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Markets & Festivals
It's no wonder that every Hollywood studio is looking for its own Jason Bourne.
There was a time when advertising executives at major content markets like Mipcom were few and far between.
It is not uncommon in wealthy Asian countries such as Japan and Hong Kong to see perfectly functional TV sets left out in the street for the garbage collectors to pick up -- their faddy, tech-savvy…
The Flanders Film Fest has finalized its program of more than 200 features, shorts and docs. Fest unspools Tuesday through Oct. 20 in the Belgian city of Ghent, with Kathleen Turner heading the jury.
A rural housewife and a middle-class city-dwelling homemaker swap places and live in each other's houses for a fortnight. So far, so familiar -- this is "Wife Swap," right?
The ninth Rio Intl. Film Fest wrapped Oct. 4 with Marcos Jorge's "Estomago -- A Gastronomic Story," an acid comedy about a poor immigrant cook in Sao Paulo, nabbing Redeemer kudos for director, actor…
Argentina's biggest media conglom Grupo Clarin is preparing to go public. The Buenos Aires Stock Exchange has approved its initial public offering and now Clarin is seeking the go-ahead from the…
To get an idea of what the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games mean to China and Chinese broadcasting, it's useful to recall that the world's most populous nation has only been competing in the global event…
Germany has one of the biggest free TV markets in the world, but despite some 30 commercial rivals and plenty of U.S. fare on air, it's pubcasters ARD and ZDF that lead in the ratings, year after…
The increasing practice of creating TV versions of theatrical features from the outset of production recently led to a public row between one of Germany's most famous auteurs and its leading film…