European Film Promotion has launched a screening series designed to take local box office hits from EFP's 28 member countries to a wider European audience.
The European Parliament approved on Tuesday the latest edition of the Media aid program in the penultimate vote by an EU institution before it becomes law.
Following the launch of its broadband triple-play package last week, telco giant Deutsche Telekom is looking to sell films and series as part of a planned download-to-own service.
With the backing of a Munich court, media mogul Herbert Kloiber has again secured top league Austrian soccer from Premiere and stopped Austrian pubcaster ORF from broadcasting the matches.
"The Queen," "The Last King of Scotland" and "This Is England" lead Blighty's indie noms. Stephen Frears' royal drama "The Queen" was nominated for seven British Independent Film Awards on Wednesday…
Targeting the Hollywood majors, Spanish exhibitors federation FECE has petitioned Spain's government to cap distributors' rentals at 48% of total B.O. and to regulate release windows, limiting their…
John Cameron Mitchell's "Shortbus," Michel Gondry's "The Science of Sleep" and Julia Loktev's "Day Night Day Night" are among 20 films screening in competition at this year's Stockholm Intl. Film…
Tartan Films has picked up U.K. rights to Nick Broomfield's "Ghosts," which had its British premiere Wednesday at the London Film Festival.
Producer, distrib and exhibitor Tokyo Theaters is developing its first Japan-China co-production with Shanghai Film Studio.
"Beowulf" isn't just being shot in 3-D; it's going to be projected in 3-D at more than 1,000 theaters when released in November '07.
The CW is developing "Jumper," an hourlong drama from from scribe Daniel Noah about a young male FBI agent who jumps into the body of someone who's about to be murdered.