Sonar Entertainment and Ecosse Films are to develop and produce "Quatermain," based on the popular classic story by Victorian-era author H. Rider Haggard.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts announced Wednesday that the 2013 British Academy Film Awards will take place on Feb. 10 at London's Royal Opera House.
On the eve of the NATPE content mart, Venezuela's Cisneros Group and state broadcaster China Central Television have pacted to exchange documentaries to increase mutual awareness and understanding of…
Pan European broadcaster Pro-SiebenSat.1 Group has signed a multi-year license agreement with Warner Bros. Intl. Television Distribution for exclusive free TV rights to upcoming WB pics and library…
The Irish Film and Television Academy and the John Ford Estate are setting up the John Ford Ireland Symposium, an annual event celebrating the life and work of the iconic director and his continuing…
The Lythgoes return to the El Portal Theater with their take on another traditional fairytale in "A Snow White Christmas"
Andy Serkis will receive Variety's Tech Pioneer Award at the Whistler Film Festival on Dec. 1.
FremantleMedia has upped Emma Turner to senior executive producer of worldwide drama.
Russian broadcaster Channel One has signed a deal for 10 episodes of a local adaptation of Eyeworks' "Who Wants to Marry My Son?" to be produced by Red Square.
Discovery Networks Intl. added exec VP stripes for chief financial officer Doug Baker and named John Honeycutt exec VP-chief operating officer on Thursday.
With the passing of Monday's deadline, the race for the foreign-language film Oscar is shaping up with some 59 entries announced, including a first for New Zealand.