Viacom's MTV has finished lensing the latest installment of pioneer reality skein "The Real World," which will take place in a chateau on the outskirts of Paris.
Gallic TV watchdog topper Dominique Baudis is defending himself from a sexual smear campaign that he claims is orchestrated by the porn industry in its attempts to discredit his crusade to clean up…
Perhaps tired of being bashed by American cable news, France has decided to back an all-news web of its own.
U.K. producer RDF Media was awarded the prestigious Golden Rose for its reality format "Faking It" at an awards ceremony held Saturday night in Montreux.
Lions Gate Entertainment has taken North American rights to all four of the newest pics from Spain's Fantastic Factory, the horror label of Barcelona-based mini-major Filmax.
Italian producer Aurelio De Laurentiis has sealed the first foreign sale of his $70 million retro sci-fi movie "World of Tomorrow," with Gaga Communications reportedly paying north of $10 million for…
Don't fear Hollywood. While the U.S. government is negotiating free trade pacts with various countries, it is not striving to abolish local TV quotas or film subsidies, Jack Valenti told Variety.
Stellan Skarsgard, Jacqueline McKenzie and Rachel Blake are attached to star in "Sisters," a thriller that will mark the helming debut of prolific Australian playwright-screenwriter Stephen Sewell.
In the French producer/distributor's most ambitious project to date, Samuel Hadida and the U.K. media company Wandering Star are developing the $55 million "Solomon Kane," an action blockbuster…
Miramax is laying the financial groundwork for a significant increase in the production of tentpole pictures. Company's shift in strategy could potentially put the company in further conflict with…
MGM is taking a plunge down the rabbit hole with "Living Neon Dreams," a contempo "Alice in Wonderland" tale from 22-year-old American writer-director Jeremy Tarr.