European film funding body Eurimages handed out E3.2 million ($4.1 million) to 12 international co-productions at its latest session, held in Skopje, Macedonia.
Scandi-based Zodiak Television Group has increased its production capacity once again, with the acquisition of Finland's Broadcasters Group.
With an SEC fraud probe hanging over it, beleaguered Mexican broadcaster TV Azteca will hold an emergency stockholders meeting on June 1 to mull delisting from the New York Stock Exchange as Ricardo…
Italo media mogul and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi won a surprise victory Tuesday when the European Union's top court said EU law could not overrule an Italian law that critics say was tailormade…
Chinese viewers will be seeing more of Viacom's MTV Networks and Nickelodeon, thanks to new agreements with major players in China.
South Korean helmer Hong Sang-soo's "Conte de cinema" was added to the Cannes Film Festival's competition on Tuesday, making it the 26th in the lineup. It's the helmer's second competition pic in as…
With "Everybody Loves Raymond" picking up steam two weeks from its series finale, CBS racked up its strongest Monday with entertainment programming since January, winning the night in all key…
First-time directors Jose Corbacho and Juan Cruz's bittersweet, slice-of-life "Tapas" took home best film honors at the eighth Malaga Spanish Film Festival, a showcase for made-in-Spain cinema which…
Imax Corp. shares jumped more than 10% to $8.60 on the Nasdaq on Monday after it said its giant-screen theaters would carry the next "Harry Potter" film and its topper said it would "make sense" to…
Filmmaker-entrepreneur brothers Matt and David Cooper, already owners of several post-production facilities in Hollywood, have bought the Post Group.
MTV Films has tapped Los Angeles-based Argentine director Gabriela Tagliavini ("Ladies' Night") to helm "Rumble." The $3 million pic is about four female high school volleyball players from well-off…