Mary Aloe and Aloe Entertainment Announce The Exchange Joins EFM’16 with ‘Tiger’

February 5, 2016 11:09 AM MST/ Examiner.com Brian O’Shea, the CEO of The Exchange, has announced the company will be selling the worldwide rights for “Tiger.” EFM stands for European Film Market and it’s part of the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. The Exchange is a leading international sales and fiance company that is committed to creating strong relationships…

Mary Aloe on the Prequel and the Sequel: an Aloe Entertainment Blog

Mary Aloe stepped into the development room at Aloe Entertainment asking, “Prequel or sequel, which are top grossing?” One of the Aloe Entertainment team piped up, “JURASSIC WORLD, sequel.” “Not yet,” Mary Aloe replied, “still FURIOUS 7. How about prequel?” Another Aloe Entertainment development team member jumps in, “SKYFALL…no, wait that’s a sequel of a re-boot or a remake.” “It’s STAR WARS 1 – PHANTOM…

The Aloe Entertainment Team and Mary Aloe Look Back at Independent Film Award Winning

Having recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, the Independent Spirit Awards for independent film-making outside the studio system, is more and more an indication of what the next award might be. Mary Aloe pointed that out to her team at Aloe Entertainment over a talk about financing an independent film vs. the big budget studio film. “They used to say, win on Saturday and lose on…

Mary Aloe on the Hispanic Audience and Aloe Entertainment

Mary Aloe was recently discussing how Hollywood has had a brown out (pun intended) in producing and marketing for the Hispanic audience. She told her team at Aloe Entertainment, “Whether using Latino actors, writers, directors, or producers or bringing Hispanic stories to the screen, both big and small, the Latin community has been undeserved.”   Recent research from the Nielsen…

The OSCAR and the INDIE Film by Mary Aloe and the Aloe Entertainment Team

The Indie Film (Independent/non-studio produced motion picture) has become the dominant force in Oscar wins over the last decade. The 87th Oscar winners included “Birdman,” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” (each winning four), with “Boyhood” scoring the supporting actress win and “Whiplash” garnering three wins. Looking at stats from the Independent Film and Television Alliance,…