The Isle of Man has unveiled a £25 million ($35 million) media development fund to attract big-budget films to shoot on the island.
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The phantom strike by British film actors is over. Equity, the actors' union, voted Monday to agree a new two-year film contract with producers, replacing the old deal which expired last December.
Danish helmer Nicolas Winding Refn ("Pusher") has started shooting his first English-language movie, "Fear X," with John Turturro in the lead role.
D-day in the labor dispute between British film producers and actors has been postponed until March 11.
U.K. actors union Equity is close to agreeing to a new film contract with British producers.
Producer Jeremy Thomas and his sales company HanWay have stepped in to rescue "Cromwell and Fairfax," the $21 million historical drama that collapsed three weeks into production.
Warner Bros. has pre-bought U.K. rights to David McKenzie's "Young Adam," starring Ewan McGregor.
Andreas Whittam Smith is stepping down as president of the British Board of Film Classification after nearly five years in the job.
Don't leave town when you're hot. It's a golden rule of Hollywood, and Tony To has broken it. The "Band of Brothers" co-exec producer -- a clumsy title that masks his linchpin role in the $125…