deep discounts.
Is the European Commission’s Digital Single Market strategy destroying Europe’s independent film business in favor US-based technology firms?
The unofficial expansion of the Chinese film quota system is taking place right now. So far in 2016 over 40 revenue-sharing films have screened.