The ninth edition of the Rome Film Festival is coming to an end having showcased some interesting new patterns of film marketing and distribution.
The film market named The Business Street has brought to Rome 811 professionals, of which 295 buyers, 104 world sales agents e 246 producers from 52 countries, with a 30% increase of international participants (35% more buyers and 14% more world sales agents). A very needed initiative for boosting the film business.
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The act of centralizing productions is, more than ever, out-of-date. Better taking advantage of incentives and other opportunities given by globalization. Hollywood makes no exception to this trend, as studios have started moving out of their Californian facilities, also for big budget feature films, while the golden state is trying to get them back (FYI, California want Hollywood back). Continue reading “Disney and other majors enjoying tax relief schemes internationally”