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Introduction

Film Industry Network is a global news and resource platform dedicated to people working in the entertainment industry. From content creators to decision makers, celebrities and producers, FIN is a one-stop shop for people striving to innovate and succeed. If you would like to get your brand in front of our influential readers get in contact with us today for a free quote: mail@filmindustrynetwork.biz

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Audience demographic

- Gender: 52% Female 48% Male
- Age: 18-34
- Profile: Influencers, creative and entrepreneurial
- Average income : $60,000

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Quotes in the media

Below you fill find a list of websites that have highlighted Film Industry Network news coverage:
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“The Cannes Film Festival has unveiled its 2014 official poster featuring a stylish, sepia toned portrait of Marcello Mastroianni.The Italian actor, star of Federico Fellini’s classic ’8½’ is featured in a soft, diffused still as he motions to push back his sunglasses” – Cannes Film Festival

“I guess Reeves has a right to be down. Reports of the death of 47 Ronin may be premature – international films often struggle in Japan (FIN), and this one retells an old Japanese tale – but yes, forecasts are gloomy.” – The Guardian

“So, in the future, you might be able to make yourself a Star Wars action figure. Finally, check out these super cool Star Wars posters by Nicolas Alejandro. Thanks to Film Industry Network.” – Slash Film

“The movie stars James Wilder (Melrose Place), Joaquim de Almeida (Desperado), Rudolf Martin (Swordfish), Richard Edson (Platoon), and introduces Zuher Khan in his first acting role and also as producer of the film. Catch a review of Three Holes… on Film Industry Network here.” – Examiner

“According to one metric (FIN), these fan remakes have garnered over 220 million views. The first live performance of the song on Korean TV also has a full 152 million views….” – Tech Crunch

“Norris may not have the same star power as Stallone or Schwarzenegger, but he does have a feverish (and ironic) fan base on the internet. According to The Film Industry Network, Norris is by far the most popular actor on the internet compared to his Expendables co-stars.” – Inquisitr

“Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez give new meaning to the term “power couple.” The duo are the most powerful online celebrities, thanks to the fact that the tally a combined audience of 50 million global search terms per month. That’s fancy webspeak for the fact that people search for them online… a lot. They’re a hot topic, these two….The numbers break down like so, according to the Film Industry Network.” – PopCrush

“I’m Still Here director Casey Affleck claims making the hoax documentary about Joaquin Phoenix’s foray into hip-hop almost left him broke. Affleck told Filmindustrynetwork.biz that he had to put his own money into the film to fund the year-long shoot.” – NME

“For more casual filmmaking, the Film Industry Network recommends the Kodak Zi8. For more serious projects, The Canon HV30 has garnered positive reviews from camcorder reviewers for its excellent video quality.” – Fox News

“On Film Industry Network, Iain Alexander is sympathetic . He writes that, “everyone from Sky News to the New York Times has analysed every conversation (Piers) has had about the nature of the hacking and added more shreds of evidence, essentially twisting the facts.” In fact , after the damaging headlines, many of the outlets go on to pour cold water on the story.” – The Drum

“The documentary directed by Oscar winner Kevin Macdonald will be released in U.S. cinemas and on VOD and digital platforms on April 20, 2012, after its world premiere at the 62nd Berlin film festival, according to the press release (FIN). – IB Times

“According to Film Industry Network: It’s official: Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are the most powerful celebrities online with a combined audience of 50 million.” – Uproxx

“Houston is said to have a supporting role (FIN) in “Sparkle,” playing a gospel singer, and may perform two songs. The paper quotes producer Debra Martin Chase as saying Detroit was always the leading contender for filming of the remake of a 1976 movie about a musical sister act” – LA Times

“Beliebers and Selenators also appear to be stronger than the fame monsters. Lady Gaga came in third place with an estimated 16.6 million searches monthly. All three singers beat the President of the United States, Barack Obama. He came in fourth but the number may rise with the election coming soon. Take a look at the complete list of stars below. Via Film Industry Network. – Ryan Seacrest

“It’s rather empty now, but I can assure you there is no shortage of 5MB animated GIFs waiting to be posted. Here is a favorite of mine, by Jamie Beck, who was recently interviewed (FIN)” – Boing Boing

“I wrote a WW2 script about 4 years before this one, but I never managed to realize it, because of money and other smaller problems. So one day I thought about why don’t I just do something cheaper, but still in the war…just 2 actors…simple conflict…and the idea came out. (FIN)” – No Film School