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Eurocinema

CHANNEL NAME: Eurocinema, U.S. & Canada World Screen Weekly, July 20, 2006 LAUNCH DATE: It first launched in 2004 by offering individual VOD titles through TVN’s Independents package, however due to strong interest from cable operators, Eurocinema unveiled the full ...

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Marcos Santana

World Screen Weekly, July 20, 2006 Chairman and CEO Tepuy International For half a century, telenovelas have been keeping audiences spellbound day after day thanks to a unique mix of drama, passion and intrigue. And for decades, Latin American producers ...

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New Appointments, Promotions at Blueprint

LOS ANGELES, July 20: Blueprint Entertainment has tapped Ira Pincus to executive produce a slate of movies and series for the company, and has named a development and production consultant and a director of development. Pincus has produced numerous TV ...

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New Production Outfit Launches in Scotland

GLASGOW, July 20: Claire Mundell and Justin Molotnikov, the executive producers of the BBC CGI/live-action hybrid Shoebox Zoo, have established Synchronicity Films in Scotland with a view to developing drama series and feature films. Mundell has over 15 years of ...

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Granada Inks French Drama Deals

LONDON, July 20: Granada International has licensed a number of its British mini-series to broadcasters in France, including TF1, which opted for Walk Away and I Stumble. M6 picked up If I Had You and Kindness of Strangers, while Canal ...

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HIT Shores Up New European Deals

LONDON, July 20: HIT Entertainment has inked ten new broadcasting deals across Europe for its portfolio of preschool brands, including agreements with the BBC, YLE and SVT. In France, the Disney Channel took Bob the Builder, Barney and Thomas & ...

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Five Takes New Warner Bros. Drama

LONDON, July 20: Five in the U.K. has secured the free-TV and digital terrestrial rights to The Nine, slated to launch on ABC this fall, from Warner Bros. International Television Distribution. Vanessa Brookman, Five’s controller of acquisitions, described the show ...

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IDT Offloads Mainframe Stake

VANCOUVER/NEWARK, July 20: IDT Entertainment, which is in the process of being sold to Liberty Media, has inked a deal to sell its 62-percent stake in Canadian CGI outfit Mainframe Entertainment to the parent company of Rainmaker Animation & Visual ...

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