Hailed as a historic decision, France's parliament has greenlit new 20% tax rebates for U.S. and other foreign shoots in France.
Markets & Festivals
The Rome Film Festival is being hit by a draconian funding slash set to shrink its formerly robust $24 million budget to a maximum of $15 million, in a move that rekindles questions about the future…
Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire" heads the field with six noms for the London Film Critics' Circle Awards, which take place Feb. 4 at London's Grosvenor House Hotel as a fund-raiser for the…
Former Mosaic topper Allen Shapiro and One Equity Partners have bought the TV Guide Network from Macrovision for about $255 million.
Media regulator Ofcom has tapped economist Colette Bowe as its new chair, replacing David Currie.
At a time when the first African-American president is about to take office, a new report is zeroing in on an irony of the historic moment given what the researchers call a "serious shortage of…
Gold Circle Films has acquired "Naked," a comic script about an insurance salesman who vows to run from Santa Monica to Studio City to prove himself to his wife and save their failing marriage.
New Regency has snapped up Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett's original pitch "The Family Hitchcock," which they will write, direct and produce.
"Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?" producer Zoo Prods. has expanded its team, naming two new veepees.
Adam Shankman is taking to the high notes and to the high seas for his next two helming projects.
Fox has tapped advertising sales firm WorldLink to handle its new Saturday morning infomercial block.
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