Italian thesps who have transcended the Bel Paese are few and far between, but this looks set to change as a growing number of the thirtysomething generation clinch parts -- big and small -- in…
Dutch producer Volkert Struycken has joined forces with compatriot mini media conglom Hunter Media to create film finance vehicle EFP European Film Partners.
The Rotterdam Film Festival announced Wednesday that its director Sandra den Hamer has resigned to head up the Filmmuseum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands' respected cinematography collection.
The 25th Brussels Festival of Fantasy Film has awarded South Korean director Bong Joon-Ho's monster movie "The Host" its top prize, the Golden Raven.
John de Mol's Talpa Media is close to signing a deal to roll the content of its ailing free-to-air net Tien into the channels of Dutch commercial broadcaster RTL, Dutch daily Algemeen Dagblad…
Dutch entertainment impresario Joop van den Ende is to hand day-to-day control of his international theater empire, Stage Entertainment, to compatriot Henk Kivits
Chris Noonan's literary biopic "Miss Potter" may be set in London and Britain's beautiful Lake District, but 50% of the principal photography took place on the tiny, self-governing Isle of Man, just…
The European Union isn't done with iTunes yet. Though Apple's deal with EMI on Monday to allow DRM-free downloads seemingly ends the complaints of some European governments and consumers groups that…
ITV and sports outfit Setanta said Friday they had won the television rights to Blighty's oldest soccer tournament, the FA Cup, and England's home matches, trouncing current holders the BBC and BSkyB…
Dutch interactive media company 2waytraffic, which hit the headlines last year following its acquisition of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," has announced a 533% hike in revenue for 2006.
U.K. studio group Pinewood Shepperton has announced revenues up 22% to £40.7 million ($80 million) for 2006. Net profit, which fell 91% to $730,000 in 2005 as uncertainty over U.K. tax incentives hit…