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  • Netflix's Ted Sarandos Meets With Colombian President to Talk 'Narcos' Incentives

    Underscoring the priority that some countries are placing on luring production, Colombia's president Juan Manuel Santos met with Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos on Wednesday to talk about a significant cash rebate being given to the upcoming Gaumont-produced series "Narcos."
  • HBO and Paramount TV Developing Series Based on 'Shutter Island'

    HBO and Paramount Television are coming together to developing the TV drama "Ashecliffe," a origin tale based on Martin Scorsese's crime thriller "Shutter Island." Scorsese will direct the pilot with a script from Dennis Lehane, who penned the novel on...

    Cantinas Production-Development Co to Focus on Life-Affirming Stories

    Cantinas Entertainment LLC is launching as a movie-TV production-development company specializing in positive life-affirming stories. The company -- led by Greg Campbell, Wendy Hughes and Wayne Hughes - is developing "Miss Brenda and the Loveladies: A...

    CANNES: Simon Pegg-Monty Python's 'Absolutely Anything' Scores Strong Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

    "Absolutely Anything," a sci-fi farce combining Simon Pegg and Kate Beckinsale with members of Monty Python's Flying Circus, has racked up strong sales at Cannes. The film, currently in post-production with Terry Jones directing, has been sold by GFM...

    How Colombia Lures International Filmmakers

    Colombia is the location du jour for a growing number of international filmmakers thanks to a film law launched in January 2013 and an incentive package that consists of a 40% cash rebate on qualified spend and a 20% cash rebate on logistical expenditures...