The News Review:
- Spring Festival marks new beginning for Chinese foreigners
- Movies Sell Slowly at Sundance
- Kaleidoscope Festival Wraps Up In West Palm Beach
- Westport Youth Film Festival call for entries by March 2
Spring Festival marks new beginning for Chinese foreigners
Beijingers also went on a 639 million yuan (about 85. dollars) shopping spree spending 13.
Movies Sell Slowly at Sundance
New York Times United States
Sellers were a bit frustrated. And despite some high-profile deals — including Sony Pictures Classics’ purchase of rights to “An Education” a British coming-of-age drama set in the ’60s for a reported $3 million — there was no blockbuster sale to match the $10 million that Focus Features spent last year on a single picture “Hamlet 2. ”But the action continued even as the 10-day festival drew to a close promising that total sales would ultimately match or exceed the $15 million or so spent on rights to Sundance movies in 2008. “Everyone is confident that quite a few more films will still sell” Richard Klubeck a partner and independent film specialist with the United Talent Agency said by telephone. Klubeck’s agency took three films to the market that accompanies the annual festival: “The Messenger” a drama that has.
Kaleidoscope Festival Wraps Up In West Palm Beach
- The annual Kaleidoscope Festival in downtown West Palm Beach brought the multicultural fun and flavor Sunday. Attendees and participants showed up at the Meyer Amphitheatre to experience the cultures of 15 different countries including Botswana Jamaica and the Philippines. Students from schools throughout the county were the presenters. Story continues below ?advertisement |.
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Westport Youth Film Festival call for entries by March 2
Norwalk Plus Magazine
Submission is open to all filmmakers who are currently in high school. WYFF a Westport Arts Center program is the first youth film festival in the world run by high school students showing films by high school students. In addition to the beautiful Tiffany Awards for the winners two scholarships will be given to two filmmakers to attend the summer program at the Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan. Interlochen Center for the Arts offers year-round opportunities for young filmmakers.