A film law designed to do away with decades of subsidies to local movies that bombed at the box office has received the final government greenlight.
Nine people were arrested when police and Trading Standards officials smashed a massive organized crime piracy syndicate in the U.K. last week.
CBC Intl. Sales, the distribution arm of Canuck pubcaster CBC, has acquired global TV rights, excluding the U.S., to Cirque du Soleil TV special "La Nouba."
The producers behind the successful "Mary, the Mother of God's Son" will make "The Apostles" as part of a plan to release one religion-themed pic a year.
British vet thesp Peter Ustinov received a lifetime achievement award on Friday from the German state of Bavaria.
Fox has rolled to one of the most commanding Sunday primetime victories of the season behind its Carolina-Philadelphia NFL conference championship game, according to preliminary nationals from…
"Sensing Murder," Nordisk Film's paranormal TV format where clairvoyants help cops solve murders, has been licensed to Network Ten in Australia.
National pubcaster ZDF has paid 37 million euros ($46 million) for a film package from the insolvent Kirch Media that includes Hollywood blockbusters like "The Bourne Identity," "Mission: Impossible"…
After 2003's trend-bucking results of some $40 million at the B.O. gave the sector something to smile about, the third installment of "Lord of the Rings" is outpacing the other two films in the…
Frances McDormand, who co-stars in Berlinale competition screener "Something's Gotta Give," is heading the international jury of this year's Berlin Intl. Film Festival.