Winding down Wednesday, the 41st Mip TV trade show left signs of further upturns in the international TV biz -- at least for select product and select product suppliers.
DreamWorks has renewed a free TV and basic pay TV output deal with veteran Latin American distribber Pedro Leda. Deal continues Buenos Aires-based Ledafilms' traditional 30-year-plus distrib…
BBC Worldwide will develop and publish PC console games -- on PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC -- based on its hit fiction series "Spooks," (renamed "MI5" Stateside) the first time a BBC drama has been…
Perfect blue skies over the Croisette lifted spirits on opening day at the Mip TV mart Monday -- although buyers and sellers held their enthusiasm in check when it came to business.
Globo is producing a one-hour doc special on the late, great Brazilian Formula One star Ayrton Senna to commemorate the tenth anniversary of his death.
This year's sober MipDoc underscored some challenging changes rocking the documentary biz and a feeding frenzy for current affairs programs.
Spain's March 14 general elections turned on the role of the media, particularly alleged attempts by government-controlled pubcaster RTVE to downplay Al Qaeda's connections to the Madrid train…
Just two weeks after commuter train bombings in Madrid left 202 people dead, a locally based group of cineastes has announced an omnibus docu as a response to the tragedy.
The wrangle between Miramax and Spain's Manga over the distribution of Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" in Spain rumbles on, following a Barcelona court's acceptance of Manga's civil law suit, lodged…
Making its world bow in commercial cinemas, Pedro Almodovar's "Bad Education" notched up a first weekend €1,180,000 ($1,456,120) over March 19-21 in Spain.
One week before Spain's general elections, director Vicente Aranda ("Mad Love," "Carmen") was considering exile. He feared reprisals for having shot a short in the anti-government docu "Hay Motivo"…