Parallax Pictures, the film-making co-operative best known for producing Ken Loach's movies, is splitting up.
Francesca Joseph's debut movie, "Tomorrow La Scala!" has been selected for the Un Certain Regard sidebar of next month's Cannes Film Festival, boosting the already heavy Brit presence on the…
Stewart Till's Signpost Films has appointed Nina Sadowsky president of production, based in Los Angeles.
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
After the April 16 firing of Pierre Lescure, the people of Paris hijacked the airwaves, staged street protests and took out newspaper ads decrying the axing. Meanwhile, the rest of the world just…
Claude Lelouch's "And Now, Ladies and Gentlemen" will close this year's Cannes Film Festival on May 26.
The U.K. government plans to stop TV companies from exploiting tax breaks intended to support British filmmaking.
On the back of Teuton giant Kirch's collapse comes more bad news for the Hollywood majors: British satcaster BSkyB is planning to cut back on its pay TV output deals with the major studios.
Battle lines are being drawn between French pay TV service Canal Plus and parent company Vivendi Universal as the April 24 Vivendi U shareholders meeting in Paris draws closer.
ITV Digital, the U.K.'s terrestrial pay-TV platform, will stay in business for at least one more week, its administrators pledged today to London's High Court.
Iain Softley is set to direct "Shanghai," an epic WWII drama scripted by Hossein Amini, for Miramax Films.
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