Big Screen Entertainment Group (PINKSHEETS: BSEG) is a media conglomerate with divisions in film, television, music and video games. BSEG's films have premiered at the world's most prestigious independent film festivals, played at the country's largest theatrical chains and can be found in America's top retail outlets. In addition BSEG, under its distribution banner with Warner Music Group/WEA, distributes its film library directly to buyers internationally and domestically.
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Mar. 31, 2013 - Full Year Report
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Jun. 30, 2012 - Quarterly Report
Mar. 31, 2012 - Annual Report
Big Screen has participated in many film and entertainment markets internationally. Check out the a few of the many festivals and markets we have been involved in below.
|Cannes Film Market||Cannes, France|
|Weekend of Fear||Nuremberg, Germany|
|American Film Market||Santa Monica, California|
|Sundance Film Festival||Multiple locations Utah|
|Fantasporto Film Festival||Porto, Portugal|
|Sitges Film Festival||Sitges, Spain|
|Malaga International Film Festival||Malaga, Spain|
|Edmonton International Film Festival||Edmonton, Canada|
|Fantasia Film Festival||Montreal, Canada|
|Bloody Disgusting Horror Fest||Chicago, Illinois|
|Nashville Film Festival||Nashville, TN|
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