Despite the org's award, honoree John Logan is wilder about another Irish playwright
LONDON -- TrustNordisk has inked several distribution deals for Nikolaj Arcel's "A Royal Affair," which world preems Thursday in competish at the Berlin Film Festival.
LONDON -- Germany's NFP and the U.K.'s Metrodome have picked up distribution rights to Tarantino-esque action-comedy "Jackpot" at the European Film Market, where Magnus Martens' film made its market…
The Jan. 11 death of Gilles Jacquier, reporter for Gaul's France 2 channel, underscores the dangers faced by journalists in areas of political unrest -- and in particular the unique perils to those…
LONDON -- News Corp.'s Fox Intl. Channels has acquired Finnish free-to-air family entertainment channel Suomi TV, as part of its drive to expand in the Nordic region.
LONDON -- French television journalist Gilles Jacquier was killed Wednesday in the city of Homs, Syria. He is the first Western journalist to be killed in the country since protests began 10 months…
FremantleMedia is shuffling its exec pack, moving worldwide entertainment prexy Rob Clark to the newly created role of director of global entertainment development and giving his old title to acting…
Saudi billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal, News Corp.'s second largest shareholder after the Murdochs, has picked Bahrain as the base for his new Arabic news channel, Alarab.