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The Doha Film Institute has secured the Middle East premiere of Oscar-nommed Palestinian director Hany Abu-Assad's buzz title "The Idol" as the opener of the third edition of its Ajyal Youth Film…
LONDON — Danny Cohen, the BBC’s director of television, is to leave the U.K. broadcaster. He will leave the network at the end of November. Mark Linsey, controller of entertainment commissioning…
PARIS– Starz Digital and Starz Worldwide Distribution have inked a multi-year output deal with C More Entertainment, a leading Pay TV service in the Nordics. The pact gives C More access to exclusive…
PARIS– AMC Networks International has closed a pact with Orange, France’s leading telco group, to launch Sundance Channel Global on Orange Cinema Series. The deal will allow Sundance Channel to…
Limbs are twisted, bones are shattered, necks are snapped and coincidences are brandished with breakneck abandon throughout "SPL 2 — A Time for Consequences."
"Truman," Spanish filmmaker Cesc Gay's wise, wistful and well-observed film about two friends enjoying a final reunion in the shadow of impending death, is by turns amusing and affecting.
The Thai government has banned the release of "Arbat," a locally-made horror film that was set to have released later this week.
Comedy, "Goodbye Mr. Loser" overtook the fast-slowing juggernaut, "Lost in Hong Kong" at the Chinese box office, while "Inside Out" disappointed.
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