Shari Redstone's Russian exhib Rising Star Media is opening a new digital Imax screen in Moscow and upgrading a St. Petersburg location with an Imax digital projection system.
The 23rd European Film Awards will launch the production designer and editor award categories at the next ceremony in Tallinn, Estonia, on Dec. 4.
BBC Worldwide has sold more than 60 hours of programming to TBS Latin America, including 25 hours in HD, the first sale of high def programming to the cable giant.
Sony Pictures Television has acquired the Video Game Awards 2009 for its Animax channels in Asia, Central Europe, Latin America, Africa, Spain and Portugal.
Big Bird and his pals are winging their way to Nigeria.
Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet," about a French-Arab thug's education behind bars, won the inaugural award for best film at the 53rd London Film Festival on Wednesday evening.
Hollywood's Raleigh Studios will open a state-of-the-art facility less than 20 minutes from downtown Budapest, Hungary, in April.
Argentinean broadcaster Telefe has commissioned a primetime run of Jerry Seinfeld's "The Marriage Ref," which will be locally produced by Endemol Argentina and Telefe.
Havana Marking's documentary "Afghan Star" is the British Academy of Film and Television Arts' surprise choice to represent the U.K. in Oscar's foreign-language film race.
Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami will be prexy of the jury for Morocco's ninth Marrakech Film Festival.
Prague's Barrandov Studios is moving into international TV production for the first time, acquiring the rights to the "Station Quartet" books by British author David Downing.
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