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Phase 4 Films acquires The Two Faces of January for Canada

The deal with StudioCanal follows the Berlin debut for Hossein Amini’s directorial bow, with a fall 2014 release planned for the Canadian market.

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Mongrel Media picks up StudioCanal film library

The indie distributor has picked up the TV, DVD, VOD, SVOD and electronic sell-through rights to a slew of movies including Evil Dead II and Basic Instinct.

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eOne hires ex-StudioCanal exec Harold van Lier

The veteran distributor (pictured) will join the company in January 2014 as president of eOne Films International.

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Lionsgate, Germany’s Tandem pact on TV co-venture

As it continues to expand its TV business, the Vancouver mini-studio will develop and produce scripted dramas with the Munich-based entertainment company, the first of which is crime series Sex, Lies and Handwriting.

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New BlackBerry store touted with TV and film offerings

BlackBerry World, which was unveiled Monday, replaces BlackBerry App World, features the mobile-format availability of programs from a slew of Canadian and international distributors, according to RIM.

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eOne takes Cuban Fury’s North American rights

The romantic comedy from London-based Big Talk and starring Rashida Jones, Chris O’Dowd and Nick Frost is expected to hit theatres in 2013.

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Lionsgate forms French output deal with Metropolitan Filmexport

The deal follows a string of similar output agreements by Lionsgate such as with StudioCanal in Germany, Nordisk Films in Scandinavia and Roadshow Films in Australia.

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Lionsgate expands StudioCanal partnership

The latest deal in the Canadian mini-studio’s strategy to grow its global distribution network will see the European production and distribution co distribute the next installments of The Hunger Games (pictured) franchise in Germany and Austria.

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eOne to release Studiocanal’s Special Forces stateside

The acquisition of the $25 million Diane Kruger-starring thriller follows the Canadian distributor announcing an expansion into the U.S. theatrical releasing market.