Sebastian Villases “The End Of The World” could become the biggest film and video festival of all time if it goes ahead, according to a new report.
The film was given the green light by the European Film Distribution Association (EFDAA) and will now begin filming in 2018.
The EFDAA told Business Insider it has secured funding from the US-based film production company Warner Bros, as well as funding from China’s Dalian Wanda Group.
“It’s going to be the biggest festival in the world,” EFDA’s CEO Stefano Capri told Business Ink.
“The audience that’s going see this film will be the same audience that saw ‘The Big Lebowski’.” “The big film festival is a very powerful tool,” Capri said.
“There are millions of films in theaters, there are millions more on the TV and radio, but the one thing you cannot predict is the number of people who are going to go and see it.”
The EfdA also said it is “highly confident” that the film will earn more than $500 million.
“In 2017, the total worldwide gross of all cinema was $9.9 billion, but in 2019 it’s projected to be $12.2 billion,” Capris said.
The biggest films in 2019 will include “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
2″ and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”.
“There is a great opportunity to do something huge, but that’s not what I am looking for,” Caprice said.
“[I want] something that is bigger than cinema.”
The film is expected to make about $1.5 billion in ticket sales in 2019, but it will have to raise $200 million in funding to do that.
“We are trying to find the right partners, to find people who can help us make it happen,” Capric said.
CAPRI: “I want something that’s bigger than cinemas.”
CAPRI, who also founded and ran the world-famous Berlin Film Festival, said that the event has grown from a small group of local film enthusiasts to a global festival.
“I have to say it’s really been amazing,” Caprie said.
Capri added that the EFDAAA will be putting up money for “the production of some of the film’s extras”, and said that he would be looking to find a director for “The Final Frontier”.
The film has been cast in a number of different roles, including a young couple who go camping on a beach to watch a film on the big screen, and a man who “has been in the jungle with his dog for months”.
The EDFAA also said the film could be used to help promote tourism in Africa, and said it has “a plan to invest in an African theme park and a park in South Africa” to create an “ecosystem of festivals and festivals-like-this”.
CAPRI said the festival has also raised money for a new facility to help distribute films.
“They’ve put up $300,000 in seed money and that will go towards creating the space and the equipment to allow them to distribute films and documentaries to the rest of the world.
They’re working on a lot of other projects,” CapRI said.
He added that he hopes the festival will “be a place that people can come and watch films”.
“It will be a festival that’s like a film festival in many ways, but there will be so much more to it than just a film,” Caprio said.
EFDAAAA’s CEO says the festival is ‘a place for film’ and will “provide audiences with a place to experience film” in 2019.
CAP RIE: “It has become a film-themed community event.”
“The biggest challenge has been finding the right film festivals that will work for this.”
The festival will be located in the town of Lillestrøm, near Copenhagen.
It will be “a place where people will come to experience the film-based community, and see how film-makers and their fans are making their work available to them,” the EfdAA said.
In 2018, the festival hosted the “Festival of the Nations” event, which was “an opportunity for filmmakers, cinematographers and producers from around the world to present their work to a wider audience.”
“This festival will enable the world community to experience and appreciate film in the same way that filmmakers, filmmakers, producers and audiences from around a hundred countries have always enjoyed it,” the festival said.
It also featured “The Hollywood Film Festival” which was a celebration of “the most exciting and creative film and television talent around”.
In 2019, the “Big Lebowsky” film festival will go on.
Capric told Business in Focus that the festival “will be the largest and best