The Abu Dhabi Film Commission's Circle Conference will bring together 40 industry leaders to address the business and creative elements of making film and TV content for world audiences.
Fox Intl. Prods. is set to produce and distribute its first Chinese-language pic, romantic comedy "Hot Summer Days," in collaboration with Star Television Asia and China's Huayi Bros. Media.
The new Emirates Natural History Unit will make a wildlife TV series and a feature film about the Arab region for local and global auds, backed by the Abu Dhabi Film Commission.
The British Board of Film Classification has banned the DVD release of Japanese helmer-scribe Koji Shiraishi's "Gurotesuku" (Grotesque) for what it called violence so extreme that it was…
Cash-strapped British pubcaster Channel 4 has launched the first themed commercial break -- the Orange Movie Zone.
Commercial broadcast TV viewing had a record first half in the U.K., according to the Broadcasters' Audience Research Board.
The trial of Hollywood producers Gerald and Patricia Green, charged with bribing Thai officials to obtain contracts worth more than $14 million to manage the Bangkok Film Festival, begins in a Los…
French producers' org the Assn. des Producteurs de Cinema (APC) is creating a body to help foreign companies tap the new Gallic tax rebate for film shoots.
Industry veteran David L. Simon, who has held senior executive positions at DreamWorks Animation, Fox Television Station Group and Disney among others, has joined the advisory board of Israeli…
Discovery Communications will bow its first stage show this month.
Fox Channels Italy is launching Fox Retro on Sky Italia. Move brings its offerings to 13 channels on the pay TV platform, making it the leading channel provider in the local pay TV market.
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