A pair of Gallic helmers are prepping pics: Jean-Luc Godard will start shooting his next film, "Notre Musique" (Our Music), in Sarajevo in April, production sources told Daily Variety on Friday…
France's Lagardere Group posted a better than expected 5.6% hike in media revs to 8 billion euros ($8.73 billion) in 2002, sparking a glimmer of hope about the depressed global ad market.
Billionaire producer Haim Saban has again said he is determined to buy bankrupt TV giant Kirch Media's lucrative assets, including broadcasting group ProSiebenSat 1 and its vast film library, even…
German film fund and production outfit Cinerenta has upped chief operating officer Marco Mehlitz to co-CEO and managing director.
Jose Roberto Maluf has ankled as prexy of No. 2 broadcaster Sistema Brasileiro de Televisao (SBT) as part of a major restructuring.
Mexicans happily joined the honeymoon from hell in "Just Married" over the weekend while the Japanese were enthralled by "Red Dragon," kids in France and Sweden embraced "Jungle Book 2," and…
Brazil's leading cabler Net Servicos has tapped Francisco Tosta Valim Filho as CEO, fueling speculation of a pending sale.
Wolfgang Becker's East German comedy-drama, "Good Bye, Lenin!" became the first Teutonic title to screen at the Berlin Intl. Film Festival on Sunday after a slew of strong Hollywood highlights…
Bavaria Film Int'l is showing a distinct taste for Latin fare at the Berlin Int'l Film Festival's European Market. Company has picked up international rights to Santiago Loza's "Extrano," a Tiger…
Danish director Lone Scherfig's first English-lingo feature, "Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself," showing out of competition at the Berlinale, has been licensed to Italy (Ladyfilm), Russia (Combridge) and…