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a company that makes, advertises, and distributes movies

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These projects will help make production of films and television series commercially profitable for Kazakhstan," said the film company.
The Mob Film Company is considered to be among the top independent movie production firms in the UK.
The film company from London have chosen Huddersfield as the location.
Speaking in the House of Commons on Monday, Tory MP Penny Mordaunt said: "When I was director of Kensington and Chelsea Council, I discovered that one of our local hospitals was hiring out one of its closed - but fully-equipped wards - to a film company to use as a film set.
Raghav Bahl, founder of Network 18 said: "We are excited about sponsoring the Indian Film Company on AIM.
The film company is one of a number joining forces with web firms to boost sales and fight piracy at the same time as building a younger audience.
To build a reputation in the arts through friendly customer service and excellent craftsmanship and parlay the profits into a film company by the same name.
Danny Glover announced plans to use his new film company to produce a film adapted from God's Bits of Wood by Ousmane Sembene (Heinemann, February 1996).
But the fact that the new indie film company from T.
When Branson stepped out, the film company fell into bankruptcy.
The paper quoted the film company sources as saying, ''We've tried very hard not to portray the Japanese in a very bad light.
A man suspected of being an active triad member has been arrested for allegedly blackmailing a film company that is shooting international kung-fu star Jackie Chan's new movie ''Rush Hour 2'' in Hong Kong, local police and newspapers said Wednesday.
She moved on to another internship at Good Machine, a production/postproduction film company based in New York, where she learned the differences between television and feature film editing.
Back in 1989 Marcus Hu and his partners Jon Gerrans and Mike Thomas were running their fledgling, no-frills, gay-friendly independent film company, Strand Releasing, out of Hu's one-bedroom Los Angeles apartment.