MTGx is launching MediaFactory today, a partnership program aiming to give start-ups the opportunity to grow and expand their ideas and businesses through the beneficial environment of a global media house.
Lithuanian film Emotional Police (dir Lukrecija Vaupšaite, 2012, 13min) has been sold to Eurochannel TV, a channel watched by 25 million viewers worldwide, reaching 11 million households. The film was created by sisters Lukrecija and Marija Vaupsaites – a.k.a. Sisters V – imagine them as the junior female version of the Coen brothers.
As Chariots Of Fire returns to cinemas in the UK this weekend, film critics & the media appear to have forgotten that without the financial involvement of Mohamed Al Fayed, Chariots Of Fire would never have been made!
Pushing the boundaries of conventional dating websites, FilmJuiceDating not only match-makes single film lovers, but they team up with the likes of the British Film Institute to offer its users free film tickets, daily celebrity dating gossip, film features and dating tips.
Two of Bollywood’s biggest stars, Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan, commenced filming in the University of Dublin, Trinity College (www.tcd.ie) this month (September) for the first Bollywood blockbuster to be made in Ireland.
With over a year in gestation since FilmJuice came online in Feb 2010, FilmJuice relaunches this week and celebrates by teaming up with the British Film Institute, to give away no less than 18 prizes for 18 lucky winners.