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Markets & Festivals
Following its takeover of the cable assets of Chum Television, Toronto-based broadcaster CTVglobemedia has given some of its top dogs meatier titles and thicker portfolios.
It was a historic week for Korea. On Oct. 2, South Korean president Roh Moo-hyun walked across the 39th parallel to meet North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il, bearing gifts that included a 52-inch LCD…
South Africa's burgeoning pay TV market is facing a battle over set-top boxes, with incumbent MultiChoice fighting the federal regulator's plans to impose a one-size-fits-all box.
Ten years after its first humble appearance at the Pusan Intl. Film Festival that few might have even noticed, the European Film Promotion will now be filling new direct flight service from Munich to…
Winning the Palme d'Or is a career-changing experience for any filmmaker, but for Cristian Mungiu, whose "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" took this year's top honor at the Cannes Film Festival and is…
For French producers keen to crack the Asian market, Pusan is fast becoming a shop window sans pareil.
An enterprising Spanish region, Galicia, has created a risk capital film fund, targeting higher-budget films with home turf and international potential.
San Luis will hold its first international film festival Nov. 16-25, the latest effort to attract productions to the central province of Argentina.
Europe has a tradition of providing sanctuary to emigre helmers, banned in their East Bloc home countries and forced to ply their trade in exile in Paris, Berlin or London.
It's no wonder that every Hollywood studio is looking for its own Jason Bourne.