Imagina Media Audiovisual, one of Spain's biggest film and TV holdings, has launched an international sales company. Imagina Intl. Sales will make its market debut at NATPE in Las Vegas.
The Berlinale's World Cinema Fund will provide coin for the distribution of two films, Kurdish director Hiner Saleem's "Dol" and Iranian helmer Rafi Pitts' "Zemestan" (It's Winter)
European entertainment giant Endemol, maker of "Big Brother" and "Deal or No Deal," has inked a deal to buy back Endemol France from Spanish parent group Telefonica for up to E450 million ($570…
New bows "House," "Grey's Anatomy" and "The Closer" wowed Spanish critics. And startup webs Cuatro and La Sexta bought swathes of newer Yank series last year. But the U.S. still has a long way to go…
New chart rules in the U.K., including the sale of download-only tracks, are forcing retailers to compile their own lists of the country's most popular songs.
Long-stalled negotiations between CBS and the Writers Guild of America stayed at an impasse Monday with no new talks scheduled.
The New York Philharmonic will present a semi-staged production of "My Fair Lady" for four performances in March. Rob Fisher, the veteran conductor of the Encores! series, conducts.
The crazy Kazakh joins the roster of Oscar hopefuls on disc over the next few months -- pranks intact. "Borat" will debut on DVD March 6 without any changes to the bigscreen version, as lawsuits…
As if the Japanese-side re-creation of the battle of Iwo Jima was not impressive enough on its own, the Academy may use this year's ceremony to honor the final screen credit of Clint Eastwood's…
In "Children of Men's" opening scene, Clive Owen orders a cup of coffee and steps out into a smoggy, smoldering version of London, circa 2027. Time has not been kind to the British city. As Owen…
Fairy tales in cinema have always excelled at two things: enchanting audiences and scaring the pants off them. "Pan's Labyrinth," a violent fantasy set in postwar fascist Spain, definitely belongs to…