French TV animation gets strong support at home, making it the most robust of Europe's toon sectors. But tough competition overseas means it still has to innovate.
BRUSSELS -- European multiplex group Kinepolis has reported flat earnings from cinemagoers in the first half of this year.
BRUSSELS -- A campaign to save the legendary Cinecitta film studios in Rome has been launched by Europe's helmers.
BRUSSELS -- European Commission plans for an overhaul of music copyright structures have drawn fire from writers and performers.
BRUSSELS -- The Ghent Film Festival, host of the World Soundtrack Awards, has been saved from a 15% budget cut, which would have threatened its future.
BRUSSELS -- Fears that the Ghent Film Festival, which hosts the World Soundtrack Awards, will lose its funding from the Flemish government were confirmed over the weekend when reports recommending…
While the Netherlands and Luxembourg remain modest in their efforts to attract foreign film shoots, incentives are burgeoning in Belgium. Practical and financial aid for visiting crews continues to…
The acquisitions that made Studiocanal a giant also created one of the biggest film libraries in Europe.
BRUSSELS The Spanish film studio that hosted Bruce Willis-starrer "The Cold Light of Day," among other pics, will be forced to pay back €265 million ($345 million) in public subsidy after a European…
BRUSSELS -- The European Commission has proposed caps on how much public subsidy money can be used to tempt foreign film production to the region.
The Oscar nomination for "A Cat in Paris," a delicately drawn but noirish 2D cartoon produced by Folimage, is just the latest recognition for the thriving filmmaking scene in Gaul's Rhone-Alpes…