LONDON — Comedy movies tend to be taken less seriously than their dramatic counterparts when it comes to awards recognition, apart from at the Golden Globes. Now the European Film Academy is looking…
There is finally good news on the vfx front in Blighty as Double Negative announces the launch of a TV division.
LONDON — Amazon Studios has released the first wave of pilots for its original comedy and children's skeins to let Amazon users help pick which will be ordered to series. The eight adult comedy…
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LONDON — The U.K.’s Pinewood Shepperton is the latest company to tap into the rapidly growing Chinese market, setting up a 50-50 joint venture with Chinese entrepreneur Bruno Wu’s Seven Stars Media…
Audiences around the world will be able to see London's West End legit productions at movie theaters after event cinema producer and distrib CinemaLive struck a deal with Blighty's Digital Theater.
The business of alternative programming in theaters, or event cinema, has long been hampered by a lack of data. That's about to change next week, when the Event Cinema Assn. and IHS Screen Digest…
Fest chief creative officer Geoff Gilmore announced today that Tribeca Film, the distrib label of Tribeca Enterprises, will launch in the U.K. on April 16, offering six fest films on VOD.
With new U.K. tax relief for high-end TV and animation approved by the European Commission last week, London mayor Boris Johnson has announced $3 million in new investment in film and media agency…
LONDON — The first 3D Creative Summit here covered a wide variety of topics in two days, but recurring concerns included a lack of consistent marketing and the discomfort of 3D glasses. Many argued…
By Robert Mitchell LONDON The film and television industries need to learn a new language to fully release the potential of 3D technology and engage with the audience. This was a key argument…
Higher Frame Rate technology was a key discussion point and frequent whipping boy at the first international 3D Creative Summit in London this week.