Mockingbird Pictures' "Nine Lives" has tapped Conquistador Entertainment as the exclusive international sales agent on the drama.
In an ironic twist on the usual piracy tale from China, the country's film copyright body has asked American law-enforcement officials to probe the illegal availability of some 150 Chinese films on…
Chris Blackwell's Palm Pictures has picked up North American and Caribbean rights to Argentine helmer Pablo Trapero's road drama "Rolling Family."
A pair of groundbreaking video-on-demand deals announced Monday by CBS and NBC Universal promise to shake up the old network business model, giving broadcasters a long-desired second revenue stream…
Billing itself as "the antistudio," Lions Gate has methodically built a business by exploiting such niches as horror, teen comedies and urban-artsy pics as well as cable TV dramas like "The Dead…
The U.K.'s biggest private terrestrial broadcaster, ITV, is poised to win the auction for one of Blighty's most popular Web sites, Friends Reunited.
The WB is giving two of its frosh skeins a vote of confidence, ordering additional episodes of "Related" and "Twins."
Dimension has set Radha Mitchell, Michael Vartan and Sam Worthington to star in "Rogue," a thriller written and directed by "Wolf Creek" helmer Greg McLean.
French sales house Celluloid Dreams has enjoyed strong pre-sales on its expanding English-lingo slate. "We have been able to fully finance Todd Haynes' film entirely from foreign.
The Weinstein Co. continued its Asian crusade at AFM on Monday. It is in advanced talks to acquire North American rights to "Infernal Affairs" parts two and three, and Chinese-language library titles…
The Latin Grammys change of language and network has given the flagging awards show a big shot in the arm.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- Oscar-Winner Casey Affleck Calls Denzel Washington ‘One of the First People Who Taught Me How to Act’
- Epic Oscars Mistake: Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty Announce Wrong Best Picture Winner
- ‘La La Land’ Makes Damien Chazelle Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History