U.K. exhibs must have drunk a magic potion last year as the number of 3D screens shot up from 70 to 450.
As distribs, sales execs and producers head for Cannes, along with their passports and business cards, they'll be packing a certain amount of anxiety.
Swedish shingle Yellow Bird has greenlit a TV adaptation of Henning Mankell's thriller "The Man From Beijing," which will be produced by its German subsidiary.
Blighty's first televised debate between the leaders of the main political parties nabbed a 37% audience share Thursday evening.
British documakers, like those in other territories, face a dilemma: How to satisfy the demands of local broadcasters and make a program that can sell abroad.
As ad revenues have dropped on free-to-air channels around the world, the number of hours devoted to drama have been cut. However, not all types of drama have suffered equally.
U.K. distrib Optimum Releasing, which is owned by pan-European film group StudioCanal, announced Thursday that it had acquired nine pics covering a wide variety of genres and styles.
Icon has inked an exclusive first-look deal with thesp-scribe-helmer-producer Noel Clarke.
U.K. film group Icon, which is owned by Len Blavatnik's U.S.-based company Access Industries, has inked an exclusive first-look deal with thesp-scribe-helmer-producer Noel Clarke, winner of the 2009…
The U.K. Film Council has launched a £15 million ($23 million) annual fund to help kickstart local pics, as part of a new three-year plan.
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media