BBC Films is developing a feature pic about the rivalry of long-distance runners Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett.
Fortissimo Films, the Hong Kong and Dutch-based sales, finance and production entity, has closed a number of significant deals in the market.
If foot traffic at the EFM this year is anything to go by, the industry's sales blues seem to be lifting a bit.
Brit production powerhouse Working Title is launching a dedicated TV shingle. The banner, dubbed Working Title Television, marks the company's first concerted foray into smallscreen production.
Iranian helmer Jafar Panahi has been denied permission by Iranian authorities to travel to Berlin.
The Doha Tribeca Film Festival is expanding in size and scope in its second year.
Brit helmer Mike Newell is attached to write and direct an untitled feature about the mysterious death of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko.
Stuart Ford's IM Global is enjoying a bumper market, with the international sales company virtually selling out the Strause brothers' "Skyline" and James Wan's "Insidious."
Fox International Productions is developing a Japanese-language version of its own library title "An Affair to Remember."
Stewart Till's Icon Entertainment Intl. has scored a slew of sales for Mel Gibson's "How I Spent My Summer Vacation."
Domestic Film DAILY
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Non-Stop1Daily:$1.7M Cumulative:$35.1M Universal Pictures -34.92%
Son of God
Son of God2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$30.1M Fox -29.51%
The LEGO Movie
The LEGO Movie3Daily:$974,415 Cumulative:$212.9M Warner Brothers -37.02%