Franco-German cultural web Arte has picked up controversial miniseries "The Kennedys."
While audiences worldwide were transfixed by the British royal wedding last month, in Blighty another marriage also drew a sizable crowd.
Country courts international co-productions with coin.
Government offers more coin for local filmmakers and loosens some of the restrictions to promote innovations.
Zentropa Ent., which is led by Danish iconoclasts Lars von Trier and Peter Aalbaek Jensen, is mounting its first historical drama, "A Royal Affair."
The weather forecast for London on Friday may upend months of planning on the part of some 8,000 journos and industryites who are expected to report for royal wedding coverage duty.
Egyptian-born businessman Mohamed Al Fayed, the former owner of Harrods, has revealed that he is considering making an offer for the Pinewood Shepperton group.
Controversial miniseries "The Kennedys" is in the running for kudos at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.
Pinewood Shepperton has been approached by a mystery suitor, which may make a bid for the studios group.
Prince William and Kate Middleton both admit to pre-wedding jitters; they're not the only ones.
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